Up Your Cookie Game
April 29, 2015
JPC event designers have been known to pull out all of the stops when creating a traditional cookie display. Imagine a vintage chest overflowing with colorful French macarons or an antique bookcase artfully decorated with your family’s favorite cookies to delight your guests. Together, we can bring these ideas to life to create a one-of a kind experience!
Photo credit: images by Nicole Cassano Photography
Painted Macarons by JPC Event Group
Elevate your cookies and sweets with fine décor. We love these mercury glass bell cloches we found several years ago! They add such an elegant touch to the cookie table.
Put your family’s lovingly home baked work on display in a unique and special way by incorporating your wedding cookies as part of your décor. We will let you in on a little secret- you don’t have to spend time and money searching to find unique props and accent items because we already have them in our repertoire! Additionally, if you choose for the JPC culinary team to create your sweets, we can match your wedding color scheme and create an array of unique mini desserts scrumptious enough to even replace the traditional wedding cake.
For Heather and Eugene’s Rustic Acres Farm wedding, we worked as a team with our client. Chef Rohn Sambol of the JPC culinary team create the gilded peach cookies, while the remainder of the cookies on the vintage book shelf were made by the bride’s family and displayed by the JPC team!
What could be sweeter than showcasing Grandma’s secret recipe as part of your edible event decor?
For Caitlyn’s Kate Spade themed graduation party, the culinary team created an array of French macarons, mini apple galletes, rock candy mini cupcakes, cake pops and brownie triffles, along with an assortment of gourmet push pop triffles. The design team artfully displayed the convections on a collection of vintage mirrored chests topped with golden chevron paper. It was a feast for the eyes and the sweet tooth.
Not wanting a full-blown traditional cookie display, but still wanting a sweet ending for the night? Our culinary team can create an abbreviated selection of fun and tasty treats, displayed in a unique way as your guests depart. Our bookcase of sweets included cheesecake pops, warm cookie and milk shots, French macarons and peanut butter brownie bites that guests grabbed for the ride home.
Display by Garnish Event Design, Sweets by JPC Event Group