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September 6, 2011

Dessert Table: French Fete

This month's issue of MSW features a couple's French-inspired dessert table. I love the idea of a dessert table that focuses all of the treats on a specific region or country's foods. This one showcases a croquembouche, macarons, and madeleines. Mini eclairs and tarts round out the selections.
This is a great idea if you want a dessert table that reflects your heritage or maybe a city/country that has special meaning to you and your family. A table with traditional German, Italian, or African sweets would definitely provide some unusual options that would keep your guests interested.

6 comments:

postcards and pretties said...

those madeleines are displayed beautifully!

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

Such an elegant and tasteful (no pun intended!) display!

Rowaida said...

Wow love this table amazing display tres chic and elegant.

Anonymous said...

Wow... wonderfull ! But madeleines & macarons come from France and not from Germany, Italy or Africa !

Shauna Younge Dessert Tables said...

Anonymous, I know that macarons and madeleines are French, hence my title (French Fete) for the post. I also mentioned in the post that this was a French-inspired dessert table. At the end of the post, I was saying that no matter what your heritage, whether it's German, Italian, or African, that people should consider incorporating those cultural desserts into their dessert table for an equally unique display. I wasn't saying that madeleines and macarons are from those regions. Thanks for commenting, though! :)

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