Top Five Southern Pies in Honor of National Pi Day

March 14, 2014 | By | Comments (0)

Lucky for those of us with a sweet tooth, the South has no shortage of iconic desserts. From Krispy Kremes to coconut cake, there’s something to please every sugary palette. Since today just so happens to be National Pi Day (3.14, y’all!), we thought we’d take the opportunity to share our top five favorite pie moments from past features.

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Brittany and Joel served up twelve different pie flavors at their wedding, including pecan, Key lime, butterscotch, peanut butter, blueberry, pumpkin, and sweet potato. Even more impressive? The bride made them all herself at the family cafe! (Photos by Kt Crabb)

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In addition to a wall of colorful cakes, Jamie and Blake offered guests pie pops in the shape of Texas – a nod to their home state and Jamie’s alma mater, UT Austin! (Photos by Cameron & Kelly Studio)

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Audrey and Jordan stacked mini pecan pies sky-high for guests to enjoy. (Photos by Caroline Joy)

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Darling flags marked off a selection of country pies at Joan and Matt’s wedding. (Photos by Soli Photography)

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Pies–stacked high, topped with cut-out stars, or even dusted with edible glitter–were a hallmark of our current issue’s cover story. (Photos by Ryan Ray)

For more delicious desserts and sweet love stories, stay tuned to our daily blog at SouthernWeddings.com! Happy Pi(e) Day!

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