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Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Brides Magazine Part II - Vintage Birds and Blooms Dessert Table



Yesterday I shared the chocolate spice dessert table that we created for Brides Magazine. Today I am back with the full shot of the vintage table that we created as well as some behind the scenes shots.

We incorporated aqua and magenta birds and blooms throughout the design of this charming table. We made feed sacks by sewing vintage fabric, made homemade preserve favors, and created a bird and bloom bunting banner. We worked with cake connoisseur Kate Sullivan to create a vintage bird and bloom cake for the table. I adore the ruffled design on the cake. We also included nostalgic desserts on the table such as salt water taffy, maltballs, ribbon candy, an old fashioned buttercream cake and dahlia cupcakes.

Here is the full shot from the very talented photographer Andrew McCaul.



And some behind the scenes photos that I captured during the shoot...






Pick up your copy of Brides Magazine today. Come back tomorrow to see the full shot of the modern chevron table and behind the scenes pictures.

21 comments:

Merci New York said...

It's gorgeous, I adore it! In fact, t may be my favorite Amy Atlas dessert table yet {and that's a tough call- all are so beautiful}. ;)

~Ivy~ said...

I LOVE this one. Your tables are always full of detail and design. This one makes me think of "House of Turquoise", Erin would go gaga for this one!
Cheers~Ivy

Kim @ Frost Me! said...

In love with the colors! So glad they are popular this spring! And I want that 3-tier candy dish!

Kim @ http://frostmeblog.blogspot.com
party inspiration

~Camille said...

I always love your tables! Thanks for the behind-the-scenes shot. Those area always fun to see.

Brancoprata said...

Great color scheme!!Love the final shoot!! But the making of is pretty cool as well!!

Ms. Wife of the Year said...

Absolutely gorgeous. The turquoise is fabulous.

Aimee Wendell said...

I love this! I spotted it in the magazine first and it just popped off the page. It's fun and beautiful!

La Vie Le Gage The Life Pledge said...

Amy,
The colors are so cool! I love Robin Egg blue! Pink is in it's best company with this blue. Inspiration is flowing!

Joyce Goeppinger
La Vie Le Gage Couture Events Wedding Planning

Anonymous said...

I really adore all the super cute containers and cake stands. Where did you purcahse or find everything? I would love to know so I can put together something similar for my own wedding!

Pretty Party Studio said...

Wow Amy! I love the rich tones in this table. Really great job.

Amy said...

I have just found your blog... and I have to say I AM IN LOVE!! What an amazing talent you have!! LOVE IT!!

M.A.the2nd said...

I have just found your blog.... these images are gorgeous! The cakes, the attention to detail ...all stunning!
Frances!
ps I love making and decorating cakes as well as table settings .. it is so much fun!

Brittany @ GreyGreyDesigns said...

Gorgeous color combo!

Rowaida said...

Amy, I love your dessert tables, this table is gorgeous love the turquoise color.

Erin said...

My all-time favorite color combo! This is so unbelievably beautiful!

Poppies and Sunshine said...

Your work is amazing!

jacqueline said...

Dearest Amy, so happy to have found your blog! I am loving it here ~ filled with so much inspiration. I really adore your brides Magazine ~ vintage table as it happens to be very similar to my wedding colors [I'm currently in the process of planning]. Thanks so much for sharing. Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you!

penny patten said...

I found you through Decor 8, Your dessert tables and themes are delightful!

Trista said...

Oh my gosh those colors and the Rosanna compotesand cakes stands are a VISION! So pretty, I want them!!

Jen said...

Your work has inspired me! I saw these dessert tables featured on the hostessblog.com. These tables are truly amazing and your vision, impressive.

Anita Damas said...

It looks so tasty!Incredible cute and sweet!

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