In this post, you are bound to get some great ideas for fruit carving displays for weddings.
In my last blog post, I featured the wedding carving arrangements created by one of my student /customers Saada Al- Taie who has a fruit carving and decorating business in Oman. After gaining more experience than she had when the photos in the previous post were taken, she has created even more beautiful wedding displays. Her photos that I will share with you in today’s post are even prettier than those in the last post.
I hope these will give you some inspiration. Of at least have you enjoying a few ooohs and aaaahs.
To get a better look at the kiwi bouquets shown in the background in the photo above, click here.
You can learn to carve a watermelon cake like this one in my videos lessons, Watermelon Cakes #1 and #2.
Fruit Carving Displays for Weddings with a Modern Flair by Saada
When I asked what the words carved on the watermelons were, she responded with this:
The symbol in watermelon is a name of bride and groom in Arabic which you can read in vise versa. and were put in a card on invitees. another name which were front is a welcoming word which I have written in Arabic.
Am proud to be your student Nita, you always encouraging me and build my confidence. After this function I received a lot of calls . Thank you Nita
I don’t know if this is the welcoming word but it looks beautifully carved and elegant. You can learn to carve words and graphic patterns onto watermelons with my video lessons, Carving Letters and Words #1 and #2.
This next photo is a bit out of focus but I’ve included it because it demonstrates the use of various whole fruits, using tiers of different levels to display the carvings and it’s topped with a beautiful carved watermelon cake.
Saada did a truly beautiful job on all of these fruit carving displays for wedding. I appreciate her sharing her photos with us. And I hope you got some ideas that you might be able to use for your fruit carving displays for weddings or any other special event. You’ll find many of the lessons where Saada learned her carving techniques here.