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15 Ways to Include Doughnuts in Your Wedding

The first Friday in June marks one of the most delicious holidays of the year — National Donut Day! This celebration of this sweet dessert also has a sweet history; it was created in 1938 in honor of the men and women who delivered doughnuts to our wounded soldiers during WWI. So while you’re munching on your free donuts, peruse these delectable ways to include the treat in your wedding day.

Not a fan of the traditional wedding cake? Serve a tower of doughnuts instead: 

doughnut tower
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Choose sprinkles that match your color scheme:

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You can create a doughnut tower that matches any wedding style, from rustic:

rustic doughnut tower
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To vintage:

powdered doughnut wedding cake
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To modern.

donut tower
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One of the best things about doughnuts is the huge variety of flavors. Even with just piles and piles of doughnuts, you’ll still have plenty of variety for your dessert bar:

doughnut bar
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And who could forget about those bite-size doughnut holes? Serve a tiered platter filled with these mini treats:

doughnut holes tower

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Serve them on skewers:

doughnut skewers
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Or place them in bowls with chalkboard signs spelling out the flavors.

doughnut holes
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Doughnuts are the perfect late-night snack. Serve your coffee (or hot chocolate) in to-go cups topped with doughnut holes:

doughnut hoies
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Guests will go wild when a doughnut truck pulls up to your wedding:

doughnut truck
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Send each guest home with a takeaway box filled with mini-doughnuts: 

wedding favor doughnuts
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Or pick up these favor-ready sets from Krispie Kreme!

krispie kreme wedding favors
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Doughnuts can also be a part of your décor — photograph your rings on top of a stack of doughnut holes:

wedding rings on doughnut holes
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Or even string up a garland made of doughnuts!

doughnut garland
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The opportunities are endless. Have a sweet day!

—Kristen Klein

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