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Offbeat Dessert Vendor Recommendations

Hi ladies,
     I'm looking to do something a little different for our late night dessert buffet and I was wondering if any of you had any local recommendations?

I would like to do either gourmet popsicles or paletas, or gourmet donuts.

We are getting married at Langdon Hall in July and I think one of these would be a fun twist.

I already tried Dough by Rachelle but she was booked and Glory Hole Donuts said they weren't sure as they are trying to open a store right now.

Any recommendations for either item would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,
P.

Re: Offbeat Dessert Vendor Recommendations

  • JennLaxJennLax member
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    Tiny Tom's?  There's a link for special event catering on their website:

    http://tinytomdonuts.ca/

    I don't know if they're classified as "gourmet," but they're probably the most delicious thing I've ever eaten haha

    One post down there was a link to lollipops that were on a Wagjag sale I believe.

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  • edited May 2012
    In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/local-wedding-boards_canada-toronto_offbeat-dessert-vendor-recommendations?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Local%20Wedding%20BoardsForum:613Discussion:5da8f671-b617-4785-b8b9-a340012e5575Post:b562312c-6562-44f1-bd12-e9faacb791ee">Re: Offbeat Dessert Vendor Recommendations</a>:
    [QUOTE]Tiny Tom's?  There's a link for special event catering on their website: <a href="http://tinytomdonuts.ca/" rel="nofollow">http://tinytomdonuts.ca/</a> I don't know if they're classified as "gourmet," but they're probably the most delicious thing I've ever eaten haha One post down there was a link to lollipops that were on a Wagjag sale I believe.
    Posted by JennLax[/QUOTE]

    <div>Yeah, I looked at TT, but even their smallest order (120 dozen) seems way too big for our wedding.  We're doing a 5 course meal before the late night dessert, plus canapes, cheese and charcuterie, and only have 50 guests.  Plus, I wasn't too keen that the smaller orders are just reheated in a toaster, not fried onsite.</div><div>
    </div><div>Thanks for the idea though!</div>
  • A friend recommended Sweet Flour Bake Shop for our wedding, but unfortunately our venue didn't allow outside vendors. Apparently she went to a wedding where they had a "make your own ice cream cookie sandwich" bar.



  • You should check with your caterer, perhaps they can do it?  Or they can recommend someone who can.
  • just check to see if Langdon hall would allow outside food vendors-since they are a very high end hotel they may not. 
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  • naomikbnaomikb member
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    I would definitely check with your caterer.  We weren't allowed any outside food.  We wanted late night BBQ so they ordered in special hot dogs, sausages, etc. and we had a BBQ outside.  If you want the food prepared fresh then that is the way to go.

    Perhaps they could put a fryer outside and do funnel cakes and/or freshly fried donuts?

  • naomikbnaomikb member
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    I would definitely check with your caterer.  We weren't allowed any outside food at our venue.  We wanted late night BBQ so they ordered in sausages and hot dogs and cooked them fresh for us outside.

    Perhaps they could set up a fryer outside and do funnel cakes and/or freshly fried donuts?

  • Truffles does a lot of cool little sweet bites and can make it match your wedding theme.

    Also have you tried Sweet Sushi - rice krispie treats made to look like sushi? 

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