Halloween Dessert Table by Amy Atlas

September 22nd, 2009


Many of you have undoubtedly seen the works of Amy Atlas, the genius behind Amy Atlas Events and the Sweet Designs Blog. Her stunning dessert tables have been flooding magazines and blogs lately and for good reason. Her work is profoundly delectable and so well put together; almost too good to eat! I love the use of color and cohesive design aesthetic. It’s no surprise that Amy’s Halloween table would be beyond fantastic! Above is a sneak peak from Celebrate Magazine. This picture got me really excited about Halloween this year and I can’t wait to pick up a copy. Find out where to buy the magazine and see more picture from her feature here.

10 Responses to “Halloween Dessert Table by Amy Atlas”

  1. Meg/Brassy Apple Says:

    OH this is simply lovely! So inspired to throw a halloween party now! 🙂

  2. rachel Says:

    Her work is incredible!

  3. A.Love Says:

    i am so inspired by ALL of the amazing fall/halloween creative outlets out there! i don’t even know where to begin. now i want to host a party!

  4. Lindsey Says:

    Amy Atlas = Amazing Creative Genius!
    I love everything she does…so inspiring.

    { Lindsey }

  5. Alison Says:

    The first thing that caught my eye was the stunning typography in there, but once I deterred my eyes from that, I saw that the display is equally stunning! It’s so adorable! My family has never been one to do Halloween up big, but this makes it very, very tempting.

  6. Fiona Says:

    My, this is so pretty.

  7. tiina Says:

    I am a big fan of Amy’s work. This table is especially pretty! I can’t wait to start to plan a Halloween party♥

  8. lyndsey | paper girl Says:

    this is so beautiful! i love the decorations on the wall. makes me excited for fall to be here 🙂

  9. kyong Says:

    looks incredible!

  10. Micaela Goodenberger Says:

    I’m a big lover of Amy Atlas! Her dessert table are absolute perfection! I had not seen this 1 yet, but I LOVE it! She featured my lollipop invitations on her blog a few weeks ago, and I could not have been more flattered!