Moroccan Sunday Supper

{Amy Atlas} was a guest contributor on {Sunday Suppers} and worked on the beautiful table design for the Moroccan dinner that was inspired by old tiles. They were actually used as a runner type of decoration down the middle. Jessie from {Rountree Flowers} did the floral design with beautiful mums - inspired by the patterns in the tiles and by piles of spices. Rose petals were used to make garlands and the tabletop was decorated with pops of orange and pink. The candlestick holders were actually regular taper holders that Jessie converted into pillars by attaching votive holders on top. The fabulous backdrop and pattern along with all the paper goods & goodie bags were designed by Erica Miller of {Thoughtful Day}.

Some of the other talented people who contributed to this event were: Aran Goyoaga of {Cannelle et Vanille} *A NEW FAVORITE BLOG* who baked the orange flower macaroons, orange creamsicle panna cotta and baked meringue sandwich cookies. The amazing cake was designed by Archana Rao of {Love Street Cakes}. Ali Kantor of {Papery & Cakery} created a traditional moroccan cookie called kaab el ghazal, which served as a favor for the guests to take home in goodie bags. All photos were taken by {Karen Mordechai}.

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