Jingle bells, jingle bells…. Dashing through the snow…. Or powdered sugar!

This has been the story of my life as of late after a ‘Snow Sprinkle’ I had this past weekend featuring a cocoa bar and a chocolate and powdered sugar dessert table that I’m very excited to show you all soon. With the dust of powdered sugar still settling in the air I wanted to share a dessert table I designed and baked for last year this time to get you all in the sweet Christmas confection mood. Don’t miss the Bakerella recipes included!

This white winter wonderland dessert table brings the season to life in the most sinfully sweet way. Like a sugar coated forest, this magical dessert table features such delicious delights as red velvet candy cane cakesicles sprinkled with peppermint, fluffy red velvet cake sandwiches and piles of fluffy white snowballs. Tree shaped towers of powdered donuts invited guests to nibble their way through the eye candy, which glittered with soft candlelight. Button covered yarn balls clustered in piles like snowballs while puffy light gold flecked tissue balls created a soft snow falling backdrop for the winter wonderland tablescape. Lined with a marshmallows tree forest and smiley snowmen, there was plenty of frosting to go around, sure to make Frosty the Snowman proud. Feathery white flower tops and baby’s breath were used to create a delicate floral Christmas tree while milk glass vases also topped with baby’s breath were scattered through out the birch filled forest.

Red Velvet Cakesicles: Make your own cakesicles with these super fun delectable treats! We used candy canes as the sticks and sprinkled them with peppermint toppings. We used red velvet to keep in line with the holiday palette.

Frosty’s Frosted Cookie Sandwiches: Top sugar cookies (or red velvet cookies with white frosting!) with red frosting and sandwich with another cookie to create a yummy red and white sugar cookie sandwich.

Santa’s Snowballs: Bake cupcakes in jumbo sized cupcake tins then cover with frosting all over and roll in shaved coconut for a snowy sweet snack.

These darling ornament dessert tags are available to purchase to make your winter dessert table sweet and santa worthy.

Dessert Table Design, Dessert Bar Tags & Baking by Alchemy Fine Events & Invitations

Photography by Justin Lee

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11 Responses to “Confection to Celebration: Red and White Winter Wonderland Holiday Dessert Table”

  1. Miriam on December 8th, 2010 8:30 am

    OMG Vanessa that is out of control!! It is amazing..We def need to do a holiday party..lol add that to the list ha! This is stunning, you out did yourself…love love love all your work!!! Can’t wait for the upcoming Wedding you are doing :)

  2. Alchemy Fine Events & Invitations on December 8th, 2010 8:54 am

    Me too Miriam!! So excited to work together again. :)

  3. Jennifer on December 8th, 2010 9:55 am

    This is so pretty! Where did you get those tree cake stands? I love them!!

  4. Taylor on December 8th, 2010 1:20 pm

    I adore the creams and whites. It looks like a delicious cloud! I am hosting the dessert portion of Christmas progressive dinner and will do my best to put your great ideas into effect.

  5. Lilly on December 8th, 2010 2:08 pm

    I am abolutely floored everytime I see Vanessa’s work. How does all this talent come from one person?

  6. Los Angeles Wedding Planner on December 8th, 2010 11:51 pm

    As always truely amazing display.

  7. valeria on December 9th, 2010 5:21 pm

    Outstanding. Fresh and fun but not too cutedie

  8. Half Baked - The Cake Blog » Real Party: Winter Wonderland on December 22nd, 2010 8:13 am

    [...] A very special thank you to Alchemy Fine Events for the amazing party inspiration and to Justin Lee for the stunning photography.  You can see and read more about this wonderful wintry display on the Alchemy Blog. [...]

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  10. Half Baked - The Cake Blog » Real Party: Snow Sprinkle on January 5th, 2011 9:38 am

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