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Dessert Meets Design: Ribboned Romance Dessert Table Pt I

Last weekend, I met up with several talented vendors to create an inspirational wedding shoot. I designed this pink, platinum, and antique blue dessert table to try to capture the soft, romantic vibe evident in the rest of the event. Lisa of Simply Fabulous Event Design came up with the concept and color palette, and she wanted to channel a Spring-y (but not Easter-y) feel. Emily Steffen shot these beautiful images.

Since this design is full of muted pastels, I chose to emphasize the texture of each dessert. Swirled buttercream adds an uncomplicated finish to two cakes, while the shape of the bundt cake, custom chocolates, meringues, and cupcake frosting all mimic each other.
Here are some more photos from the shoot, to give you an idea of how the dessert table meshed with the overall design without being matchy-matchy. I incorporated the ruffly hem of the bride's dress and the tissue paper poms into the tissue paper pom cake toppers.
I had the fortune of working with some really talented people on this project. Be sure to check out their sites for more images from this event, and other pics of their work.

I'll be back later today with some of the images that Emily's photography students took. They captured some really wonderful details, as well.

event design, concept and styling: Lisa of Simply Fabulous Event Design
photos: Emily Steffen Photography
venue: Mpls Photo Center
flowers: Sadies Floral
pom poms cake toppers: Potter and Butler
linens & rentals: Linen Effects
hair & makeup: Aubrey Thoren
paper goods: Birdy Blue Design

1 comment:

Sandi said...

its beautiful! not Easter-y at all.
And i love a pile of party poms in the corner! :)

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