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Let Them Eat Cake
Savor some sweets at a table with charmingly quirky place settings from Relics Rentals. The cake, an architectural delight by The Baked Lab, takes center stage. Layers of chocolate cake, toasted coconut, pecans, salted caramel and dark chocolate ganache are surrounded by vanilla bean Swiss meringue buttercream and adorned with edible wafer paper and white pearls. This bold creation is framed by a spritely centerpiece by La Terre Market.
Set the tone for the day with striking shades of orange and green, complemented by playful floral illustrations in this invitation suite by Coqui Paperie.
Put your rosé on display, nestled on a bed of ethereal greenery in a brass pedestal urn from Relics Rentals.
When it’s time to make a toast, delicate butterfly ranunculus float atop cocktails to amplify the appeal.
Guests will be awestruck by this dreamy confection by Batter MKE. Whimsical wafer paper floats across a bold negative space, connecting the two tiers bedecked in American buttercream and hand-painted edible gold.
Go a little rococo with this intricately detailed dessert by Horoscope Cakes. Perched on a striking pedestal from Relics Rentals, this “something blue” is regal yet romantic, with feminine frills and vintage-inspired piping.
The lady of the hour is a vision of joy in a sleek “Williams” gown and cape by Pronovias from White Dress Bridal Boutique. Soft, flowing hair and delicate makeup let her newlywed glow take the spotlight.
Butterfly ranunculus and hellebores form dainty arrangements in gold-trimmed bud vases from Relics Rentals.