Each culture — the world wide — has its own little intricacies and details that make it unique, special and one of a kind. Today, thanks to the creative mind of designer and photographer, Angelworx Angelie Hafzullah, we get to explore some of the most beautiful aspects of Norway through a conglomeration of inspirations — the famous painting “Brudeferden i Hardanger,” a Norwegian folk art tradition, known as rosemaling, and the country’s breathtaking terrain. These three muses come together in the most surprising and refreshing form — a styled wedding day. And the overall results are almost indescribably gorgeous to look upon. However, it’s the dessert table that really embodies Norway’s stunning characteristics. As Angelworx Angelie Hafzullah explains, “The ombre green cake is reminiscent of the fjords, especially when the apple trees are in full bloom in spring and surrounding the fjords.” The rose topped cupcakes, perfectly crafted by Sweet Sugarboy Ed, mimic the “swirls” and “floral artworks” particular to rosemaling and the colors used to brighten the assorted confections resemble the beautiful hues that are found in the painting that gave life to this project. See for yourself and prepare be delighted by each and every one of these edible arts!
Don’t those fabulous desserts just make you swoon?