Make a sweet centrepiece – 10 ways to feature chocolate in your wedding

They say that chocolate is a girl’s other best friend, but that doesn’t mean your wedding guests won’t also go crazy for the sweet treat everyone craves. Here are 10 ways to incorporate chocolate into your wedding nuptials.

Have a chocolate and lollie bar

If you’re thinking of featuring bomboniere at your wedding, why not make it the edible kind? The Candy Buffet Company provide a fantastic chocolate-laden service to wow your guests.

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Fantastically chocolate dessert

Your wedding reception and meal would be nothing without and dessert, and the most obvious way to get your chocolate fix is by making your last course and cocoa extravaganza.

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Edible wedding invitations

Anything from a small chocolate offering inside to a full-blown chocolate embroidered card, let your guests know your wedding will be a cocoa-filled affair or just give them a sweet snack by incorporating chocolate into your wedding invitations.

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Chocolate flowers

It might not be a good idea for a venue that gets some serious sunshine, but a hint of chocolate in your floral decorations might mean a few more or your guests stop to smell the roses. It also gives a fantastic excuse for your bridesmaids and groomsmen to help tidy up the reception.

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Chocolate-inspired décor

We’re talking a less in-your-face version of Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory. From the subtle to the extreme you can decorate your wedding with a smattering of chocolate related goodies. Majestic DIY offer vases and bottles that you can fill with your choice of

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Hors d’oeuvre chocolate theme

There’s no doubting the fact that a wedding is a long day, and that’s why many couples decide to offer their guests canapés or nibbles throughout the celebrations. You could spring for sweet chocolate offerings to tide their hunger and give them a treat.

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Chocolate cupcakes

A big wedding cake isn’t a must and Kate’s Cakes and Cookies specialises in creating awesome cupcake inspired displays for your wedding. Whip up a batch of chocolate infused offerings and have them as your centrepiece.

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Chocolate fountain

For any cocoa-crazy bride this is an absolute necessity, and is sure to get your friends and family talking. Try accessorising the melted goodness with tasty morsels like marshmallows, strawberries, and, for the truly chocolate-crazing, chocolate pieces or truffles.

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Hot Cocoa

For any wedding set in the cold depths of winter, you want to make sure your guests are warm and comfortable. If your theme is winter wonderland, but you don’t want your loved to become part of the décor, why not offer them a cup of hot cocoa?

Rich chocolate wedding cake

If we’ve learnt anything over the last few years, it’s that the traditional fruit-filled ivory wedding cake is on the decline and that more unique styles are coming to the fore. You too can buck the trend and opt for a chocolatey surprise.

Brenno’s Hotbake also offers gluten and dairy free versions of their wedding cakes and is sure to be able to produce even the most chocolate-centric wedding cake idea.

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