The detail diners serve up morning tea
Chapter two – Sweet nothings
When no more piping hot pies or slices of cheese could be consumed, our guests moseyed over to the sweet table where a bounty of treats were waiting to tempt.
The design / Our sweet table was in complete contrast to the colourful and chaotic on goings of the savoury table seen in Chapter One.
Fluoro-pink spray painted plates and circles topped with treats were neatly arranged on top of brown paper, crafting a minimal and streamlined look. To mirror the design on the table, a string of pink and gold circles looped down from above creating a soft and delicate ambiance.
The menu / To match the delicate design we went with a menu that was soft and feminine. The table was set with lines of lemon meringue cupcakes, pastel coloured macaroons, mini raspberry tarts with micro flowers (almost too pretty to eat), chocolate chunk brownies, conservative slices of peanut butter fudge and small portions of Eton Mess, served in tall shot glasses and topped with pomegranate.
Kids table / Just in case our treat table wasn’t quite sweet enough, we got the gorgeous kids involved with decorating cupcakes at their own kids’ table.
Thanks for joining us, until next time!
Effie and Maddy x
Photos by: James Patrick Photography