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Wedding by the Bay

Posted by Anne Yorks on Sunday, June 3, 2012

Here's a little secret...I have a cookie 'bucket list'. A list of dream projects and ideas that I plan to turn to cookie at some point. But, with a busy family life and a hoppin' order schedule, I don't always have time to work on the 'bucket list' projects. 

It's just funny how things work out. Because when I first introduced the Brides Magazine project to some friends (click here to view this amazing collaborative project in full - 16 different cookie decorators created cookies inspired by the pages of the May 2012 Brides Magazine), the actual edition we would be using, wasn't even in print. I had no idea what would be in the magazine. 

On my cookie bucket list, was to cookie Postcard Row from San Francisco. You probably can imagine my excitement when I stumbled across the special section in Brides about planning a wedding on location in San Francisco. Pure delight. Here's my inspiration page (actually pages...since this was a 4-page resource guide).


To get in the mood for this project, I decided to create pretend a couple who was hiring me to make these special cookies for their wedding by the bay. So here is my San Francisco cookie dream wedding...cue the wavy lines and dreamy music.

Here is my adorable, pretend engaged couple...


Sarah and Finn (S & F of course), met on a trolley ride during their first trip to the city. It was love at first sight! They spent the rest of their trip getting to know each other and seeing the sights. After their engagement, they knew they wanted to get married in the lovely city where they had met.

The theme of their wedding would be a play on words using Tony Bennett's famous song, 'I left my heart in San Francisco'.  


So, since they 'found' their heart in San Francisco. They requested a few special SF themed cookies to represent their favorite spots in the city. 

 

Postcard Row (aka the Painted Ladies), Fisherman's Wharf, the Golden Gate Bridge, and a trolley car.


Pretty ladies, all in a row! 

For their guests, they requested heart cookies for the wedding favors. 


I had fun testing out a few new decorating techniques and exploring the different heart cookie cutters I have in my box. I tried a lace cookie (top left, yellow), a quatrefoil pattern (light aqua lower left), and a brushed embroidery cookie (deep aqua lower right) with a bead border around the petals. I mixed these special cookies in with a few monogrammed cookies with polka dots.


So there you have it. One more project I get to happily cross off my list. Now, if you haven't already popped over the view the entire project...do so now. I promise you won't be disappointed!! Here's the link one more time!

Have a sweet day,

Anne








14 comments

  • Santiago

    Jul 05, 2012

    This is an amazing snpahsot of a memorable day in our friends’ lives. The emotion and feeling experienced by this clip is truly inspiring. I absolutely love the compilation. It feels as if we are reliving the special moments of the day: the emotion, the sights and the love. I can’t wait to see the rest of your coverage!

  • Eduardo

    Jul 03, 2012

    John and Matt, I don’t even know where to begin. Gurvinder and I cannot stop prsnaiig about you guys to our family and friends. You are not only terrific videographers, but you are also amazing AMAZING people. You were so easy and fun to work with. I cannot beleive this was your first sikh wedding because you captured every key moment that completes a sikh wedding. I absolutely love the highlight video and the Henna video. Videography was one less thing to worry about out of the million things we had to worry about on our wedding because we completely trusted you on capturing the biggest event of our lives. Thank you thank you thank you so much. PS: I cannot thank you enough for putting together such a lovely bollywood lovestory video for us, our children and future generations to admire. It was a superhit at our Reception.

  • Kiera @ SweetKiera

    Jun 14, 2012

    These are incredible!! I totally have the cookie bucket list too. This is one you didn’t just cross off your list— you knocked it off the page! :)

  • Georganne (LilaLoa)

    Jun 03, 2012

    I am in love with the colors you used for these cookies!!! And the delicate piping on the yellow lace cookie is GORGEOUS!!! And obviously…the amazingness of those houses is unbelievable! You are SO TALENTED!!!

  • CookieCrazie Pam

    Jun 03, 2012

    Anne……you are such an outstanding decorator. I’m stunned by all these wonderful designs. I love them so much. Fabulous job! :) ♥♥♥

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