This was an exciting spring for our family! We had two weddings, a week apart, as two of our nephews were married! The first wedding, on June 1st, was in Colorado! It was a beautiful wedding, overlooking the Garden of the Gods! The 2nd wedding, on June 8th, was in Michigan. We were thrilled and excited to be asked to help with the decorations and desserts! The Bride and Groom decided to use tropical colors for their color scheme. They decided on six colors, think citrus fruits, or sherbets. Each table featured one of these colors. The linens were white, and each table was decorated with a fabric flower centerpiece, chair bows, and large fluffly tissure balls hanging overhead. It was BEAUTIFUL!!!
As you can see, the room just lit up with the colors!
The room was so festive and inviting. It was a great evening!
A Hot Pink Table!
I was able to find the Sixlets in all 6 colors, plus pearl white. The photographer was wonderful and took some amazing pictures of the dessert table and generously shared them with me. This is one of his pictures. Photographer: Carl Bengtsson, Millennium Arts & Entertainment. firstname.lastname@example.org
Chocolate- my favorite!
Vanilla- (white chocolate bride and groom from candy molds)
Cookies and Cream
It was difficult to find the toppings that I wanted to use to match the theme. So, I ended up making quite a few of them from candy molds and chocolate, white chocolate, and candy melts. I put the extra candy toppings in candy dishes on the dessert table.
(Candy mold pumpkin topping)
(Candy Mold white chocolate hearts)
A table full of sweetness!
The Bride wanted a pink cake with ruffles...
Which I must admit, was fun to make!
The wedding was unique, lots of fun, and a truly great celebration. I am so honored that they asked for my help with this very special event...one that I'll always remember!
Have a great week...welcome August!