Sunday, October 30, 2016

WHERE THE SHOWGIRLS WENT...VEGAS HALLOWEEN 2016

Trick or treat...
Smell my feet!
(2016 saw the demise of the iconic Las Vegas Showgirl - evidently she was killed off by zombies!  This fondant beauty is life size, and sits above the prep table at the fabulous Jean Phillippe Patisserie, inside the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas )
Give me...
(These are all fondant and/or cake creations - all edible - all incredibly detailed!  The haunted house and skull thing are each approximately four feet tall)
something...
(The charming and ever-appetizing "Condiment Area" - more fondant covered cake heads)
good to eat!
(I'm not sure, but the LARGE, evil snowman cake appeared to be eating the little tiny ones).

Back from a lonnnng hiatus - Dad (and anyone else who might be interested), I PROMISE a travel post on Rocky Mountain National Park on Tuesday.  Pictures are all ready to go - I just need to fill in the details.
Happy Halloween!

8 comments:

Studio Maywyn said...

Happy Halloween!
Amazing decorations
I am a cake person for the icing, but I don't think I could chomp on a zombie face.

Jackie said...

Those things are amazing! I love the snowman! Happy Halloweenie!

Dorthe said...

This is just amazing , oh my, not very pretty but fantastic,true artists created all this Tanya.
Hugs and Happy Halloween to you, dear.
Dorthe, Xxx

Anonymous said...

SO HAPPY TO SEE YOU BACK, HAPPY HALLOWEENIE LOVE YOU MORE MOM AND DAD

Quinn said...

Hey there, Tanya! Also, yikes!
I'll be watching for your Colorado pictures, which along with my blogbuddy KB's images from the Front Range, ALWAYS make me dream of moving back!

Createology said...

I used to go to Las Vegas at least four times per year and now I visit via your photos and posts. I love the Bellagio and they always have "over-the-top" incredible displays. Happy to see you post dear...

Hindustanka said...

Hi Tanya... oooh, such a spooky trip!I would not like to eat any of those cakes.. yukkk. Lol.
Happy Halloween! I am going to celebrate once I get back home from office. I have a costume ready for my little A :))

Mary Ann Potter said...

Artistic adventures in food! Wow. Impressive!