THE BAK­ERIES

Martha Stewart Weddings - - THE PLANNER -

We sourced the sweets here from our lo­cal NYC shops. Bak­eries near you may be able to cre­ate some­thing sim­i­lar— or of­fer their own beau­ti­ful and de­li­cious spe­cial­ties.

Eataly

The mas­sive, famed Ital­ian mar­kets can be found in New York, Chicago, Bos­ton, and L.A.—and around the world. Each has its own unique se­lec­tion of baked goods; eataly.com.

Lafayette

This French bak­ery and café is lo­cated in down­town Man­hat­tan—at the corner of its name­sake Lafayette Street and Great Jones Street. Stop by if you’re in the neigh­bor­hood, or browse its of­fer­ings on­line (avail­able for pickup or lo­cal de­liv­ery); lafayette ny.com.

Bur­row

Ayako Kurokawa is the artist be­hind the sculp­tural pas­tries of the NYC pâtis­serie Bur­row—cre­ated in the clas­sic French style with Ja­pa­nese and Amer­i­can in­flu­ences. Visit her Brook­lyn shop on week­days, or browse her web­site: bur­row.nyc.

Ring Ding Bar at Duane Park Patisserie

Launched two years ago by the famed Tribeca pâtis­serie, Ring Ding Bar cre­ates art­ful, from-scratch in­ter­pre­ta­tions of the child­hood clas­sic hand­held treats. Order on­line at ringding­bar.com.

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