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Pie a’ la Bella

August 30th, 2010 by Carrie

We were honored to be a part of the dessert display for the wedding of the former editor, Ali Basye of Seattle Bride and her now new husband Todd.

All the French pastries were created by the Tallant House. The spread was truly amazing; from home made marshmallow Smores, tarts, chocolate domes and more. All… simply delicious!

The centerpiece featured our Bella Cupcake Couture Olivia Sea Blue
and Olivia Silver/White with individual pies set into each wrapper.

You might say they are “Strong enough for a pie, but Made for a Cupcake”. (some fun advertisement humor. Do you recognize the slogan? If so, include in comments below)

Each Pie a’ la Bella was placed sweetly on a beautiful Clara French cupcake stand.
White cupcake stands with other pastries were provided by Totally Tabletops.

The whole display and French-inspired wedding set up was absolutely gorgeous! The wedding will be featured in an upcoming article. We will keep you posted.

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3 Responses

  1. fabgab

    Hi there! Cute site and great photos.

    I'm a NY event planner who is obsessed with cupcakes. I also have a style blog which you should check out. I just wrote a couple entries on cupcakes
    http://fabgabblog.com/?s=cupcake
    stop by and say hi!

  2. Clara French Ceramique

    It was a treat be part of creating such an amazing dessert table! The French Pastries where divine and pies made so much sweeter with Bella Cupcake Couture Wrappers!

  3. Ali Basye

    Hey! I just saw your post and have to tell you how very excited Todd and I were to have Bella Cupcake Couture (as well as Clara French Ceramiques) contribute to our wedding dessert bar. Judy did such a stunning job with the array of pastries and treats and her artistry is simply underscored by your efforts. Thank you!!!!

    I promise to share pictures as soon as we get them in.

    And the slogan is "Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman!" right? I forget what deodorant (shaving cream?) did it, though. Secret?