Wedding Favors

Edible Gold and Silver

Posted on November 11th, 2007 by Kori Ellis in Wedding Food 5 Comments

Champagne GlassesRecently I learned more about edible gold and silver products that you can use to decorate you wedding cake and other foods at your wedding reception.

Easy Leaf Products has introduced Oro Fino (edible gold) and Argento Fino (edible silver).

This is the ultimate food decoration. It adds a majestic touch to set your wedding to a royal standard. You can add these products to desserts, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and even entrees.

For example, you can decorate your wedding cake with gold or silver leaf. You can also cover chocolate truffles by rolling them in sheets of the edible silver or dust fruit, such as strawberries, with their edible gold sprinkles. Another fun way to use the product is rim your cocktail and champagne glasses with the edible gold and silver, as pictured here.

Your wedding guests will be sure to be impressed by use of these sparkling edible embellishments.

Easy Leaf Product’s line of Oro Fino (23-Karat Genuine Edible Gold) and Argento Fino (Pure Edible Silver) are currently available for purchase at easyleafproducts.com and through a variety of retailers across the country.

Check out the pictures and instructions on their website, which demonstrate what you can do with these products. I found a lot of the pictures to be gorgeous, and others not so much.

Leave your comments here and let us know what you think.

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Comments (5)

  1. 1Eric

    I can’t imagine gold and silver taste as good as they look but I’d love to try it!

  2. 2CausalReader

    Yeah, not too sure on this one…

  3. 3Eric

    Wow… it’s fairly expensive too, for a non-flavor adding ingredient!

  4. 4Melissa

    Weird…

  5. 5Heather BartleItt

    I found this site because I was looking for exact instructions for gilded fruit.

    We used to throw “Midsummer Night Dream” fairy parties and once a guest brought strawberries with gold touches on the tops, it was SO BEAUTIFUL and so decadent looking and they tasted good to me.

    She said that she simply mixed the gold leaf in with sugar and then sprinkled it on the fruit.

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