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Where To Get Your Dessert Tables In Singapore For Your Next Best Party


A growing number of people who opt for dessert tables to give birthday celebrations, weddings and corporate events a sweet touch.

Instead of nondescript pastry platters, these tables typically consist of cupcakes, cookies, macarons, cake pops, jelly cups and push pop cakes, which are customised with cream, icing and fondant to match the decor.

The confections are stylishly assembled in ornate serveware such as cake stands and trays set against a wall banner.

 

1. Celebrate With Cake


image: celebrate-with-cake.com 

How much: From $1,980 for a dessert table for 30 people, with 10 dessert items, excluding a centrepiece cake. Order one month in advance.

Website: http://www.celebrate-with-cake.com

 

2. Colour It Sweet


image: colouritsweet.com

How much: From $1,450 for a dessert table that has five items for 30 people, excluding a centrepiece cake. Order one to two months in advance.

Website: http://www.colouritsweet.com

 

3. The Little Wonderland


image: thelittlewonderland.com

How much: From $1,589 for a dessert table for 40 people. It has eight items, including a two-tiered fondant cake. Order two months in advance.

Website: http://www.thelittlewonderland.com

 

4. Cake Avenue


image: Cake Avenue's Facebook page

How much: From $500 for a dessert table that has five or six items, enough for 20 people, excluding a centrepiece cake. Order two weeks in advance.

Website: http://www.cakeavenue.com

 

5. Acuppaluv


image: Acuppaluv's Facebook page

How much: From $1,288 for a dessert table for 24 people, with seven items, excluding a centrepiece cake. Order four to eight weeks in advance.

Website: http://www.acuppaluv.com

 

By Kenneth Goh, The Straits Times, 15 November 2015

 

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