I am back in Prague and now a married woman. What a trip!! It was an awesome experience seeing all the details of the wedding come together and I look forward to sharing more about the event and some pictures next week on Lamb411.
To start, my fiance and I wanted to serve something cold for dessert at the wedding since it was taking place in August. I originally thought about serving ice pops to my guests but the logistics of such proved too complicated, so I located a company in Toronto that does on-site event gelato. We had previously tasted the gelato from Hotel Gelato at a friend’s wedding in the spring and decided to give them a call to see what they could do for us.
We could pick six flavours of gelato for the event which would be served to guests in cups or cones.
I took my fiance, sister-in-law to be and our day of wedding planner to Hotel Gelato with me to review our flavour selection before the big day.
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We chose: Salted Caramel, Pistachio, Coconut, Dark Chocolate, Lemon Sorbet and Vanilla Toffee
There was much deliberation between flavours and gelato tasting among the four of us. I think everyone fell in love with the salted caramel, a uniquely salty and sweet flavour. I like coconut and pistachio and my (now) husband loves anything chocolate.
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I must admit, in Toronto I am a regular at Hollywood Gelato and the Mad Italian and had never thought of driving west of Bayview for the stuff. However, having been three times plus working with them for the wedding, I would certainly add Hotel Gelato into the rotation. What’s even better is that Hotel Gelato serves breakfast and brunch, espresso and a full bar, so it’s like gelato +. If you missed some of the wedding week details, feel free to read about them here, here and here.