22 Feb

Vintage-Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

We’re absolutely smitten with this chic VINTAGE-GOTHIC Inspired Sweets Table by Natty of Half Dozen Design! And although it was originally styled for a wedding, this look would also translate beautifully to a chic, outside-the-box Bridal Shower or Valentine’s Day celebration, don’t you think? ;)

From gorgeous dessert trays lined with lace & book pages to cookies tied up like tiny packages, the styling on this table is truly fantastic! And what could be a more fitting signature drink for this fun theme than Love Potion, right? Especially when it’s served up in lovely custom bottles with stripey straws declaring “Til Death Do Us Part“!

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Read on for lots more gorgeous images + creative details…

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

Vintage Gothic Wedding Dessert Table

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PARTY DETAILS, as told by Natty

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“I created this Dessert Table for a Gothic inspired Wedding Event that took place in The Wedding House in Liverpool City, England. The Creative Brief was “an alternative Gothic Dessert Table”.

I chose a dark color palette, but I did not want it to be over whelmed with black as I though that would be too gloomy. I used, grey, cream and off-white to perk things up a bit and silver was used to add light to the table.

I used pages from old books as tray liners and used lace and ribbon to dress up the liners and also tied them around the jars that were filled with sweets. I thought this added a really nice Vintage Gothic twist to the décor.

I used craft paper and the old book pages to make handmade rosettes which I then glued custom printables on to.

The treats included:
– Black Velvet Cupcakes & Layer cake.
– Coconut Truffles
– Mini Meringues
– Cupcakes in Jars
– White Chocolate Covered Mini Oreos
– Cake Pops
– Candy Coated Ginger Snaps
– Plus a variety of Candy and Sweets

I think the table would work really well for Valentine’s Day especially as an alternative to the usual red and pink. How refreshing to see something other than the run of the mill traditional color pallet.”

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VENDOR CREDITS:

– Party Styling & Desserts: Natty of Half Dozen Design
– Photography: Rhian Askins

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19Comments

1
Rowaida Flayhan SAYS:

So beautiful and chic love it

Reply February 23, 2012 at 12:32 am

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Rhian SAYS:

A fabulous dessert table, Natty has an amazing talent!

Reply February 23, 2012 at 2:49 am

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Sarah SAYS:

What a stunning theme – I love the simplicity of the cake; it sits so well with the more complex patterns and designs.

Reply February 23, 2012 at 3:29 am

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Sheri Jones SAYS:

Very, very creative! Beautifully done…my niece would have loved this for her wedding!

Reply February 23, 2012 at 5:15 am

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luxialopez SAYS:

It’s so cute & beautiful! !!! :)

Reply February 23, 2012 at 7:27 am

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Jasmine SAYS:

Too good to be true I think the cakes In jar are really really cute bravo natalie

Reply February 23, 2012 at 7:33 am

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Girls Hair Acessories SAYS:

Love your ideas…Beautiful!!!

Reply February 23, 2012 at 11:27 am

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marissaa. SAYS:

great ideas! Thanks! white with touches of black is what I want for my wedding

xoxo

Marissa, Fold Up Flats

Reply February 23, 2012 at 7:41 pm

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gayle SAYS:

Wow, it’s so dramatic and lovely! What a gorgeous wedding table!

Reply February 23, 2012 at 8:24 pm

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Mike B. SAYS:

Very elegant! Would help make any party look extraordinary!

Reply February 23, 2012 at 8:42 pm

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Kym {Love Wed Bliss} SAYS:

Love the vintage papers! It gives a black and white theme a lovely softer vibe.

Reply February 24, 2012 at 3:48 am

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shavonne SAYS:

Love these ideas thanks !

Reply February 24, 2012 at 6:51 am

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Wander Woman SAYS:

Love the goth-girly theme! It’s a bit busy for me (the ribbons, lace and newspaper/book print together), but I think using pages of books to line dessert/apps trays and make little festive doodads is a great idea! I’m going to steal that idea for my next party!

Reply February 24, 2012 at 8:02 am

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Pamela SAYS:

I am planning my 40th and love this scheme and colours.

Reply February 28, 2012 at 5:38 am

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Jim Unger SAYS:

OMG! I love this!!

Thanks for sharing!

Reply February 28, 2012 at 6:12 am

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