Oh my gosh, I just found out about Amy Atlas through Bakerella like 10 minutes ago. I can't believe I've never seen this before!She makes gorgeously yummy "Desert Tables" for events with beautiful sweets that you almost don't want to eat. I will be covering here my favorite tables for inspiration and for eye candy.
Bridal Brunch Dessert Table
"We designed this dessert table for a bridal shower brunch. The all-white dessert table included torrone nougat, coconut macaroons, and dusted truffles. White lemonade with calligraphed “Best Wishes” straws added a festive touch to the event."
Candy Shop Dessert Table
"We designed this playful, old fashioned candy shop dessert table for a bat mitzvah.Filled with nostalgic candy, the table included old fashioned taffy, barber poles, sweet tarts, and rock candy. The treats satisfied everyone’s sweet tooth!"
Birthday Dessert Table
"We designed this dainty dessert table for a young girl’s birthday party. Swirly meringues, twisted marshmallows, and striped and dotted cookies added a fanciful touch to the table.Favor bags filled with pink and red candy were hung on a board for guests to take as they left the party."
Wedding Library Dessert Table
"We created this dessert table for Claudia Hanlin's Wedding Library in New York City. Inspired by the Wedding Library's lovely, hand-screened Alan Campbell paper, the table included delicate treats such as cupcakes decorated with feathers and pearls, fleur-de-lis cookies and silhouette chocolates."