Rustic Wedding Cake

10 Nov

 Rustic Wedding Cake

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Like they say in there ad “it’s a beautiful day in Pinehurst”.  It was indeed a beautiful Fall day for Erin and Bill’s  wedding. Both the wedding and reception was held at The Fair Barn, a great space to hold two functions. The wedding was held out doors with the reception in the Barn.  The rustic style of this reception was perfect for the surroundings.   Along with the wedding cake,  (yellow butter cake with almond butter cream) there was a cupcake bar with chocolate and yellow butter cupcakes iced in chocolate, vanilla and almond butter cream.  White Rabbit catering was the food vendor. Margaret Smith (Maggie’s Farm) was the florist.

Cupcake Bar  Cupcake Bar using all heights of plates and stands  to  elevate the cupcakes.

 

 

 

Seating sign                          Pumpkins with table numbers     This was the seating sign.   Table numbers  and names were placed on tiny pumpkins. Pick up YOUR pumpkin with your name and number to find your table. Very cute and clever.

tables & decorationsBeautiful flowers on each table along with large pumpkins. Each table pumpkin had a different number that matched the guests seating number. The burlap runners on each table along with the wire reel for the wedding cake added to the rustic feel of the reception.

wire reel

 

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2 Responses to “Rustic Wedding Cake”

  1. June Kowalczyk November 10, 2013 at 12:32 pm #

    Nice idea… the pumpkins. Your cake looks great on the stand…. :o)

    • Betty November 10, 2013 at 3:39 pm #

      Thanks for looking June.

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