Find Wedding Vendor By Name
Go to Section
- Engagement Photos: Jessica Lagoy and Kevin Cullen
- Real Wedding: Kathleen Krackenberger and Scott Baker
- Engagement Photos: Vanessa Schutz and Neal McDonald
- Real Wedding: Elizabeth and Brian Young
- Engagement Photos: Casey Linsey and Travis Wells
- Take Wedding Guests Out on the Town With DC Insider Tours
Wedding Dessert of the Moment: Whoopsies! Gourmet Whoopie Pies
This New England dessert is becoming a popular wedding treat, thanks to a Virginia company
Other Whoopsies flavors include Cinnamon Toast, Java Jolt, and Limoncello. Photograph by Nicole Copeland for PinkCollarPortrait.com
Recently, we told you about LovePops and mused about cake pops possibly replacing cupcakes as the hot non-cake wedding dessert. Well, looks like we’ve got a little competition going in the form of a cookie/cake combo called the whoopie pie. Locally, they’re sold by a company called Whoopsies! Gourmet Whoopie Pies—the mother-daughter team of Berkeley Gunnell, of Aldie, Virginia, and her mom Marcia Wiggins, who is based in Maine (prime whoopie pie country).
In case you’re not familiar with this treat, it’s a delicious sandwich of cakey cookies and creamy frosting. Whoopsies offers two different sizes—3-inch standard pies and 2-inch mini—and a variety of flavors, from the Classic (chocolate cake with Madagascar bourbon vanilla bean filling) to a Margarita-inspired confection called the ‘Rita (lemon cakes with lime cream filling). The smaller pies retail for $3 each; the minis are $1.75, but there are discounts for orders of more than 100. Each pie comes individually wrapped, and custom stickers are available for a small fee—perfect for wedding or bridal shower favors!
Visit Whoopsies’ Web site for more information. Whoopsies’ whoopie pies are also available at the Red Hook Lobster Pound truck (special 4-inch pies).
You Might Also Like ...
Get the scoop on a month of celebrations at the Georgetown boutique.
The company celebrates the grand opening of its latest store with giveaways.