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Baby Shower Dessert Table at Savoy Hotel London

The prettiest baby shower dessert table for the sweetest-mama-to-be at The Savoy Hotel London.

Baby Shower Dessert Table London
Amidst one of the most stressful days I had while we ran the shop I had the absolute pleasure of helping set up this beautiful baby shower dessert tables of macaron towers, the prettiest pink layer cake and matching baby-cakes, Muffles and S'mores for one of the nicest couples I've ever met - Laura and Michael.
Baby Shower Cake London
The brief was super girly with LOTS of PINK. No bonus points for guessing whether it's a boy or a girl ;) We made a bespoke pink doughnut, macaron and popcorn cake with matching mini-cakes in the prettiest shades of pink which were displayed on a lovely towering cake stand Laura sourced. With pink peanut butter & raspberry muffles, s'mores and TWO macaron towers complementing the cake tower the dessert table was so inviting. The florists at the Savoy amped up the pretty factor with a floral teddy bear and macaron tower base arrangements too!

Macaron Tower

Laura styled the whole dessert table by sourcing fab balloons from Bubble Gum Girls and had lovely place-setting calligraphy tags by Judy Broad Calligraphy. 

Dessert Tables London

Sometimes, I REALLY love my job, especially when customers are SO COOL with such great taste. I'm sure Laura and Michael will have made the cutest baby ever (because they're such a cute couple) and that baby is going to have the best taste ever and probably a bit of a sweet tooth ;)

Dessert Tables London

Lots of love,

Reshmi xoxo

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