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May 4, 2011

Dessert Meets Design: Graphic & Glitz Pt II

Hopefully, you loved the first part of today's Graphic & Glitz post. I'm back with even more yummy pics of the dessert table I designed, Amy's paper goods, Maddy's styling, and Jonny and Michelle's photo skills. Here are a few more images of the custom candy bars, popcorn boxes, cookies, and lollipops I made. Enjoy!

What's your favorite part of the shoot? Don't worry, I won't be offended if it's not something from the dessert table.

100 Layer Cake has kindly featured this shoot on their blog as well, so be sure to check out their post for even more pics!

Concept and Styling - Maddy Hague of The Inspired Bride
Photography - paper antler
Dessert Table - Shauna Younge Dessert Tables 
Paper Goods Design - Amy Hardy of Design 8 Days
Hair and Makeup - Rene Rattler of Moore Creative Talent, Inc.
Location - MPLS Photo Center 
Calligraphy - Crystal Kluge
Wardrobe - Flutter Boutique
Wholesale Flowers - Fifty Flowers
Twine - The Twinery
Vintage Stamps - Verde Studio
Baking and Candy Making Supplies - Bake It Pretty
Ribbon candy, puffs, & pillow mints - Hammond's Candies 
Jelly beans, golden Jordan almonds, golden hearts, rock candy, M&Ms, fruit slices, malt balls, candied sunflower seeds - Oh! Nuts
Macarons and Cake - Cocoa & Fig
Marshmallows - Laura's Candy


Melissa C said...

Those chalkboard cookie are amazing! Everything looks great.

a kathryn said...

Are those maple candy lollipops? WANT! I love the wee stars on the cupcakes as well :) This is a happy looking table!

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) said...

You create such tastefully designed desserts! A perfect match for this sophisticated setting.

Shauna Younge Dessert Tables said...

Thank you, Melissa! I was very pleased at how chalk-like I was able to get the monograms so I'm glad you liked them as well.

A Kathryn, I made the lollipops from a candy recipe that didn't include maple. I'd love to see your maple candy recipe if you have one.

Hi Lissa, thank you so much for saying that. These kinds of comments keep me going when things start to chaotic in the office.

a kathryn said...

Either way, they are brilliant! I just developed a taste for maple candy when I attended a wedding out east last year. I had never actually been as far as the coast and went to markets and shops in St. John's that were full of the stuff. It is ridiculous how yummy it is and we don't get maple out in BC because we don't have the right trees :) It is one of those Canadian things that remind me of how fabulous we can be... LOL

Sarah (Snippets of Thyme) said...

Wow. My eye went from one photo to the next being totally impressed. Everything looks perfect! You photo stood out when I was perusing through Foodgawker!

Shauna Younge Dessert Tables said...

Thank you, Sarah! I'm glad my pics caught your eye. If you haven't checked out Pt I of this post, be sure to peruse it, too.

Rowaida said...

Amazing dessert table Shauna, love love it, so inspiring! wish you a wonderful weekend

Chris said...

Love the chalkboard cookies and the small bags of popcorn, so cute!

Margot Madison Creative said...

Beautiful! I'm so glad I found your blog via Cake. I am now pinning away your photos!

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