Dessert Table Inspiration from Amy Atlas
October 26, 2012
It goes without saying that we LOVE us some Amy Atlas. Like girl crush love. She's a styling pioneer and the reason why dessert tables look even more delicious these days. And just when we think she has hit the highest of high notes in beautiful design, she sends us a shoot like this. A beautiful, almost too pretty to eat (but that wouldn't stop us), makes us want to high five each other (if we did that sort of thing) - type of a shoot. It's why Miss Amy can do no wrong in our books, and why we just had to share it with all of you. Want to create something similar? Scroll on down - she broke it all down so you can get the look for less. She's a doll, really she is. See more of the shoot here.
And now Amy's breaking it all down so you can recreate this gorgeous table in your own home. Want to make your neighbors envious of your stylish ways? Here's your blueprint...

One: Cake / Two: Cake Stand / Three: Linen / Four: Lantern / Five: Vase / Six: Platter
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From Amy Atlas... This was a styled shoot inspired by a charcoal and lavender palette I've been drawn to.  The lace detail and ruching was inspired by fall fashion collections and would work really well for a wedding. 

Photography: Johnny Miller / Art Direction + Styling: Amy Atlas (See more inspiration in Amy's book, Sweet Designs) / Cake + Mini Cupcakes: The Caketress / Cupcakes: Erica O'Brien Cake Design / Cookies: Patti Paige of Baked Ideas / Cake Pops: New York Cake Pops / Lavender Meringue Kisses + Macarons: Dominique Ansel Bakery