Feb 23, 2012

Fabulously Fifty: Cheese Table Guest Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions

This morning, we showed you this fabulous dessert table from the pink & gold 50th birthday party that was sent to us by Belinda from Styled By Belle. Belinda’s party had many stations and we’re back to show you the cheese station. Belinda upped the ante with her savory and creamy take on the dessert bar. This fromage feast featured an abundance of cheese to tease everyone’s palate, including Dutch Gouda, Cablanca Goat, Triple Cream Brie, and Blue Stilton. We love how Belinda created a 5 tiered “cheese cake” and we also love how she used the tall cheese tags to identify the different types of cheese. The baked brie covered in fresh figs and honey makes you want to dive right into this spread. This is SO clever and we love it!

To see some another fantastic table with cheese as the star, click here.

Photography by Lee Bird Photography.

Vendor Credits:

Event Management & Styling: Styled By Belle
Dessert Table, Cheese Station, Chocolate Station; Tea & Coffee Station & Bar styling and setup: Styled By Belle
Floral arrangements: Styled By Belle
Printables Design: Sweet Scarlet Designs
Vintage Tea Cup rental: A Vintage Affair
Cake, cupcakes & cookies: Kylie Bourban
Macarons: La Belle Miette
Tissue Pom Poms: Ah-Tissue



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  • That is FUN. Perfect for those who like savories more than sweets!

  • Delicious!

  • Lovely!!

  • i love it all but especially the name tags for the cheese. pink on black. so cute!

  • Everything looks so delicious!!

  • Amazing love it

  • What a great idea! I love this cheese table. The hanging vases are adorable.

  • Wonderful, one of my favorite appetizers, don’t forget the wine!

  • OMG! I want one of these for my next birthday!

    I love the cheese table, to use in adults parties instead of (or in addition to) all the lollies.
    Of course I love cheese…

  • Nancy J

    This table arrangement is beautiful But I have a question. My daughter and I recently interviewed a potential caterer for her wedding. He told us that serving whole cheeses were not a good idea because guests would not cut their own
    cheese. Has anyone found this to be true? I already have a beautiful cheese board that I planned to use.

  • Fabulous ! what a great idea !

  • Lovely table!!!!

    Nancy, if the caterer cuts the first few slices (as seen in the photos), your guests will cut their own!