In October we created a dessert table for an exclusive Seattle wedding event for brides and grooms to visit and meet the industry’s top vendors. This was not your typical wedding show. Event lighting, plenty of food, cocktails, performances and an aerial artist greeting you upside down with a glass of champagne when you walked in the door…well those were just a few of the antics that went on. It was an incredible night and we had an absolute blast participating!
We created this Falling in Love themed dessert table for Ashly and Scott’s fall wedding. The table was filled with caramel apples, cupcakes, mini pies, homestyle cookies, and a rustic buttercream cake. We loved how this table turned out!
Congratulations Ashly and Scott!
This darling table was created for a bride-to-be who loved all things vintage. I had the chance to use a lot of pieces from my vintage cake topper collection. For the desserts, we did a variety of colorful cakes in different buttercream textures, along with sugar cookies, cupcakes, and cake lollipops.
This sweet dessert table was created special for my cousin Erika. She and her fiance chose a peach themed wedding, with gold accents. For her dessert table, we did peach shaped sugar cookies, gold dusted cake lollipops, mini pies, fluffy buttercream cupcakes, and a rustic cake with peach flower accents set atop a gold cake plate. It turned out gorgeous!
Congratulations Erika and Robb!
This pink and mint dessert table for Megan and Tyler Zimmerman’s wedding at Sodo Park was one my favorite tables I’ve ever done. The abundance of desserts complimented the incredible venue perfectly. From mini pies to oreo cake lollipops, this table had one of everything! Thanks Megan and Tyler for including Jenny Cookies in your special day!
Such a sweet dessert table we did for Patrick and Jenn’s romantic pink wedding at Hidden Meadows in Snohomish, WA! Jenn wanted all things pink, and Patrick just smiled and went along with whatever she wanted. Love that!
Congratulations Patrick and Jenn!
I absolutely loved being a part of Jen and Dave’s nautical wedding aboard one of Seattle’s Argosy Cruise ships. The space and time to set up was very minimal so we decided to do dessert centerpieces rather than a full dessert station. I had navy blue and white seersucker runners made for each table, placed under white milk glass cake plates, adorned with nautical themed treats. Navy blue and white anchor sugar cookies, sparkly cake lollipops tied with rope, and cupcakes topped with white chocolate seashells greeted each guest at their table.
Dessert centerpieces can be a great way to cut down on wedding expenses, and your guests love having the desserts right in front of them!