For the couple with a serious sweet tooth.
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Chocolate might as well be considered a love language. Studies show that the taste of chocolate releases the same hormone (oxytocin) that's released when you feel a bond with someone. No wonder we give our S.O.s heart-shaped boxes of the stuff. As the stores shelves are covered with the candy for the Valentine's Day, there's no better time to reflect on the possibilities for incorporating chocolate into your wedding. From the marvelous milk and the decadent dark, take inspiration from all this baked, frosted, and drizzled wedding desserts.
Red Velvet Cakes
Offering cocoa flavor and the deep, romantic red shade of the season, these naked red-velvet cakes are a great pick for any Valentine's-inspired celebration.
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Forgo the cake and instead opt for the well-known go-to for chocolate fanatics. This impressive cake is comprised with a double-chocolate brownie recipe. Looking for a more feminine option? Try dusting a display of stacked brownies with pretty powdered sugar and petals. Either way, the chocolate squares will look just as good as they taste.
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Pretty Pots de Crème
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What's a rustic wedding without a s'more, and more importantly, what's a s'more without chocolate? The classic doubles as an engaging activity and a delicious dessert.
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Chocolate Bar Favors
Since chocolate makes everything better, why not incorporate it as your favor too? Bid your guests a sweet goodbye by offering artisan bars with personalized wrappers.
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Boozy Chocolate Cake
What's better than a chocolate wedding cake? A heart-shaped Diablo chocolate wedding cake topped off with whisky-soaked raisins.