Welcome Baby Camile! Ballerina Inspired Babyshower 

It’s Monday again and it’s time to share another party inspiration with you guys. This party was very special to me, because it’s for a returning customer that has given me a lot of support through the years. A few years back I designed a dessert station for her daughter’s wedding.

It was an amazing experience. I had the chance to display a dessert station with amazing designers that were involved in the project. David Beahm one of the top event planners in New York City and Ben-Israel a famous cake designer were involved in the project. It was one-of-a-kind experience I’ll never forget.

Not too long ago she returned to me with great news, her daughter is expecting. She asked me to design the dessert table for her event. She wanted something simple and elegant nothing too extravagant. Her theme of choice was ballerina, since her daughter used to take ballet lessons when she was younger and she loves ballet. She wanted the colors to be very soft and delicate, in pink pastel colors.

The party took place at the rooftop lounge area at her apartment building. View itself it’s amazing you can see Central Park.

The place is so beautiful it definitely made an easy complement to the dessert station.

She is the kind of the costumer that appreciates the smallest little details. My favorite kind of costumer. She wanted everything to taste as good as it looks. Erica’s heavenly kitchen designed the Brazilian cake.

Flora’s Cake designed all the amazing looking desserts that people were so in love with that they found it hard to eat it, magnificent work.

The “Bem-nascidos” a traditional dessert served to wish well to the newborn was made by Rodolfo another amazing pastry chef who owns a cake boutique called Sweet Corner in the West Village in New York City. 

I want to thank Iracilda and Pedro Lichtinger  for the opportunity to be part of such an especial moment and wish mom-to-be Stephanie the best luck on this new journey. Welcome baby Camile to the world!

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