First up, the cake...
Fresh billy ball flowers on top of a vanilla bean cake filled with homemade strawberry preserves and topped with vanilla almond butter cream.
Aren't those gray lacey placemats pretty???
Close up of the meandering detail on the top layer.
Now for the cupcake table...
If you're going to serve 300+ cupcakes, in this kind of spread, you must have 12' of table.
I fit all but just over 2 dozen of the cupakes on this table with the various stands.
An adorable sign the bride's aunt made. Love it!
They made a chalkboard sign to distinguish the flavor and filling choices of the cupcakes.
And now for close ups of the different cupcake designs...
*Please remember that I am not very good at food photography where there is no natural light. So please forgive the brightness of the yellow!
Huge tower of yellow petal flower cupcakes with a large gray edible sugar pearl in the center.
Monogrammed yellow rose cupcakes (a fondant medallion with an "L" stamped on).
Another monogrammed cupcake. And little love birds to mimic the ones the their invitations.
And little birds.
All lined up and ready to be devoured.
Petal flowers in yellow and white. (Yes,the pearl is a little smudgy on this one but it's the best close up I had. Though would you have noticed if I hadn't pointed it out? I stop doing that...)
And just for fun, a couple pics I snapped of their table decorations because they were just too cute!
The cupcakes were time consuming, no doubt, but I'm kind of glad I didn't have to hand dip and decorate and wrap and tie a card around all those pretzels! ;)
Thank you to D+E and the rest of the family for letting me be a part of such a beautiful day. It was certainly my pleasure. Congratulations!!!