Monday, August 29, 2011

Havana Nights

Welcome to Havana Nights! Our fabulous clients Trey and Paul wanted us to create a dessert table based on the ad and logo for their event. When we looked at this design it made us think of old Havana. We wanted to take that concept and make it hip and chic. A little sparkle sand here a little bit of white palm branches there and you have Havana with a taste of Miami nightclub!

Everyone had a favorite dessert. Our clients adored the vanilla cake pops with cream cheese frosting. After the DJ sampled all the treats, the peanut butter pretzels were hands down his favorite.

Great care was taken in recreating our client's company's logo. We placed it on the mini cupcakes, red velvet cake pops, and on the labels.

These Casablanca lilies lit up in the coral colored submersible lights.

Who can resist the sand and palm leaves? If there weren't food on it, we'd be tempted to sink our feet into it.

Crunchy, candy coated cake pops!


  1. The title of your post drew me in, but, although the table looks beautiful, nothing could be further from a true Havana dessert table. Cuba has so many wonderful desserts! Where are the pastelitos (guava pastries) or capuchinos (cone-shaped sponge cakes soaked in syrup), guava paste with cheese, or one of the many different kinds of stewed fruit in sugar syrup? Or you could have pulled from its Spanish roots and shown a flan, or a custard! There's nothing wrong with a good cake pop, so why not make it an espresso cake pop! Nothing, nothing about this dessert table says Havana. Oh, and those white lilies are not native to the tropics.



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