Feb 02, 2011

S’mores Magazine Shoot

S’mores Bar by Amy Atlas.  Photograph by Antonis Achilleos.  Scroll below for behind the scenes pics….

Hey folks, We’re so busy prepping for our book shoot {we start shooting in a couple of weeks!}, but I thought I’d leave you with a little inspiration that we created recently for a magazine shoot.  Even though it is freezing in New York, I think our s’mores bar above would make anyone excited for a camping trip.  For this shoot, we used tree trunks and natural wood as the dessert vessels to create a camping vibe.  We made gooey marshmallow treats like S’mores cupcakes (get the look by using a kitchen torch with marshmallow meringue frosting), s’mores mousse shots, homemade mallomars, and fluffernut chocolate chip sandwiches {see pictures below}. We also included some delicious chocolate from Vosges Haut Chocolat, mushroom chocolate truffles, and chocolate bark.  We cut chalkboard and burlap tags with pinking shears for s’mores dessert tags. Want some fun ideas for s’mores toppings?  Swap out traditional graham crackers for homemade chocolate chip cookies or sandwich your marshmallows with nilla wafers.  You can also include some healthy toppings for your s’mores bar like granola and fruit.  Summer can’t come soon enough…

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  • looks so yummy

  • That honestly looks super delicious

  • Dalia

    mmm! Everything looks so yummy, can’t wait to see the full spread!

  • Thanks for sharing it with us!! Divine!

  • Oh my, wish i were there. It’s really make me in the mood for goey things! I have a big jar of Nutella, i will definatly make some crêpes today, yum yum!

  • I ♥ the behind the scenes peak of this FABULOUS shoot! Thank you!

  • SOOOO pretty! I love the Knot! I’m not surprised they’d get one of their many fabulous ideas from Amy Atlas. Very beautiful and very delicious looking.

  • My goodness, you’ve been pounding out the amazing posts this week! Thank you for sharing so much amazingness!! 🙂


  • Danielle

    Oh this is so cool! I must say I’ve never seen chocolate mushroom truffles before, and when I google searched for them, I found a recipe for “magic mushroom truffles”! Not quite what I was looking for!

    But, your table is beautiful as always! Can’t wait until my little guy is big enough to have parties that I can decorate. 😀

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    Happy Groundhog Day!

    Looks great ! We were planning a smores party this morning at our groundhog day party but a last Milltown Mel the groundhog was iced.
    He did issue a proclamation that spring is on its way.

  • Looks like fun. 🙂

  • Can’t wait to see the book!

  • Why oh why must you show me such deliousness! Looks soooooo good!

  • Such a fun theme! Especially love the little mushrooms. Looks like chocolate covered meringue, yes?

  • Thank you for providing the behind the scenes photographs of this spectacular shoot. I am channeling a warm fire camp side…now! Thanks for sharing.

  • Amazing stuff! Love the behind the scene pics – it shows how much effort it really takes to make those tables look perfect….

  • Love the behind the scenes peek! This shoot is beyond fun, and I love the theme. I think S’mores are now in my future. 😉

  • So different, so unique, yet so Amy Atlas!
    Lovvve it!

  • This makes me want to have a s’mores party pronto

  • Deborah Stepler

    I love these behind the scenes pieces 🙂 Amazing as usual!!

  • Absolutely stunning. I love the behind the scenes shots!

  • So fabulous! thanks for sharing the behind the scenes!

  • This is amazing – it looks absolutely delicious!

  • Love seeing all your behind the scenes shots – keep it up! Love the smore set – simply yet beautiful and looks oh so yummy!

    Thanks for Sharing – Jolyn

  • Oh my yumminess!!!

  • Love this. Such a pretty and refined version of the classic campfire treat.

  • Amy…I love your behind the scenes post! It is like a peak into your creative genius head! This whole table just looks DELICIOUS!


  • mara

    …mmmm…..so sweet 🙂

  • Love it so inspiring Amy! love

  • I love smores! This shoot looks yummy!

  • Love the {behind the scenes shots} as they show me just how much work goes into your lovely images. That would be great to see more of these! Kudos on another wonderful image! ~Margaret

  • I LOVE this! I have been hoping for an Amy Atlas S’more table for over a year!

    In fact, I was just posting about a s’more dessert table on my blog!

  • I love this behind the scenes look!

  • I’m drooling over here!

  • Denise Priscila

    This is again! One of a Kind! I am so glad, I was able to find your blog! I am planning to do a candy for my bridal shower. I am planning to do sweet and salty flavors due to heritage and cultural background “Hispanic.” I’ve told a few guests and they are quite excited!

    Any ideas, for garden tea party with hats? colors: vintage pink, black, cream/ivory.

    Excellent work!

  • I loved looking at the process and the final picture was gorgeous.

  • Annnnddd…you blow my mind again. Typical!

  • Kimberly

    Just fell on this cute photo shoot, interesting behind the scenes. Would love to see more. Love the Smores.

  • What a beautiful spread, Amy!

  • Happy National S’mores Day! You can purchase the original version of those cute Jute Mini Chalkboard Labels at http://www.Chalkydoodles.com – and that adorable brown and taupe gingham ribbon, too! Way to get chalky, Amy! We love it.

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