Let Them Eat Cake: The Pretty and Petit Dessert Stand

Make your pastries look extra sweet with this pastel mini cake stand from House15143.




 

While we like any sort of pastry (chocolate croissants, tiramisu, the burnt-almond torte from Oakmont Bakery … we could go on and on), this mini cake stand [$24] from House15143 in Sewickley is guaranteed to make your desserts all the sweeter.

The stand, which comes in lilac-colored glass, is built to hold four cupcakes or muffins. With its pretty pastel hue, plus the vintage styling, the stand makes for the perfect tabletop accessory for summer.

If you’re looking for a way to show off the cake stand (or just an excuse to get together with your girlfriends), we suggest loading it up with petit fours for a glam high tea.

Not in the mood for dessert? The delicate stand looks just as lovely resting on your countertop alone as it does when it’s topped with goodies.

Available at House15143
436 Beaver St., Sewickley
412/259-8953
 

 

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