Real Party: Turquoise & Red Wedding

Today’s posts features a ‘real wedding’ of sorts. Each year Nicole Ha Designs and Amazae Special Events host a wedding design showcase known as Una Bella Sera.  This annual showcase brings together some of the top professionals in the wedding industry to create an evening filled with the latest trends, tabletop designs, flowers and food.   The 2009 event featured seven different themes based on the seven continents.

Today we’re taking a look at some of the gorgeous details, captured in these stunning images by the talented photographer Tanja Lippert.  I just love the chocolate brown offset with the turquoise and red accents.  This is such a hot color combination right now and I love how it all came together.

Turquoise & Red Wedding

Chocolate and Cigar Bar

From the red roses to the turquoise beads, this layout is both playful and unique.  The chocolate and cigar bar provides two indulgences that fit in perfectly with the rest of the decor.  The mouthwatering food was whipped up by Thomas John Events.

And what can I possibly say about that cake except LOVE IT!  The mixture of short and tall tiers play nicely with the delicate coral pattern.  The use of color is perfectly balanced by the white background, providing a little pop of color without over doing it.  This edible work of art was created by I Dream of Cake, one of our Top Tier cake designers.

A very special thanks to Tanja Lippert Photography, Nicole Ha Designs and Amazae Special Events for sharing this lovely event with us.  Be sure to watch for Una Bella Sera 2010!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured on TLC, DIY Network, The Cooking Channel, Glamour and more.

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