I finally had the opportunity to decorate a "Cheese" Cake. I had the pleasure to work with a fantastic Bride and Groom (Kate and Ryan) who had the most eclectic wedding style. The theme for there wedding seemed to be Non-Traditional. It was fabulous! They choose to have a "Cheese" Cake in lieu of a traditional wedding cake. The Bride went to an amazing local cheese shop in Vancouver ( Les Amis du Fromage ) and picked out rounds of cheese in varying sizes. Not to mention the cake looked great it cost less then $300. How it works, after they the cake cutting the Cheese Wheels are taken back to the kitchen and made into a cheese platter. This is great alternative to a midnight snack.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
I cannot believe I am saying this but I am in love with bubble veils right now. I am usually so appalled by anything that was in fashion in the 80's but here I am. As long as pouffy sleeves are not going to come back I am going to embrace this trend. Check these beauties that Sara Gabriel has designed.
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Thursday, July 2, 2009
WOW! This is the perfect wedding, lots of fun, beautiful without blowing the bank. I love the little details they incorporated, they have done a quilt guest book with old fashion quills. Clusters of vintage camera's for guests to take each others photo's. They continued the theme throughout and didn't miss a detail.
Ginny and Ed's wedding was featured on Once Wed.
The photographer is Josh Goleman.
Wednesday, June 24, 2009
I have been working on this Inspiration Board for quite sometime now, it took forever to get the right photo's. Hope you like it!
Colorful Macaroons, Photo from flickr