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The first nip in the air of 2020 is already here and you know what that means - getting ready for the winter wedding season. If you’re one of those to-be-brides who had to postpone their wedding to the winter because of COVID-19 or have simply always dreamt of having a winter wedding then this blog is for you. Introducing new dessert trends that we are definitely going to spot at winter weddings of 2020. These are fresh, unheard of and you’re gonna definitely consider these for your winter wedding. Brides-to-be, get ready to have your mouth water! ?

Latest Dessert Trends To Look Out For At Winter Weddings

Chocolate Fondue 

Since winters are almost here, we know there’s still time for everyone to start getting catering done for their wedding. People are still gonna try to do as much as possible at home and the one easy dessert you’re gonna see cuz of this reason is a chocolate fondue at winter weddings of 2020. It’s super easy to whip up and nobody can resist it especially in winters cuz there’s absolutely nothing better than warm chocolate now, is there?

Gajjar Ka Halwa

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Brides, you’re definitely gonna see some new dessert options for the winter weddings of 2020 but that doesn’t mean that the classics will cease to exist. One can never have too much gajjar ka halwa and we say that be ready to have this decadent Indian dessert at most of the winter weddings. I mean, my mouth is watering just thinking about this dish! 

Pecan Pies 

Gone are the days when apple pie was all the hype. Now, be ready to see people shift towards the pecan pie. After all, what is to not love this? There are nuts, butter, pie tart, sugar and would taste absolutely divine when eaten at a wedding in chilly weather. You can totally imagine it, can’t you ladies?  

Non-Fried Gulab Jamuns

If you’re a huge fan of Indian sweets or the family in which you’re getting married is, then it is only customary to have gulab jamun at your winter wedding. I mean, have you ever gone to a wedding where there is no gulab jamun? I’m guessing not, ladies. And, if you’re looking out for those extra calories, we suggest you go with the non-friend version!

Popsicle Macaroons 

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Having something bite-sized is pretty convenient and nothing needs convenience more than weddings do. That’s why we say that winter weddings are definitely going to have macaroons and if you’re also getting hitched this winter, we say you have this French dessert for your wedding party. You can have so many different flavours. In fact, why not have a macaroon station!?


Although this is a South Indian dessert, we know so many people who are fans of this delicacy. And why wouldn’t one be? The combination of jaggery and coconut milk is simply like a match made in heaven. Ladies, be ready to see this dessert at many winter weddings that will be taking place in 2020! 

Gingerbread Cake With Caramel Sauce

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A gingerbread cake tastes exceptionally good with caramel sauce. It’s different from your usual dessert options and the best part about this specific cake is that ginger is supposedly very good for the body. Plus, let’s not forget the winter weather. This entire combination will be so good that your winter wedding is going to be a hit! 

Chocolate Lava Cake

A fan of all things chocolate? Then you gotta have chocolate lava cake at your winter wedding. And if your guests don’t mind a scoop of ice cream to go along this dessert, then you know you have a winner! 

Warm Cookies 

Close your eyes for a minute and imagine what it would be like to serve your guests' warm cookies which would melt in their mouths at your winter wedding. All I would say is that they will be in for a surreal experience if you do involve warm cookies. These are super easy to create and the best part is that you can make these in bulk at one go. Convenient, cheap and tastes delicious! 


Who can say no to that good old rasmalai? We all know deep down that so many guests are just waiting to get their share of rasmalai at weddings. This is a wonderful dessert option for your winter wedding as it’s super soft, perfectly sized and is simply scrumptious in taste. Don’t you agree?


So brides, which dessert are you gonna have at your winter wedding? Do tell us in the comments section below!

New Dessert Trends We Will See at Winter Weddings of 2020!

by Shweghna Gursahaney

New Dessert Trends We Will See at Winter Weddings of 2020!