Happy Monday, ladies + gents! I know you probably just had breakfast a few hours ago, but I hope you have an appetite, because our next V4 feature is downright delicious! Jose Villa and Lisa Vorce teamed up to create this gorgeous spread featuring every Southerner’s favorite carbohydrate: the biscuit! Let me walk you through a few of their yummy ideas, which imagine even more ways to incorporate the humble biscuit into your wedding day.
Biscuits packaged in a cloth wrap and accompanied by a small jar of favorite (or homemade!) jam are a perfect breakfast treat delivered to guest hotel rooms.
Mini biscuits slid into delicate paper wrapping are a gorgeous favor (they’d look perfect set at each place setting!).
Petite kraft paper bags look darling holding ham biscuits. Position a table full of these beauties at the door of your venue for a midnight snack to go.
On the left: biscuits topped with caviar and chives are an unexpectedly upscale hors d’oeuvres. On the right: a paper bag filled with freshly-baked biscuits and preserves could easily stand in for a wedding weekend welcome bag.
Gold-flecked biscuits?? My stars! We can’t imagine anything prettier. (And yes, the gold flakes are edible!)
On the left: We LOVE this idea — screenprinting Grandma’s famous biscuit recipe onto a cloth bag, then filling it with delicious examples of her baking prowess. On the right: Another variation on the biscuit welcome wagon: kraft box + hot pepper jelly + custom label.
Last but certainly not least, we have these delicate and delightful biscuit sandwiches. Perfect passed at cocktail hour!
Do you love these biscuit ideas as much as we do? Give a hearty thanks to photographer Jose Villa, stylist and planner Lisa Vorce, and paper details guru Wiley Valentine! Figueroa Mountain Farmhouse provided the gorgeous backdrop. And tell me: Will you be incorporating biscuits into your wedding?
P.S. Hungry for more biscuit goodness? Check out these past posts:
The original biscuit bar from V3
Megan + Steven’s real wedding biscuit bar
SW’s biscuit bar How-To