Thursday, November 27, 2014

Ladies Christmas Event - The Tortes

I promised to show photos of the tortes served at our church Ladies event.

Over 300 women attended during the 2 evenings. Most of the tortes were made by one very talented baker.
I had hoped to get photos of the desserts as they were presented at buffet tables, but the light was quite poor for photography, so I resorted to showing them in their places in the frig beforehand.
       Orange - Chocolate torte
This one had a name I couldn't spell or pronounce!

Hazelnut torte
New York Cherry Cheesecake, with Lemon torte and Irish Creme torte in background.
 
I was one of the servers at the buffet tables, and it was fun to see the ladies debating about which torte(s) to choose!
 
 
 

6 comments:

Lorrie said...

Those are delicious looking tortes. So elegantly decorated!

happywonderer.com said...

Delicious looking tortes. Love the decor...

Cattails said...

Hi Millie, I know they were all delicious! Thanks for sharing the pictures. Thanks, also, for the anniv. wishes. Wishing you a blessed weekend.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Those tortes look amazing, Millie. I would love a piece of that wonderful looking cheese cake! Hope you're having a lovely week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Shelia said...

Looks like a great time with wonderful desserts! Thanks so much for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia;)

The Quintessential Magpie said...

What a wonderful, wonderful event, Millie. I can see how it sold out!

And I would love some of that hazelnut torte.

I wish our church did something this fun. This looks like the perfect thing to do to kick off the Christmas season, and I love the lantern decorations. So cute and fun.

Thank you for the well wishes. Losing two months of your life leaves you in a weird state that you can't believe Christmas is already here! I have shopping done. I did it all in a weekend online. But I don't feel much like decorating this year. I think I am just going to get ready for next year and enjoy other people's decorations. :-)

Hope your Christmas season is full of good cheer!

xo,

Sheila