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4 Wedding Dessert Tables You'll Love

  • Belathee Photography, New York, NY
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Dessert Table Theme #1: A Pretty Pink and Gray Dessert Table

Amy Atlas a quilted pattern on top of her pink and white fondant cupcakes and added bubblegum pink sugar-made "keys" to finish them off.
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Dessert Table Theme #1: A Pretty Pink and Gray Dessert Table

Amy Atlas filled square white dishes with pink Jelly Belly's and M&Ms, perfect for guests to grab throughout the evening. As a sweet send-off, she also added individual pink take-home boxes, tied off with gray ribbons.
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Dessert Table Theme #1: A Pretty Pink and Gray Dessert Table

A dessert bar wouldn't be complete without milk! Amy Atlas  filled glasses with strawberry milk and added "Be Mine" stirrer sticks to finish them off.
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Dessert Table Theme #2: An Elegant All-White Dessert Table

Amy Atlas designed this all-white table for a bridal shower brunch. A simple white cake gives the table a focal point, while large white balloons create a fun (and easy-to-DIY!) backdrop.
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Dessert Table Theme #2: An Elegant All-White Dessert Table

The four-tiered Amy Atlas cake was covered with white fondant and designed to look like soft eyelet fabric -- an elegant twist on the simple white cake.
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Dessert Table Theme #2: An Elegant All-White Dessert Table

In addition to cake, Amy Atlas topped off the dessert table with torrone nougat, coconut macarons, and truffles. White lemonade (tagged with "Best Wishes" straws) finished the look.
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Dessert Table Theme #3: A Graphic Black and Yellow Dessert Bar

Amy Atlas made quite a statement when she created this graphic black and yellow dessert bar. The black-and-white wall paper backdrop sets a funky tone, while the bright yellow flowers and cake design seem to pop off the table.
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Dessert Table Theme #3: A Graphic Black and Yellow Dessert Bar

When it comes to an Amy Atlas dessert table, it's all in the details. Here, black laquer dessert stands create a sleek frame for mini lemon cupcakes and custom black-and-white chocolates.
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Dessert Table Theme #3: A Graphic Black and Yellow Dessert Bar

Sugar-covered lemon wedge candies, chocolate-covered pretzels, and cookies filled out the rest of this Amy Atlas modern dessert display.
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Dessert Table Theme #4: A Vintage Candy Store Theme 

Amy Atlas gave the old-school candy counter look a pretty upgrade with paper flag banners and a soft blue and white backdrop.
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Dessert Table Theme #4: A Vintage Candy Store Theme 

The key to pulling off the look? Amy Atlas kept the look cohesive using bright, colorful candies like sugar dots, ribbon twists, and licorice.
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Dessert Table Theme #4: A Vintage Candy Store Theme

Amy Atlas used simple, glass apothecary jars to fill out the rest of the table. Hint: Don't forget the pretty signage!

4 Wedding Dessert Tables You'll Love

Dessert Table Theme #1: A Pretty Pink and Gray Dessert Table Dessert table extraordinaire, Amy Atlas created this custom dessert table playing off a "love is the key to my heart" theme. In lieu of the more expected pink and red color palette, she used a fresh, modern bubblegum pink and pale gray combo to pull it all together.

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  • Belathee Photography, New York, NY

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