Wedding Fruit Display for Chocolate Fountain Buffet at Plaza Restaurant

>>  8/14/2012

I used one of my old watermelon designs to present a fruit display for a chocolate fountain buffet. You can't see a chocolate fountain on the picture, it came later.

That day a bride's family came early to the restaurant to check up how things were going on. A bride's brother (a 10 years old boy) came to me while I was working on the display. I really love how children react  our edible art. They don't hide their astonishment and joy. He investigated all the things about the fruit display and what it was made of. And when he would be allowed to eat it. 

Apart from my display there were other interesting things at the restaurant hall. A barmen was building a champagne tower (champagne pyramid), a lady was decorating with a baloon heart. But the fruit sculpture attracted him the most. He took my business cards and distributed it in coming guests saying "Look at the watermelon, the swans are made from daikon and the flowers are from bell peppers".
I got a perfect advertizing campaign that day! 

Here are the photographs of the wedding decorations:

wedding fruit display
Fruit carving display for a chocolate fountain buffet

wedding fruit carving display vegetable decor
Daikon swans and bell pepper flowers

vegetable carving flowers wedding display
Kohlrabi roses
Watermelon, all flowers and apples are carved with a thai knife.

apple garnish
apple carving

wedding fruit carving in apples
apple carving

wedding baloon heart
Baloon heart

heart wedding cake
Wedding cake in a heart shape

champagne pyramid
Champagne tower (pyramid)

3 коммент. :

PF CHANGS LOCAL August 14, 2012 at 10:25 AM  

The cakes are amazing. You can definitely tell alot of work was put into them. Great blog.

Kathleen Richardson August 15, 2012 at 5:14 AM  

Everything about this post is wonderful, Selena. Loved seeing your artwork and the other displays at the wedding. Wasn't the champagne glass display amazing? I'd hate to have been the first person to remove a piece from your creation--it was too beautiful to destroy. The bride's brother appears to have a future as a publicist!

Keep writing...

Selena (Fruit Carving Studio) August 16, 2012 at 3:18 AM  

Kathleen, I woudn't be angry then someone eats my display. It's like to destroy a cake :)
The champaign tower was wonderful. To make a fake smoke they add boiling water into the bowl with ice.

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