Toss together your favorite sweet staples and make an outdoor s'mores bar at your nuptials
A fall wedding calls for special touches to celebrate the season. S'mores bars are trending across the wedding circuit, for their simplicity and charm. The interaction of this dessert station gives guests something to do during the reception, as they can chat it up while toasting marshmallows over the fire. Check out more great s'mores recipes at CraftFoxes, like the Apple Pie S'mores and Dark Chocolate S'mores Pie.
To avoid making the bride and groom smell like smoke, skip the campfire and order up a custom s'mores bar, like a chic outdoor toasting station made from sterno cans. Couples report that the entire setup costs less than $200.
Check out this wedding day s'mores bar featured at Design Waffle.
For a no-toast version of the wedding s'mores bar, try this marshmallow on a stick idea. The s'mores pops are easy to make, with marshmallows dipped in chocolate and then rolled in graham cracker crumbs.
Get the how-to at Gimme Some Oven.
For an extra special touch, send guests home with a wedding favor to fit the campfire theme: a take-home s'mores kit with chocolate, graham cracker and homemade marshmallows.
We love the DIY s'mores favors featured at the Ruffled blog.
Photos (from top): Ruffled, Design Waffle, Gimme Some Oven, Ruffled.