There's nothing that says "Cape Cod Wedding" like heavenly blue Hydrangeas on a 3-tier seaside cake made from scratch. High-school sweethearts celebrated their marriage today at Highfield Hall in Falmouth, Massachusetts and were able to savour such a creation. It is yet another of Tammy Feldott's divine creations at The Scratch Cake; beautiful hydrangeas lovingly supplied by Sue Hobart of Hobarts Fine Florals -- both local Cape Cod ladies who excel in their profession and craft. It was my pleasure to document their fine work today and to share it with you.
... and for the lucky bridal couple who had Tammy Feldott from The Scratch Cake create their table centre pieces for their wedding reception held yesterday at The Falmouth Yacht Club, Cape Cod, Massachuesetts.
What delectable pieces ... from the perfectly toasted coconut to the whimsical white chocolate accents (deliciously supplied by Hilliards-Confections Since 1924). Mmmmm ... almost too good to eat ... almost. ;)
Lovingly created ... acute attention to detail ... starting from scratch ... ending with finery. That's Tammy Feldott and The Scratch Cake.
Thank-you, Tammy, for allowing me to spectate as you adeptly spun your creations this morning. I look forward to working with you to capture images that showcase your amazing talent and skill.
Contact Tammy for your next sweet craving or your special event at The Scratch Cake.
When Elizabeth contacted me for a tasteful Glamour Shoot to send to her husband who is deployed to the Kandahar region in Afghanistan, I readily agreed. Elizabeth was absolutely amazing to work with: so easygoing, relaxed and comfortable in her own skin. Her style was elegant, tasteful and understated -- but her resulting images are anything but an understatement. Elizabeth, thank-you for entrusting me with this very special request; Dave, thank-you for your service to your country and the sacrifices you, Elizabeth and your families make on an on-going basis. This Canadian is able to live safely in your country because of you. Godspeed you home.
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