Please take some time to visit Tartelette, you will not be disappointed, but you will be inspired!
Images via: Jackie Wonders
Well we had to start with the queen of dessert tables, Amy Atlas! Amy creates some of the most beautiful, imaginative sweet tables ever! Her work has been featured everywhere from Brides Magazine to Martha Stewart Wedding Magazine! She has a unique style and fabulous eye for color and design! She is truly amazing!
This vintage Birds and Blooms dessert table was featured in Brides Magazine! We love the eye catching colors and design of this table!
This sweet table lends such a romantic feel! How lovely are the soft pinks and champagnes and golds!?!
This next sweet table was featured on Merci New York!
Sweets: One Girl Cookies, photo: Jen Huang Photography
This dessert buffet was featured on Style Me Pretty! We love the perfect balance of pinks and white. All of the details come together to create such clean and simply stunning design.
Created by Delicious Desserts and Desiree Spinner Events
We love the awning over this sweet table! It has such fun, summery, carnival feel!
image: Martha Stewart
This is the cutest milk and cookie sweet table for a first birthday party! It was created by the Anne Powers for her daughter!
This is such a fabulous and creative way to display sweets at your wedding! We love the vintage, shabby chic feel!
image: Style Me Pretty
Even though this table is so simple, it makes a big statement! We love the idea of using mismatched drawers to put the sweets in...it has such an eclectic vibe! Aren’t those cupcakes gorgeous!
image: Style Me Pretty, photography: Millie Holloman
This is such a perfect blend of rustic and romance! We love the candelabras!
This sweet table is so fanciful and whimsical! We just love the swirly lollipops and cones of popcorn! The beautiful birdcage is the perfect centerpiece!
image: Merci New York
Enjoy Cupcakes offers six different flavors each week to their customers. Two of the flavors are wine-infused, one of them always being their signature Chocolate Blackberry Syrah cupcake.
Amber just seems like the sweetest person, her family is just adorable and her cupcakes are just so unique and look absolutely delicious! We know that if we lived in California we would be visiting her very...very often!
Please take the time to watch this amazing 8mm video on Enjoy Cupcake's website at enjoycupcakes.com/about!
(Images Jose Villa)
These fabulous cakes are from Lenotre, Laduree and Fauchon. The amazing quilt is from Le Bon Marché and the cake appliqués are by Héléne Le Berre.
The dots on this slipcover were hand-painted and the cake is a printed textile swatch that was sewn on. The boxes are from Laduree. Aren't the colors just perfect!
These hanging sweets are cardboard cutouts that were hand-painted and hung from silk ribbon. These just add such a sweet yet elegant touch!
These are inexpensive white dessert plates that were hand-painted. They are so beautiful placed on the larger gold plates!
These little knife rests (and other pastries) are made out of fimo dough, and then hand-painted.
All pictures Marie Claire Idées via parisianevents.com
What great inspiration for a Paris themed party!!!
I think our favorite part of the table was the centerpiece! We made it out of real branches and fabric cherry blossoms. We placed a little blue bird in the tree branches to match the invitation...and we even made him a little party hat!
We created a glittery letter garland that said "Tweet Charlotte" to hang across the front of the sweets table. We love letter garland, especially for first birthdays! It is so cute to hang the baby's name in the nursery after the party!
What party is complete without cupcakes! We made mini cupcakes, half of them had a little cherry blossom tucked in the side and the other half had the cupcake flags we made to match the invitations. We also made little glittered tent cards to go in front of each sweet!
These little cookies were almond meltaways. We sugared them to give a glittery effect and then piped a cherry blossom on top!
We dipped marshmallows in pink chocolate and sprinkled them with little white non-perils.
We wanted everyone to be able to take home a little "thank you for coming" gift, so we made little blue bird cookies and my fabulous aunt made little blue bird chocolate lollis! (Find a sampling of her fabulous chocolates on Esty or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are looking for something special!)
P.S. Thank you SO much, Chris and Kim, for letting us share these pictures of Charlotte's birthday! xoxo
The birthday girl looked just adorable! She is so sweet....and she was even "sweeter" after she dug into her little cherry blossom smash cake we made her!
Happy First Birthday Miss Charlotte! May all of your birthdays be as "sweet" as you are!