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Sweet Combo: Bold Zebra + Tiffany Blue

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zebra dessert table

We’re loving the BOLD zebra twist that Jasmine from The Couture Cakery added to the always-classic Tiffany-blue/white color palette for this dessert table she recently styled. The simple, all-white serving dishes and symmetrical layout of the treats provide a nice balance to the high-contrast zebra patterns, and the result is a table that’s modern, stylish, and the perfect amount of playful!

{And if you love this look and want to try something REALLY bold for spring/summer… consider swapping out the soft blue for a bright lemon yellow or vibrant lime green!}

zebra dessert table

zebra dessert table

zebra dessert table

zebra dessert table

zebra dessert table

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Jasmine...

Theme:
I was invited to do a dessert table for the Knot‘s tent at the I Do In Style bridal showcase. The color scheme was a Tiffany blue with black and white zebra print accents. The contrast of colors created an eye-popping display. The stunning photos were taken by the very talented Leslie Gilbert.

Cake:
With the zebra print cake being the focal point of the table I added some ribbon rosettes that I made since ribbon is a big trend in party decor right now. Rhinestone banding on the base of each tier and disco dust sprinkled on the cake added just a touch of bling.

Desserts Included:
– Marshmallow Pops, Whirley Pops, & Chocolate Cake Pops
–French Macaron Cookies in Tiffany Blue with Chocolate Ganache Filling
– Mini Cupcakes in Zebra Print Liners with Flower Shaped Chocolate Zebra Print Cupcake Toppers
– White Chocolate Dipped Pretzels & Yogurt Covered Pretzels
– Zebra Striped Oreo Cookies
– Carmel Corn
– M&Ms, Peach Flavored Black & White Gummy Penguins, & Gummy Sharks
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Iced Zebra Striped Cookies.

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VENDOR CREDITS:
– Table Styling: The Couture Cakery
– Photography: Leslie Gilbert Photography
– Cake, Cupcakes, Pretzels, Cake Pops, Marshmallow Pops: The Couture Cakery
– Iced Cookies: Edible Art
– Macarons, Caramel Corn: Sweet Annie’s (contact The Couture Cakery)
– Oreo Cookies & Chocolate Zebra Mini Cupcake Toppers: Sweeties by Kim
– Florals: Splints & Daisies
– Linens: Special Occasions
– Wedding planner: Planned Perfection
– Venue: Inn at Leola Village

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

14 responses to “Sweet Combo: Bold Zebra + Tiffany Blue”

  1. I always have a thing for the cliche pink and zebra pattern color scheme, but this tiffany blue and zebra is even more fabulous! It looks sophisticated yet totally fun.Thanks for sharing

  2. Andrea Fraga says:

    WOW! Jasmine, gorgeous… You are on a roll girls!!!!

  3. HiLLjO says:

    LOVE animal print + pops of color. This is a great twist on the Tiffany blue.

  4. Sandi says:

    Love this fun color combo!

  5. melissa says:

    This is gorgeous ,love the color combo!!

  6. Jade says:

    Amazing…but not suprising, as everything on this blog is always amazing!

  7. Absolutely adorable, I’d love a party with this theme and colours for myself :)

  8. Jen Absherss says:

    I love love love this theme so much, it is my daughters Spa party colors for her birthday. Can’t wait to see how awesome it looks in person

  9. Weddingish says:

    Now THIS is amazing! Reading the subject line, I was expecting a, well, disaster. But this was so tastefully done! Thanks so much for passing along.

  10. Kara Jerdon says:

    I am doing a graduation party in this theme.
    Your desert table is fabulous!

  11. Deshay Collier says:

    I really Love the color Theme. I showed my daughter pictures of your sweet buffet and she fell in love with it!

  12. Anita says:

    I have zebra print in my wedding combo, along with lime green!! I love this idea!! Can u tell me where you bought the square zebra print dishes that are placed infront of the cake. Would be very helpful.

  13. Ary says:

    Such a chic dessert table!! A friend and I are using this as an inspiration for a baby shower. Quick question: where did you guys get those beautiful labels?