It’s official, next week we will be designing a dessert station for the Fashion Gallery in NYC’s fashion week. I am very excited , I’ve never done a table for fashion week before.
I’m trying to organize myself and get everything ready ahead of time. As I tell all my customers I wish I had a button that says ‘create’ that I could press anytime and have everything done. Life would be so much easier if I did. I have about 15 days left to come up with all the details and create an awesome presentation for their 10 year anniversary.
I am still keeping the girls that have been supporting me since the beginning for this event. I’m also trying to get everything together while looking for new vendors that could collaborate with me.
My first approaches via Instagram already knew who I am and accepted my proposal right away. It’s just amazing, how much easier it is to connect with people through all of the social media platforms out there. Too bad I can’t share my plans with you yet, but I can’t wait to post the pictures when I’m done. The design color and theme will be a surprise but will sure enough be fabulous!
For today’s blog post I decided to share some very creative work done inspired by today’s big event the solar eclipse. It’s impossible to stay indoors and not participate, everyone has been preparing for this day for months now, especially those who like science. It’s all over the news all over town, the kids are having fun outside, so for those of us inside let’s get inspired by this amazing Bakers.
Have a sweet eclipse day!
It was a gorgeous day in Staten Island yesterday, the sun was shining and it wasn’t too hot. It was the perfect day for a beautiful bride to be.
This Monday inspiration took place at Casa Belvedere located on 79 Howard Avenue, Grymes Hill, New York. The mansion was built in 1908 and is an Italian Renaissance style building with very well done detailing.
The place is beautiful and perfect for any small affair, you don’t need much to decorate, the places speaks for itself with an amazing view over the cliff , it was declared a New York City Landmark in 2006 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The mother of the bride was the one in charge of selecting the vendors, from the flowers, everyone else involved, and all the details. She is definitely one of those unique, elegant people that you meet and you don’t have much else to describe her as other than a woman with good taste. She is gorgeous and well spoken. So of course everything she chose reflected that, it was truly elegant and no other words can describe the beautiful champagne themed affair.
The colors chosen were white, ivory, and blush pink since she wanted something simple and beautiful. She did add a lot of details to the help with the decorations. For example the small bottles of Champagne as favors.
Flowers designed by Eltingville.
I have a few pictures of our dessert table and some of its details.
Cake designed by Moretti Bakery
Congratulations 🍾 to the couple Nicholas & Christine, many cheers to love laughter and happily ever after!