Our past stories have included a Mitzvah Trend feature on candy bars and 5 tips on how to make your own Candy Buffet on a budget. Today’s Mitzvah Inspire is all about delicious looking dessert tables from sought after event designer Amy Atlas. Forget about those old boring Viennese tables, Amy Atlas, who is located in New York City, specializes in creating high end dessert tables.
She is not a pastry chef but an event planner who focuses on all things desserts. A former attorney with no design background, she designs and bakes desserts that fit right into the décor of your party. She pairs yummy treats with beautiful linens, jars and backdrops that are a feast for the eyes as well as the mouth.
Please check out some of her beautiful work below, we hope it will give you some ideas for your child’s upcoming Bar or Bat Mitzvah or any type of party you might be throwing. See pictures below:
This fall table features witch cupcakes, ghost brownies, pumpkin bark and spider-webbed candy apples. An urn filled with branches created an area to hang custom, stamped bags filled with Halloween candy
Snowflakes and lavendar was the theme for this Bat Mitzvah
Pucci inspired design includes custom cupcake tower, custom popcorn cone bar and custom cotton candy sticks
This modern display features a graphic cake, custom yellow and black chocolates, licorice mints, lemon cupcakes and brilliant, yellow gerber daisies
Check out this colorful moroccan dessert table which includes moroccan tea glasses with orange creamsicle panna cotta, a moroccan-inspired cake, Khab El Ghzal (a Moroccan specialty), as well as mum topiaries
Is your child’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah Thanksgiving Day weekend? This Thanksgiving Dessert Table has great ideas! There are turkey cookies, pilgrim cupcakes, mayflower boats filled with pumpkin candies, mini caramel & sugar-dusted pears, and apple cider with cinnamon sticks
For more, check out Amy’s terrific Website.