In a previous post I mentioned loving table displays! You may have heard of Amy Atlas, some people see her as the Queen B of dessert tables and she really does do amazing work. Dessert displays are just like what they sound like - a dessert buffet but in today's modern world people are dressing up their displays and matching their desserts with their party's theme.
|Zebra Patterned Dessert Bar, photo courtesy of Amy Atlas|
Over the past couple months I've been thinking up different ways to extend my future business. I've thought about a store front, maybe a little boutique shop, maybe a cake supplies store... it's still a work in progress, but I have decided to incorporate paper and it's uses with desserts into my blog. My company's name is Cake and Company and paper is really good company!
It's easy to take your simple homemade cupcake, like the one below and dress it up!
All it takes, is either a decorating tip or some fun with paper. I'll be posting a few tips and DIY projects in the future so that you can also do it at home! So keep your eyes out for future posts! In the meantime, here a few images from our wedding. I baked the cupcakes for our wedding tower the night before the wedding, I know I am crazy but I wanted my family to taste my treats.
|Close up of our wedding cupcakes. Photo courtesy of Soul Mates Photography|
|Our cake topper and a larger shot of our cupcake tower. Photo courtesy of Soul Mates Photography|
See the use of paper with desserts is amazing!
Here is one last photo of me and Tyler from our wedding
|To see more of our wedding photos, check out soulmatesphotoblog.com|
Where credits are due:
Amy Atlas Events ~ http://www.amyatlas.com/
Soul Mates Photography ~ http://www.soulmatesphoto.com/
Cupcake wrapper die ~ http://www.sizzix.com/product/1924
Florals for the cake display, Teresa Sena Designs ~ http://www.whiteorchidwedding.com/about/ohana/theresa.php
Penguin Cake Toppers, The Pink Koala on Etsy ~ http://www.etsy.com/shop/thepinkkoala?ref=seller_info