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Dairy Queen Is Now Offering a Blizzard Dessert Bar for Weddings

TikTok wedding planner Cassie Horrell explained how to get Dairy Queen Blizzards served at your wedding

<p>Getty</p> A stock photo of a bride and a Dairy Queen Blizzard

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A stock photo of a bride and a Dairy Queen Blizzard

Ice cream lovers and engaged couples rejoice!

A wedding planner on TikTok recently shared the little-known fact that some branches of Dairy Queen offer a Blizzard bar for weddings as part of their catering services, and she gave PEOPLE all the details.

Cassie Horrell, event planner and author of My Wedding My Way, told PEOPLE in a statement that she's provided the sweet ice cream treat to couples and their guests thanks to her local Dairy Queen in the Bethel Park area of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Based on Horrell's experience of the service, the basic package includes the fast food chain's staff coming to your wedding with the ice cream, the Blizzard machine, four to five of the toppings the client has pre-selected and the spoons, napkins and varying sizes of cups that guests need to enjoy their ice cream.

<p>Cassie Horrell</p> A Dairy Queen Blizzard bar

Cassie Horrell

A Dairy Queen Blizzard bar

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The Blizzard treats are then made-to-order per the guests' preferences for parties of up to 150 people. If your party is larger than that, Horrell suggests asking Dairy Queen if they'll pre-make the sundaes to deliver to your event.

As for pricing, her clients paid a $150 delivery fee, a staffing fee and then the individual Blizzards range from $4.50-$6.50 depending on the cup sizes. You pre-pay for the service before the event.

Horrell's clients used cups with Dairy Queen's logo on them, but she said couples can consider ordering custom cups from sites like Etsy to add a touch of personalization.

<p>Getty</p> Stock photo of a bride turned with her back to the camera holding flowers behind her

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Stock photo of a bride turned with her back to the camera holding flowers behind her

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She usually sees the Blizzard bar open in the dessert portion of the evening at her events, but said the ice cream could be served as a late-night bar snack.

"It is a HUGE hit at weddings," Horrell said. "Delicious, unique and interactive -- three things that help make a wedding unforgettable!"

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A representative for Dairy Queen told PEOPLE in a statement that the beloved fast food chain is happy to provide the iconic treat to newlyweds and their loved ones on their wedding days.

"Dairy Queen is the ultimate way to make a special occasion even sweeter. In fact, we’ve seen a lot of Blizzard Treats served at weddings over the years. Through pre-arranged orders and delivery, our fans have a way to get their favorite DQ treats on their special day. While DQ soft serve machines are not typically mobile, our fans have a way to get their favorite DQ treats on their special day through pre-arranged orders and delivery," the statement read in part.

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