Fall Bounty Dessert Feast

Dessert feasts {or buffets, as they are popularly called} have been all the rage at weddings and events for years now. We love them as they’re organized and detailed, usually accompanied with sweet signage, matching containers and coordinated color palettes, but there’s something to be said for staging desserts loosely and abundantly in a way that looks as if the treats were plucked fresh from a boulangerie or market. We partnered up with our talented friends at Ravishing Radish Catering and Dennis Wise Photography recently to create some dreamy autumn styled shoots and fell in love with what the Radishes did with this decadent display.

Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co. Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co. Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co.

fall entertaining tips

…Focus on local bounty like fresh fruits, gourmet cheeses and caramelized nuts to incorporate

…Stage in a loose and carefree fashion but pay care to pairing like things {such as strawberries and cream} close together for easy serving

…Let your guests go to town with creating their own dessert plate

…Deconstruct your favorite classic dessert, like strawberry shortcake, and let guests build their own from scratch

…Don’t forget about goody bags so guests can take a sweet or two home
Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co.
Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co. Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co. Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co. Mini Fall Dessert Display || Valley & Co.

Photos: Dennis Wise Photography || Food: Ravishing Radish || Styling: Valley & Co.

Do you have a sweet tooth? What’s your favorite way to serve up fall sweets?

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