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Friday, March 14, 2014

Pi Day Inspiration – Pie at Your Wedding

Happy Pi Day! For those of you unfamiliar with the math-based holiday, March 14 (or 3/14) is Pi Day in celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi), which often shortened to the value of 3.14 from its infinite form. You can learn more about the celebration here or here. Believe it or not, this holiday is celebrated worldwide by math geniuses and regular Joes alike with (what else?!) pie! And that, of course, will be our focus today!
These mini pies in picnic-chic to-go baskets are great favors!
Inspired by this fun holiday, we wanted to shine a spotlight on the oh-so-tasty pastry, pie. It’s such a delicious treat, a true comfort food and comes in so many different varieties! Cream pies, fruit pies, custard pies…large pies, mini pies, pie pops…we think this all American little sweet is perfect for weddings! Here are several gorgeous presentations of the delectable treat that we hope will get you thinking “pie” as you start pondering your wedding desserts.
This festive pie bar is the perfect alternative to wedding cake.
Offering lots of varieties will insure you've got something for everyone!
Varying heights of your pie table display adds interest and elegance.
Presenting pies in a tiered fashion is a fun wink at traditional wedding cake.
A pie buffet can be every bit as lovely as a wedding cake display!
Tiered mini pies with flags makes a fabulous presentation.
This tiered and stacked pie display is perfect for this rustic wedding.
Offering both mini pies and pie pops lets guest choose just the right amount of dessert!
A perfect replica of a traditional pie, these tiny apple pie pops are just adorable!
Pie pops make perfect favors!
A selection of packaged pies are a great way to say "thanks!" to your guests.
What do you think, ladies? Anyone planning to have pie a their wedding reception? Happy Pi Day! We hope you celebrate by grabbing a slice!

image sources: Bridal Guide, BridesElizabeth Anne Designs, The Every Last Detail, The KnotStyle Me Pretty, Southern Weddings and Wedding Chicks

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