Red-and-Camel Dessert Buffet

Set out a color-coordinated buffet and watch guests morph into giddy kids in a candy store. Or, pick one or two of these treats and have servers deliver them with coffee.

Martha Stewart Weddings, Fall 2012
  1. Our almond–brown sugar–cream and blood-orange Layered Gelee is super cute and easy to make.
  2. Whether crowned with your monogram or a lovely piped bow, Duane Park Patisserie’s customizable petits fours are almost too pretty to eat.
  3. Let revelers in on this tip: Gouda’s Gilde caramel wafers soften up deliciously after resting atop a steaming mug of joe.
  4. When the dance floor heats up, bring on bowls of Talenti’s cappuccino-flavored gelato (icecreamsource.com).
  5. Williams-Sonoma mini croissants are flaky, buttery perfection.
  6. Straight from our kitchen to your party: Peanut Butter-and-White Chocolate Mini Cakes.
  7. No “taste of Europe” spread would be complete without French macarons like these by Mad Mac.
  8. The shells and cream of Ferrara Cafe’s mini cannoli are shipped separately, so they won’t get soggy in transit.
  9. Crunchy, sugar-dusted Fossier palmiers are ready and waiting to be dunked (touchofeurope.net).

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