Tempting Sweet Trees for Your Reception

Got a bit of a sweet tooth? Why not serve a scrumptious sweet tree at your wedding reception!

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For a reception decoration that is both pretty to look at and amazing to eat, a sweet tree makes a wonderful wedding centrepiece idea! Sweet trees can be decorated with all your favourite things and are guaranteed to go down a treat with your guests.

From love hearts to Ferrero Rocher, we challenge you not to feel hungry when you see our pick of the best sweet trees!

What is a Sweet Tree?

We spoke to Rachel Wolsey from Cuckooland to find out more about why these delicious delights are perfect for weddings (as if you need any convincing to involve chocolate!). ‘A sweet tree is to be shared, nibbled, devoured and admired,’ says Rachel. ‘It’s designed to look like a tree, but instead of leaves it’s covered in your favourite chocolate or sweets!’

If you have a dessert buffet at your reception then sweet trees are a perfect addition. They also make fantastic table centrepieces and are a great ice breaker for guests who won’t be able to resist getting stuck in!

Usually ranging from 20cm to 60cm in height, a sweet tree can be customised to suit your reception décor so that it becomes a fantastic decorative feature as well as an edible treat.

Centerpieces from Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Bride and Groom Sweet Tree

All of Cuckooland’s sweet trees are provided by Sweet Tree by Browns, who create bespoke designs for couples. We love their bride and groom sweet trees which would make the ultimate reception centrepieces!  They are made from Belgian chocolate, marshmallows and Ferrero Rocher then personalised with icing - how could you resist these beauties?

Bride and groom sweet trees from Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Dessert Table Centrepieces

Sweet trees could make a brilliant alternative to a wedding cake if you’re on a tight budget, or could be a great accompaniment to the dessert table to complement the cake if it’s the main feature.

We love these marshmallow and chocolate trees from Cuckooland, which are surrounded by bags of sweets that you could give to your guests as wedding favours! Like this idea? We have a further 101 amazing wedding favours here on hitched!

sweet tree table centrepieces from Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland 

Love Hearts

What could be more romantic than providing wedding guests with a sweet tree covered in Love Hearts! Feel like a lovesick teen again by picking a cute ‘I love you’ heart to give to your partner.

Love hearts sweet tree from Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns at Cuckooland

Flying Saucers

Relive your childhood with this retro sweet tree from Etsy that is covered in flying saucers - it’s perfect for vintage themed weddings! Check out our 50 vintage wedding ideas if you’re looking for more inspiration.

Vintage style flying saucer sweet tree from Etsy

Image Credit: SpoiltRottenSweets on Etsy

DIY Sweet Trees

If your budget is limited, why not put together your own sweet trees? Simply grab a jar and fill it with shop bought or handmade cake pops!

DIY sweet tree with cake pops in a jar

Ferrero Rocher

We love this Ferrero Rocher sweet tree from Etsy! Not only is this one of our all-time favourite festive chocolates, the gold wrapping is the perfect decoration to be displayed at a glamorous winter wedding.

Ferrero Rocher sweet trees from Etsy

Image Credit: SweetestGiftsUK on Etsy

Chocolate Truffle

For an indulgent treat, pop these chocolate truffle sweet trees from Not on the High Street on the tables for your guests to share. Chocolate lovers will be in heaven.

Sweet tree from Not on the High Street that is covered in chocolate truffles

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns on Not on the High Street

Chocolate Eggs

Planning a spring wedding? Then these chocolate egg covered trees from Not on the High Street would be ideal, especially if your special day is close to Easter. The multi-coloured eggs will make your tables look eye catching, that is if your guests can resist eating it for long enough!

Sweet tree covered in chocolate eggs from Not on the High Street

Image Credit: Sweet Trees by Browns on Not on the High Street

 

Feeling peckish yet? If you think bespoke sweet trees are a yummy idea then you may want to check out our 50 ways to personalise your wedding



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