Did this photo catch your eye or what? If you
answered no, I don't believe you. About a month
ago, my fellow blogger Lynn from her lovely Paris
Boutique Hotel Journal posted some photos from
Amy Atlas who is a New York based Dessert planner.
I was totally drooling over the photos and upon further
investigation...was soon gawking over her creations.
Her creations are absolutely stunning and give some
great inspirations for simple ways to table scape.
Here is a table she designed for an event a candy store.
Amy Atlas creates and designs many of the desserts,
candy and overall presentation of the table.
Her modern take on a candy table
from the past is simply brilliant.
If you think about it, using candy jars is not difficult. It's
the carefully coordinated candy and labels that make the
end product so spectacular.
Hand made goodies.
A mod dessert table for a company party.
How cool is that? That's one company
party I'd love to attend!
The miniature cupcakes are so cute!
A totally monochromatic Mother's Day even table.
Macarons!! My favorite. The cake is great reference
to the garden green color as it looks like a trellis in a garden.
How about a Fuschia wedding dessert table?
The handmade desserts look so scrumptious.
The table cloths and paper are carefully
coordinated with the desserts.
This birthday spread is every little girl's dream.
The color scheme could make it also perfect
for Valentine's Day.
She doesn't use a lot of embellishments, but what she
does use such as her signs and letters are definitely
Something as simple as color coordinating the packaging
against a patterned board can contribute greatly to the
Now Amy Atlas doesn't have a book out. If she
did, I would surely purchase it. But if you liked
her style, I highly recommend this book which has
a lot of fantastic ideas for desserts and table settings.
I own this book and it's one of my favorites for ideas
on desserts and table presentation.