October 14, 2011

Waffley Wedded Details: Cake, Decor and More

Posted in Decor at 4:16 pm by sewknotwrite

More detail shots comin’ at ya!  I never really showed you lovelies the desserts, decor and flowers.  Here they are…

Cake and Dessert Table

All of these amazing sweet treats and our 6″ cutting cake were done by Blue Note Bakery.  The trays and cake stand were borrowed from friends.  I stamped take-out boxes so guests could take the sweets home.  We only had a handful leftover at the end of the night because they were soooooo good!

Tray with assorted mini desserts: pecan pies, key lime blackberry bars, eclairs, s’mores and custard tarts.

Photo by Steve Twigger of cake bars.  We had three flavors that were differentiated by color: green = pistachio with espresso filling, tan = carrot with cream cheese filling, white = gluten free chocolate hazelnut with chocolate ganache filling.

Toasted almond cutting cake with buttercream frosting.  Cake topper from Etsy shop Milk Tea.

Flowers

We had so many varieties of flowers and foliage that I can’t even name them all.  I know, for sure, we had hydrangea, lavender, hyacinth, peonies, statice, freesia, thistles, roses and dusty miller.  Robin Graybill, our florist did such a good job at taking my vision and running with it.

I was a naughty bride and forgot to include pics of the bouquets on the photo list.  Therefore, there are no beautiful, posed shots of them to show.  Blerg.  The action shots of them will have to suffice.

I cropped this photo by Perrie Belle.  My bouquet has hydrangea, purple roses, dusty miller and some really cool filler that I don’t know the name of.  Oops.  🙂

The best pic of Sweet Pea’s bouquet was by Twigger.  Her’s has hydrangea, peonies, lavender and dusty miller.

SIL Waffle’s bouquet consisted of hydrangea, lavender and dusty miller.

Robin made some beautiful table arrangements as well.

Table Settings

Going through the flowers now brings us to the table set up.  The centerpieces consisted of wood rounds that I got from Mrs. Pretzel, a memory jar, a picture candle jar and a vessel with flowers.  Tables were assigned by fabric that coincided with the napkins I made.

Photo by Steve Twigger

Guest Book Table

Our guestbook was a photo album we made online compiled of images from past and present.  The card rack is antique and borrowed from Magic Alie.  The millions of buttons are from my collection of buttons that I do, indeed, keep in jars.  The card rack featured jars of dried bouquets from Sweet Pea’s and Disco’s weddings, our Save the Date, our invitation and various trinkets.

photo by Perrie Belle

photo by Perrie Belle

*All photos by Nadine Studio unless otherwise noted.

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