Mar 07, 2012

Pink & Gold Guest Dessert Feature

By: Amy Atlas, in Featured Submissions

This sweet and ruffled submission was sent to us by Alex from Avie & Lulu. Alex created this table for her daughter’s first birthday party. Shades of porcelain pink and highlights of gold gave this table a soft, feminine touch that would also work beautifully for Valentine’s Day. Sweet treats included cupcakes, gold dusted macarons, heart shaped fluffy marshmallows, sugar cookies and cake. We love the way the vessels she used complement the soft lines of the rest of the table. Tea sets in pink woven baskets were given to each of the little girls. Scroll down to see the vendor credits.

To see some more pink & gold parties, click here and here.

Photography by Lee Bird Photography.

Vendor credits:

Styling: Avie & Lulu
Cake, Cupcakes, Macaroons: Sweet Tiers
All other sweets: Avie & Lulu
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  • This is so beautiful

  • Lovely feature!! Every detail is just stunning!

  • Wow – I love everything about this table. Absolutely everything! Well done ladies it is devine! What girl would not love this from ages 6-60? Love, love, love it!

  • OMG! Those cupcakes are beautiful!!!

  • wow just gorgeous!!! love everything about this!

  • Pretty Soft Color Palette. Love it all

  • Looks amazing…..thanks for sharing

  • This party is heavenly!! I love the ruffled cake stand where did she get that? I need one 🙂 I love how she used the Rosanna bowls on either side of the cake and made flower arrangements in them! And the ruffled table cloth is to die for, does anyone know where I can buy one?

  • Vesna

    Congratulations lovelies, another beautifully executed party xx

  • What a dream! Gorgeous work Avie & Lulu, it ticks every box for me.

  • LOvely combination of pink and gold!! Always love the sweet and lovely pink, so sweet, I think I do not have any reason to hate it!!!All the desserts are also cute and exquisite!!Love the heart-shaped!!!

  • Beautiful, the only thing I see lacking would be the gold rose dessert forks and teapsoons avaiable at Nalulus Linens. They would have been perfect. What however are they going to do for a wedding if this is a first birthday party 🙂 In answer to Danielle, the hobnail ruffled cake plae looks to be a vintage fenton pieces. You could pick one up on Ebay.

  • deb

    very pretty I would love to do something like this for my grand daughter very very nice the whole thing

  • Mainegirl

    truly fit for a queen or princess.

  • Birdie

    Beautiful, but sorry, I can’t see any toddlers at THIS party…

  • We love your post, and we’ve linked up to you in our new blog post today:
    http://belleandbeauantiquarian.blogspot.com/2013/02/entertaining-with-milk-glass.html