Thursday, January 27, 2011

Pretty Vintage Cakes by Enlightened Patisserie

My friend Nickol Hayden-Cady of Enlightened Patisserie participated in the Bravo! Central Oregon Wedding Affair show this past weekend, and I was so excited to be able to help her with some decor and DIY projects for the show. Working with a vintage antique theme, we made DIY antique book page pinwheels with buttons and tissue paper poms which were hung on vintage doors, old window frames and curtains as curtain ties. Nickol showcased 14 different and seriously amazing cakes that she crafted for the occasion, all with a vintage theme, that were placed on her collection of vintage cake stands and stacked on old books. She also set up an antique dessert table with a meringue cake, macarons, madelines, tiny meringues and rock candy that was so perfect! 
Pretty amazing, right?? I am constantly amazed at Nickol's work - her cakes feature ruffles, cameos, flowers, feathers, and pearls and she's not afraid of color or thinking outside the (cake) box, which I love about her!

Cakes and photos by Enlightened Patisserie

12 comments:

  1. Oh my Gosh Annie This is the most special Post that you have written. Thank you so Much, I feel so loved. And I thank you from the bottom of my heart for helping me put this all together. You are the best and a great friend!! Thank you a thousand times!!!!

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  2. Wow! These are all just delightful and so beautiful!

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  3. it looks so beautiful! i LOVE those cakes!

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  4. They're so tall and slender-how gorgeous!

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  5. Omg. I want cake now, so badly. Even though these are entirely too gorgeous to eat!

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  6. Wow such a gifted friend! She does amazing work - so pretty...almost too pretty to eat.

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  7. What amazing work she does! Love them all...and want to have a bite of all of them. So gorgeous!

    xoxo
    kristi

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  8. Absolutely amazing!!! Nickol's work is the BEST in town & her pretty little delicacies are simply delectable!

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