Jul 24, 2009

More Pictures of Our Moroccan Inspired Dessert Table for Sunday Suppers

By: Amy Atlas, in Amy's Latest

I promised more pictures of our moroccan inspired table for Sunday Suppers and here they are! Here are some close up shots of all the great details we had on our table. The lovely Grace Bonney of Design Sponge featured these pictures on her site today as well!

Here are some little goodies that I’d like to share!

Erica Bohanon Miller of Thoughtful Day created a custom pattern that inspired the tablescape.

Moroccan mum centerpieces by Jessie Weidinger of Rountree.

Orange flower macarons, creamsicle pannacotta, and orange cream filled meringues by Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle et Vanille.

Moroccan cake and cupcakes by Archana Rao of Love Street Cakes.

Ali Kantor of Papery and Cakery. created a traditional moroccan cookie called kaab el ghzal, which served as a favor for the guests to take home in goodie bags.

All Photos by Karen Mordechai Photography.

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  • Rachel

    Amy, you are a true artist. Your creations are beyond anything I have ever seen before!

  • Susan Crabtree

    your style is simply elegant & beautiful

  • Christine

    Your Moroccan inspired table is enchanting! Thank you for including my cookies. It was a welcomed creative challenge and I look forward to future endeavors together.
    Better Bit of Butter Cookies

  • Visions Events

    Love the colors!

  • Jessica

    The cake is so beautiful! Now I want some cake! ­čÖé

  • All you need is Cupcakes

    this is amazing!
    everything is adorable
    greetings from Argentina

  • fabelicious

    Thanks for sharing this… love it!

  • Tori @ Thoughtfully Simple

    Just stunning. I love the color combo- very well done!

  • lyndsay

    gorgeous, gorgeous!! what an amazing collection and the colors and light are incredible. ­čÖé

  • Amanda Fuller Designs

    This colour combo has inspired me to put together a Palette Play post on my blog http://amandafullerdesigns.blogspot.com/2009/10/palette-play.html
    So pretty, so fresh! Wonderful work Amy!