Tuesday, September 24, 2013

"Bye Bye Summer!" Sweet Table.

Hello, dear readers! Here's last weekend's big project, a "Bye bye summer!" sweet table! This past Sunday, we were having guests for a little party at our home which I had already been planning for a few weeks. I totally was in the mood for making another sweet table (find the other older party tables here, so I have been thinking about a theme and decided to say bye bye to summer. For this occasion, I then needed a color concept and decided on using a bright yellow in combination with lots of white and natural colors, eeeks!

I made plenty of super delicious apple-cinnamon cupcakes (recipe coming soon) and my very first homemade cheesecake (recipe also coming soon). Moreover, I bought donuts, popcorn and the thing which is called "Americans" here in Germany (but in English-speaking foreign countries, these tasty pieces of pastry are called "black and white cookies" and are usually available in two colors).
To decorate the sweet table, I collected constalks and grasses and bought tiny pumpkins on the market.
Mhhh, my very first homemade cheesecake, it turned out sooo good!
Moreover, I'm especially proud of all those delicious cupcakes. Flo said they were the best I have made so far, yay! :)
As many of the other decor elements, the paper dishes were sponsored by partyerie, my favorite shop for party supplies. :)
Oh, I'm so happy about how bright the photos have turned out and how pure the sweet table looks with this nice combination of color and light.
The honey combs were part of the package that I've chosen from partyerie, but the pompoms are handmade and the tassel bunting, too. I used fabric leftovers, cut it in stripes and Flo was so sweet to help me to tie them onto the cord.
Our party was great and apart from all the tasty sweet things, we also had another food table with savory things, partly prepared by me, partly with things brought by our guests.

I'm so proud of this lovely sweet table and how I was able to capture its prettyness. :) I hope you like it, too, and are inspired for an own sweet table or themed meal!

Like last time when I organized the summer picnic, my cooperation partner partyerie hast sponsored this sweet table project: Birgit let me choose my favorite items for her shop for this project, but see yourself:
All items shown above can be found in Birgit's DaWanda shop partyerie and many of them are also available in other colors for different party concepts. I love working with her and her shop is one of my favorites, not only because of her wide range of items and bright and pretty product photos. :)
Have fun shopping there!

Thanks for reading and have fun preparing your own next food table!
Lu

P.S.: Although some items shown in this blog post were sponsored, this does not influence my personal opinion about this shop!

11 comments:

  1. I love it Lu.You are amazing ^_^

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  2. Liebe Lu,
    das sieht ja super einladend aus! Ich wäre gerne einer deiner Gäste gewesen! Deine positive Ausstrahlung kommt selbst bei diesem "süßen Buffet" durch!
    Liebe Grüße vom Bodensee,
    Frau Mani

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  3. Der Sweet Table sieht absolut ummwerfend aus! Ich mag besonders die Dekoration mit den Gräsern und dem Kürbis! Lecker lecker da hätte ich sicher auch zugegriffen :)

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  4. wow. die sachen sehen alle so süß aus. ich muss mir den laden gleich mal genauer ansehen. ne tortenplatte kann ich nämlich auch noch gebrauchen

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  5. Boah, das sieht supertoll aus! Alles passt perfekt zusammen:) So ein buffet möchte ich auch mal machen. Vielleicht für meinen 30. Geburtstag;)
    Sag mal, wie hast du den Cheesecake gemacht? Nach welchem Rezept?

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    1. Meine Liebe, vielen Dank! :) Das Käsekuchenrezept kommt dann auch bald als Blogpost, ist aus dem Landfrauenverein meiner Oma. :D

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  6. Liebe Lu,
    das Buffet sieht wunderschön aus. Ich bin froh, dass die Farbe nichts mit der Wahl zu tun hat :)
    veiel Grüße
    Berit

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  7. Die Farben und die Deko sehen so schön aus! Gar nicht zu reden von den leckeren Süßigkeiten, ich freue mich schon auf die Rezepte!:)

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