When imagining her wedding, Gail always assumed there would be a cake. But, she wanted everyone to get up from the dining tables and move directly to the dance floor. To ensure there would be no boring pause in the music for the couple to cut the cake, Gail opted not to serve a formal wedding cake. Instead, she had bite-sized passed desserts (mini sorbet bars coated in chocolate, chocolate dipped bananas and marshmallows, fruit tartlets, French macaroons, and chocolate chip cookies) that guests could enjoy while dancing.
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