In 2012, Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively made us fall in love with their coupledom when they threw a super secret, surprise wedding for themselves with 35 of their closest friends. And while they鈥檝e kept most of the photos of their intimate day under lock and key, there were a few details they were willing to share with Martha Stewart Weddings, who helped design the affair. The details we鈥檙e referring to are the desserts鈥 lots and lots and lots of desserts, including a giant cake, s鈥檓ores, espresso beans, shortcakes, two different tarts and fruit jellies. And we鈥檙e here to help you steal their style and put those sweet treats on display for your own wedding guests.

But before we give you the biggest toothache you鈥檝e ever experienced, first, know this: The two got married at聽Boone Hall Plantation聽in聽Charleston, SC 鈥 which just so happens to be Allie鈥檚 summer house from The Notebook. (Seriously, can these two get anymore romantic?) The ceremony took place in the plantation鈥檚 historical barn and the reception was in a white tent.

As a sort of welcoming 鈥淗ey, you were one of the lucky few to be invited to our totally hot A-list wedding,鈥 Reynolds and Lively handed out silhouette cards. We鈥檙e thinking your programs should follow suit. You can DIY up your own black-and-white profiles by following this tutorial. Or do as the tutorial suggests, and use your profiles as your cake topper.

Speaking of cakes and all those sweets, word on the street is that the Gossip Girl goddess would gift her costars with baked goods聽on the regular, so it should come as no surprise that there was so much focus on the dessert table聽on Blake + Ryan鈥檚 big day. But unless you鈥檙e extremely ambitious, you might want to call in the pros when it comes to creating a similar cake. We鈥檙e talking a four-tiered vanilla and sour cream cake with peach apricot preserves and an Earl Grey buttercream frosting.聽I mean, do you think Florence Welch will sing at your wedding if she knows she鈥檚 just going to get a crusty day-old cookie? We think not.

We鈥檙e no strangers to s鈥檓ores that forego the campfire, but this elegant take will catch the attention of even the biggest graham cracker gourmande. To make your own classy camping classic, try this tart recipe. It鈥檚 thisclose to being just as pretty.

Blake and Ry wanted to keep partygoers like Bette Midler (!!) rocking through the night. Their solution? They offered up coffee-and-cream espresso beans. You can buy the exact same ones over on Nuts.com聽for聽$9 per pound. The most important detail here is to serve them in gold cupcake liners. Up the ante by going for Anthropologie鈥檚 glittered scalloped version.聽$20 will get you 12 of them.

Is there anyone in the entire universe who doesn鈥檛 like a teeny tiny fruit-topped tart? You can make these suckers without even preheating the oven. That鈥檚 right people. We鈥檝e found a no-bake version. On the other hand, if you want to swap the blueberries for cherries and invite a little bourbon to this tarted up party, we think it鈥檚 well worth firing up the old oven for these buttermilk bourbon cherry tartlets.

We鈥檙e seeing Blake and Ryan鈥檚 lemon tarts and raising them by spiking them with limoncello. Whose wedding鈥檚 going to be the talk of Hollywood now, eh, Lively-Reynolds?

Real talk: As adorable as a聽mini berry shortcake聽is, it鈥檚 nothing anyone hasn鈥檛 seen before, not to mention a mess to eat. If you鈥檙e looking for a true berry handheld, may we suggest the ever so easy three-ingredient strawberry hand pie. (Is it weird that we鈥檙e drooling at its mere mention? Yup, it鈥檚 that good.)

By now the wedding guests were crying for mercy on the sugar front, but the sweet rush wasn鈥檛 over. Fruit jellies, enter stage left. As pretty as these are, we suggest leaving them off of the dessert table and instead making them up as party favors for the road. There are a few things we like about taking on this project聽yourself. They only require four ingredients, they can easily be made vegan and they last up to two weeks.

When you have this many little nibbles for guests to eat up, you鈥檙e going to need to label them. But before you fire up Word and start printing out some Times New Roman descriptions, let鈥檚 talk about doing something else 鈥 something called calligraphy. Hiring a calligraphy artist can cost some major coin, but you should be happy to know that you can learn to do it yourself in the Brit + Co Summer School.

Oh, and here鈥檚 a little bonus for you. Blake鈥檚 bouquet was made up of pink jasmine, andromeda, dusty miller and blushing bride hydrangea. Some of the petals were dipped in rose-gold glitter (yes, glitter!) to play up the rose gold embroidery in Blake鈥檚 one-of-a-kind silk and tulle Marchesa gown. If you鈥檙e ready to start your own floral arranging endeavors, may we suggest taking this online class with your closest friends, mom and soon-to-be mother-in-law. It鈥檚 going to take a team of you to tackle florals when your big day rolls around.

The lone public image of the cute-overload couple is this picture of the twosome holding hands. While we want to see more 鈥 we鈥檙e not sure we could handle it. They鈥檙e just too freaking perfect.

If you have a super creative wedding you鈥檇 like to share, we want to know! Just send a note to editorial@brit.co聽or leave us a message in the comments below!

(h/t Martha Stewart Weddings)