This PRETTY PINK VINTAGE WEDDING DESSERT TABLE was submitted by Sarah Osmotherly of Sugar Coated Mama.
SO, back to the lovely wedding dessert table styled by Sugar Coated Mama- I am in love with this gorgeous pink vintage dessert display! It has so many beautiful, delicate elements that would be perfect for so many events from a baby shower to a bridal shower to a girls’ night out!
Some highlights to look for are:
- The tea cups and saucers stacked to create a dessert stand
- The chocolate bar wedding favors wrapped in paper doilies and ribbon
- The assorted paper fan labels
- The tulle pom poms
- and MORE!
CREDITS / VENDORS
Styling by Sugar Coated Mama
Photography by Kelly Judd Photography
Flowers by Jade McIntosh Flowers
Tulle Pom Poms by Pom Pom Princess
Cupcakes, Lemon Meringue Pies and Strawberry Mousse by Get Frosted
Vintage Cookies by Mad Midnite Baker
Individually wrapped vintage chocolate bars, Peanut Butter Balls & Coconut Ice by Alaine from Sugar Coated Mama
Macarons by Wild Rose Sweets & Styling
Loveheart chocolates by Coco Monde Chocolateria
Dessert labels by Danielle Whiting, Stamp it up consultant Newcastle
Footed Compote, pink cake stand and pink sundae cups by Robert Gordon Pottery
White chocolate raspberries from Bibina Pty Ltd
Macaron stand from Typo
Items used in this party available in Kara’s Party Ideas Shop:
Sarah said this about the party– “Styling this beautiful girlie vintage wedding table for my client Melanie and her husband Shaun was such a great opportunity to indulge in all the decadent prettiness that gals love – pink, floral, lace, tulle, roses, pearls and most importantly, loads of yummy treats…
STYLE / DÉCORATIONS:
Melanie wanted a vintage table with a modern touch, so we combined pretty florals with the pink and white stripe. The stunning Merewether Beach in Newcastle (Merewether Surfhouse) was the backdrop, so I wanted something very whimsical floating above the table which added style, but didn’t detract from the view. The soft pink and ivory tulle pom poms were the chosen decoration and they worked a treat. Flowers were another important element of this buffet, you can’t have a vintage wedding table without old style roses, and thanks to Jade McIntosh Flowers, the pink roses, white licianthers and green hydrangeas lifted the whole table. Other decorations included vintage tea cups, footed compotes in soft pink, pretty cake stands, pearls, lace doilies and lace ribbon.
It is important for dessert table to look amazing, but it is more important for the food to taste amazing. The table consisted of scrumptious vanilla and chocolate cupcakes with Italian buttercream, lemon meringue pies, strawberry mousse shots with cream and raspberries, peanut butter balls (my favourite), coconut slice, vintage cookies, vanilla and raspberry macarons with white chocolate ganache filling, dusty rose handmade chocolate lovehearts, oreo cookie buttercake cake pops, white chocolate coated Raspberries (amazing!!), fluffy pink and white marshmellows, musk sticks, pastel meringues, strawberry nougat and pink bubblegum flavoured jelly belly’s.”