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Dramatic Black and White Dessert Table

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black and white dessert table

With just the image of the cake design, Betty of P&J by Design, created a dramatic dessert table inspired by the lace detailing for a Black & White Engagement Party. With the delicacy of lace, she hand crafted the beautiful fabric table cloth & backdrop as well as the pretty paper flowers! (For matching black & white tablescape ideas click here and here.)

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Custom made rosette linen table cloth and lace fabric backdrop + handmade large paper flowers
  • Black and white fondant cupcake decor & frosted sugar cookies
  • Vintage white candy bowls & tableware
  • Vanilla macarons with chocolate drizzle & printable lace pattern chocolate wrappers

black and white affair

black and white favor boxes

black lace cake

white fondant wedding cupcakes

black lace labels

lace cake

black and white desserts


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Betty

The brief was pretty simple, black & white however the table was far from simple. I based the theme and style of the table around the image of the engagement cake I received from the client.

The highlight of this table is the backdrop. After looking closely at the stencil work on the cake I knew the perfect black lace fabric I wanted to use for the backdrop. To add to this I handmade large black and white paper flowers to accentuate the flowers on the lace fabric. I had so much fun making these. I also purchased lovely black rosette fabric and made that into the table linen.

The talented Lisa from (Cakes and Biscuits by Lisa) created the gorgeous engagement cake, cupcakes, cake pops, macaroons and biscuits. Other sweet treats included Persian Fairy Floss, Lemon Meringues, and Chocolate Caramel Tarts.

Valeriane from Valeriane Digital did an amazing job in creating a printable file incorporating the stencil design for the candy jar labels, lolly box tags and chocolate bar wrappers.

The white tableware pieces were hired from Old New Borrow Blue. Which included some adorable vintage Fenton Milk Glass Compotes pieces. An old Provincial style hall table was used to display the lolly boxes.

Vendor Credit
By |2018-02-12T09:42:12-07:00December 12th, 2012|Sweets, Weddings|

About the Author:

Hi, I’m Alyssa, and I love seeing all the inspiration on HWTM! Aside for my obvious love of design, parties, and blogging, here are a few random things about me…

1. I’ve done 3 triathlons.

2. I just got married on 3.14.15

3. I’m from Miami, Florida.

4. My 4 favorite Hostess INK collections are Birthday-saurus, Farm birthday, Baby Bistro, and Retro Rainbow.

5. I love to cook but hardly, if ever, repeat dinner recipes.

One Comment

  1. Linda December 14, 2012 at 6:41 am

    You have put together another amazing dessert table. I LOVE it!

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