Posts tagged ‘cookies’

September 19, 2011

DIY Bartender: Cookies & Milk Bar

Ready to Raise the Bar for your wedding? Creating a Cookies & Milk Bar is very DIY-able and won’t break the bank.


Get a few of your friends and family together for a baking party. There’s nothing better than eating spoonfuls of cookie dough with your favorite girls. Below are our picks for some delicious cookie recipes!

[Tip: You can bake you cookies in advance and freeze them for 3-4 weeks. Let cookies completely cool before freezing. Wrap cookies individually in plastic wrap and store them in a ziploc freezer bag. The cookies will thaw in about 10-15 minutes at room temperature.]


A perfect solution for the working bride or the novice baker. Go to your local grocery store and load up on your fave cookies.

August 29, 2011

Raising the Bar

As you begin to plan your big day, you start to think of ways to keep your guests happy and entertained. Sure, the first thing that comes to mind is fabulous food, a rockin’ DJ and, of course, an open bar that keeps the liquor flowing. But what about a different type of a bar…an unexpected surprise that adds a little extra oomph to your big day? Here are some great ideas that will have your guests asking for more after the bar closes!

Retro Bar
Pay homage to your childhood memories with a retro soda and candy bar. While most venues provide a soft bar with your run of the mill Cokes and Sprites, think about having bottles of throwback sodas like Orange Crush or Jones Soda. And take it back to the 80s and 90s by stocking your candy bar with Lemonheads, Fun Dip and Good ‘n Plenty!

Katelyn James

Doughnut Bar
Who doesn’t love a breakfast midnight snack? Think of the opportunities you can have with a fun-filled doughnut bar! From sprinkles to powdered sugar, there are many ways to have these delicate delights be a part of your big day.

Tiny Water Photography

Cookies & Milk Bar
Cap off a long night of dancing with a cozy snack that will have everyone feeling warm and fuzzy inside. Set up a cookie bar with milk shots for your guests to indulge in at the end of the night.

Anneli Marinovich

S’mores Bar

Everyone loves a warm campfire and the gooey mix of chocolate and marshmallow. You don’t have to go to the woods to create a delicious s’mores bar. Great for any outdoor wedding, bring the campfire to you and let your guests have fun creating their own s’mores.

Assaf Friedman