October 26, 2010
Bridal Market Party Treats
Posted by Erin Furey
We LOVE pretty little sweets and tasty fun desserts at Martha Stewart Weddings, so of course we had to have a lot of them for our bridal market party!
Tribeca Treats makes the perfect sweets, and they tailored their cupcakes and cookies to fit perfectly with our metallic theme.
And Bella Cupcake Couture made mini cupcakes shimmer even more with metallic patterned cupcake wrappers.
Popcorn can be a fun and affordable treat (or favor!), and The Hampton Popcorn Company makes served their delectable snack from their trademark jumbo striped bins. Guests at the party could choose kettle corn, Parmesan popcorn, or chocolate popcorn to fill monogrammed popcorn bags. Those were from For Your Party, which is a fabulous source for personalized paper products (they recreated Linea Carta's "M" on our popcorn bags and cocktail napkins).
And last, but of COURSE not least -- L'Arte del Gelato rolled in their adorable gelato cart filled with flavors like Nocciola delle Langhe (hazelnut from Langhe), Zucca (pumpkin), and Frutti di Bosco (berry).
1 Carrie Middlemiss from Bella Cupcake Couture and Rachel Thebault of Tribeca Treats.
2 Tribeca Treats made beautiful metallic sweets -- chocolate cookies with metallic icing and mini cupcakes with teeny silver dragees. Wrapped up in a Bella Cupcake Couture metallic wrapper. No guest could resist!
4 And they were even more delicious than they looked!
6 Pretty little sweets.
8 Rachel's book "Sweet Chic."
9 The girls from the Hampton Popcorn Company never thought they would run out of their sweet and savory varieties of popcorn with those enormous buckets, but by the end of the night they were cleaned out! The popcorn was served in custom printed bags by For your Party (seen on the table).
10 Kettle corn.
11 Chocolate popcorn.
12 A luscious array of gelato from L'Arte del Gelato was also served.
13 L'Arte del Gelato's famous Gelato Cart. There was a line of guests waiting for gelato all night!
15 Guests could try samples and get a cone or a cup of their favorite flavor!
Thanks so much to Shane Carpenter of Elan Artists for all his beautiful photos.
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