I have so many photos from the last few weeks that I want to share, but I haven’t had a chance to take them off my camera yet so instead I’ll share something that I worked on last February. The cookie platter below was for a beautiful winter destination wedding in the Berkshire’s which was held at Cranwell. The bride and groom wanted to do something fun and different for their guests to go along with the traditional wedding and groom’s cakes for dessert. Working with their event planners, Corinthian Events of Boston, we decided to do small platters to be presented to each table when dessert was served. I provided bags and ribbon for packaging so that any leftovers could be packaged and given to guests to take home the next morning at brunch. The colors for the wedding were white, silver, and kelly green. Corinthian Events actually has some professional pictures from the wedding on their website (chose the “wedding gallery” and they are the first 7 images you’ll see). Since we did 15 platters I made them a bit different by changing the gowns on each of the bride cookies. The one seen below is my favorite as I love how the brush embroidery looks like delicate lace!
I also posted an article “Adding Personalization to Your Dessert Course” on the new my Kate Parker Wedding site earlier today which is about incorporating cookie platters into weddings, although it could apply to any celebration or event!