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Real Wedding: Yellow and Black Damask Table by Lifelong Studios

Image Credit: Lifelong Studios

This next dessert table is proof that inspiration can come from just about anywhere. And in this bride and groom’s case, it was all about the incredible black and yellow palette with modern, whimsical detailing. For me, I was also inspired by one of my dearest role models, Amy Atlas. A few years ago, Amy’s black and yellow damask-prink dessert table was one of the first times I stopped dead in my tracks and told myself, “wow, that is amazing!” Amy is the queen of desserts, and if you haven’t already, her Sweet Designs blog is a must-read.

In terms of overall design, Ally and Ryan were not afraid to “go there” and the result was a gorgeous, graphic inspired affair. Photographed to perfection by Life Long Studios and styled by Staci Mandikas and team over at Unique Event Design, you will love this wedding.

For a link of the complete gallery on Lifelong Studio’s blog here.

Behind the Scenes Notes:
1. Ugh! Why couldn’t I have filled the milk shots before the shots were taken?
2. Towards the end of the wedding, wedding planner Staci Mandikas grabbed our black, Ikea frame, we pushed the dessert table out of the way and had an impromptu photoshoot with Ally and Ryan. So. Much. Fun.

Dessert Table Styling: Chic Sweets
Tissue Poms: Pom Tree
Linens: Connie Duglin
Event Design and Planning: Unique Event Design
Photography: Lifelong Studios
Venue: Lange Farm

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