Two weeks ago we participated in the annual ISES Wedding Showcase. This year I took on the challenge of working on two fantasy tables & wow, were we busy getting everything ready. This year was different than previous years, typically we would take one table and transform it, this year we were given 15'x15' to fill with our creations.
One of the tables we worked on was "Petite Patisserie" in conjunction with Dramatic Events, Elegant Bakery, Latavola Linen, All Well Rents and Fast Lane Productions.
Our vision was to create a romantic, candlelight shabby chic French Patisserie. Elegant Bakery filled the stands, dishes, platters with delicate little petite fours, truffles, crockenbouche, chocolate dipped strawberry tree, cream puffs, and many other delectable treats. For the flowers I collected vintage hobnail milk glass from antique stores and filled them with peonies, tulips, spray roses, lilac, jasmine, narcissus, nerines, ranunculus and amaryllis.
Here's the finished product:
The entry to our Patisserie - greeted with our lanterns & a sign that tells of all the goodies to be tried:
A lovely display of the treats:
The sweethearts table displaying my gorgeous arrangement, yes, I loved this one! It was huge and designed with lush flowers:
We displayed our fountain (this is available to rent) which was decorated with flowy jasmine down the sides of the lady, the top is filled with tulips, peonies, lilacs and roses. The bottom holds floating candles and petals:
Small arrangements were placed throughout the dessert display:
~~ Thank you to http://www.autumnburkephotography.com/ for providing these lovely images.