Though the visions of the mystic, Anne Catherine Emmerich are not Scripture, she does relate a very interesting account of the Last Supper in her book, The Dolorous Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ:
Again he prayed and taught; his words came forth from his lips like fire and light, and entered into each of the Apostles, with the exception of Judas. He took the paten with the pieces of bread (I do not know whether he had placed it on the chalice) and said: 'Take and eat; this is my Body which is given for you.' He stretched forth his right hand as if to bless, and, whilst he did so, a brilliant light came from him, his words were luminous, the bread entered the mouths of the Apostles as a brilliant substance, and light seemed to penetrate and surround them all, Judas alone remaining dark.
It's worthwhile to note that Communion in the hand remains an indult, which means it is allowed by special permission. The traditional method is to receive on the tongue. Which do you prefer?