Archive for: November, 2010

November 02, 2010

County Fair Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
Michele of Cakewalk Baking sent over these exclusive photos of a rustic, homespun County Fair guest dessert table for her son Graham’s 5th birthday party.  This is another example of excellent styling.  The desserts and props are very well balanced on the table.  I love the vintage ferris wheel for the centerpiece, the handmade prize ribbons, and the placement of the flag bunting {made out of a vintage tablecloth}.  That vintage fabric was used on…
November 01, 2010

Apple-Inspired Guest Feature Part II

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
If you were here this morning, then you saw Part I of this gorgeous apple-inspired party from The Caketress and Rebecca Wood Photography.  I’m back with Part II to show you all of the beautiful styling for the party decor.  Scroll down to see all of the great pictures including pinwheel centerpieces, apple plates, and apple flags for drinks.  I love the invite from Christine Flynn of Love the Design.  Again, fabulous job ladies! We…
November 01, 2010

Apple-Inspired Guest Dessert Feature Part I

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions, Kids
You are all in for a treat today.  The Caketress sent over these exclusive photos of an apple-inspired party she created for a 1 year old named Emerson.  Rebecca Wood, who is Emerson’s mom, took these incredible photos.  I’m breaking up the photos into 2 posts since there are so many gorgeous photos.  This post is for the dessert table and this afternoon I’ll post the party decor, which is equally as precious.  The dessert…
November 01, 2010

Halloween NYC Style

By: Amy Atlas, in Behind The Scenes
Since I wrote so much about Halloween on the blog this month, I thought I’d give you a little glimpse of what it is like to trick or treat in NYC….Scroll down to the bottom and comment about how you decorate and celebrate for Halloween in your neighborhood. Here are my boys…Aniken Skywalker and Iron Man.Since we don’t have houses in NYC, we often trick or treat in the building and around the neighborhood.…