Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Vintage Peacock Wedding

I'm so excited to share these cookies I made for a wedding this past weekend!  The sensational Sheri contacted me a while back about making some cookies for her daughter, Brynn's wedding.  When she told me the theme was peacocks and all things vintage I couldn't stop daydreaming about potential cookie designs.

Sheri was so incredible at communicating the flavor of the wedding by sending me pictures of the gorgeous couple, the jewelry she was going to wear (vintage cameo from her great grandma!), the invitation, the cake topper (two vintage deer!) and her bouquet (made from vintage brooches, burlap, and white peacock feathers!  gasp!).  Sheri was so sweet to email me some pictures from Saturday and I want to see more.  Beyond stunning!  I love how weddings are becoming so personal and individual to the couple.

So, without further ado:  here are some of the cookies I had the honor of creating for Nicholas & Brynn's special day!





 

7 comments:

  1. OH MY!!!!!!! Liz each cookie gave me goose bumps or shall I say PEACOCK bumps! Amazing amazing amazing!!!! The cameo's are to die for! Fabulous!

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  2. My favorite is the faux bois -- love it!!

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  3. Unbelievable! You're talent is out of this world and I can't imagine how long those took to make.

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  4. Absolutely edible works of stunning art, each and every one. Breathtakingly so.

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  5. The bride must have been over the moon! Your scroll work is amazing! I can never seem to make mine so rounded. The "jewelry" is so incredible! You are one talented gal! :)

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  6. I completely agree with the others, these are just outstanding works of art!

    I just had to include them in a peacock themed wedding idea board on my blog! You can check them out here if you are interested: http://uniquepasticheevents.com/2013/07/31/modern-bright-peacock-wedding-ideas/

    Thanks for sharing your creations :)

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