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Brides Say No to The Cake and Yes to Mini Desserts

Palate New Orleans, 8220 Willow St., 864-2990, PalateNewOrleans.com
Palate New Orleans, catering events big and small, is often at the forefront of new gastronomic trends, so it’s no surprise that they’re talking about a growing number of brides eschewing the traditional wedding (and maybe groom’s) cake for lots of mini desserts. Sometimes, old family recipes are incorporated to give meaning to each mouthful. At others, guests are being presented with the most delicious desserts imaginable as picked by the couple: Think Créme Brulée in a porcelain spoon and Dutch Chocolate Brownies topped with a Raspberry Marshmallow Kiss.

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