Burlap and Lace Wedding Dessert Table

Posted on November 29th, 2011 by Kara
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My next winning party feature goes to this gorgeous BURLAP AND LACE WEDDING DESSERT TABLE by Jenny Keller of Jenny Cookies. Oh my goodness…I think I’ve seen a little piece of heaven. This dessert station is absolutely beautiful. I adore the vintage goodness. And the lace, oh, it’s just perfect. From the old suitcases to the coffee filter poms to the burlap rosette flower on the cake…it is all just stunning.

This is what Jenny said about her dessert bar- “Every time I put a dessert table together I think to myself, this one is one of my favorites. Then the next table comes along and I think the same thing. They can’t all be my favorite, but this particular burlap and lace table I did for a recent wedding ranks pretty high on the list.”

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16 thoughts on “Burlap and Lace Wedding Dessert Table

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  1. Darci Marquettee

    Gorgeous Display! It really is breathtaking :) Would you mind telling me what you used to make your pom poms and how you made them so large? I would greatly appreciate any tips. Thanks so much!

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  2. Bonnie Blackmon

    Love the burlap and lace table!!!! Do you have a tutorial or instructions on how to make the burlap and lace pom poms??

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  3. janet

    Absolutely beautiful!!! I am wondering if you would be so kind as to share how to make the pompoms. Stunning! I wish I could have been a guest! You are so creative!

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  4. Maggie Peterson

    I am wondering the same thing as the following posts. What did you use to make the large white/cream pom poms. I see burlap in there but unsure exactly what it is composed of :) You did a lovely job!

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