Real Party: Romantic White Dessert Bar

Every day we inch closer and closer to February 14th!  Today’s Real Party will definitely get you in the Valentine’s mood.  This Vintage White Dessert Bar by Stardust Pastry has such a romantic feel to it.  In all white with floating hand-strung crystals, antique serving trays and lacy details, this dessert bar is just gorgeous.  Not to mention the stunning cake inspired by the bride’s wedding dress.
Romantic White Dessert Table

Romantic White Dessert Bar

Here is a little of what Summer of Stardust Pastry had to say about this lovely display:

“Playing off of the bride’s wedding gown her bridal cake includes the use of a delicate lace pattern to match her dress. The handmade sugar flowers mimicked her bouquet by using all white peonies and white garden roses. The rest of the dessert bar was filled with goodies for guests to enjoy including white chocolate blackberry mousse shots, mini vanilla bean éclairs, sugar cookies with pearlized fern imprints, Meyer lemon tartlets with caramelized meringue, and pure almond baby cakes with vanilla bean cream. Guests were encouraged to take away white Jordan Almonds, silver dragees, and pearl malt chocolates in personalized bags as wedding favors. The expression on the guest’s faces were priceless!”

A very special thank you to Summer from Stardust Pastry for the incredible cake and dessert table inspiration and to Eric Hegwer for the gorgeous photography .  You can see more of Summer’s amazing cake creations on the Stardust Pastry Website.

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 online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.


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    Carrie Sellman says

    Anna – the mini desserts in the glasses are white chocolate blackberry mousse shots.


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