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Last March 4, 2016, PSCA or Philippine School of Culinary Arts had their annual Open House party and this year, PSCA’s pastry students hosted the event featuring unique exhibits on wedding cake projects, different kinds of desserts and chocolates and lots of finger foods. PSCA also collaborated with fashion designers Jun and Rei Escario’s bridal gowns to sizzle this years Bridal vibe open house.

 

Without further ado, check out photos below for a total food coma.

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This one looks pretty, you can just stare at it the whole time.

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Different kinds of truffles.

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Variety of finger foods.

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My favorite croissant.

 

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The beautiful bridal gown of Rei Escario.

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Beautiful details.

 

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A modern bridal gown of Jun Escario for a modern Filipina.

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I love the V-neckline with white blazer. Truly a unique creation.

 

And here comes the main event. The wedding cakes designed by PSCA pastry students.

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One of my favorite. Ideal for beach wedding in rustic theme.

 

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Classic and timeless.

 

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A wedding cake ideal for adventurous couple.

 

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Very dainty.

 

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Simple but really elegant.

 

Thank you so much for having me on your Open House party, Philippine School of Culinary Arts!

 

To know more about Philippine School of Culinary Arts courses, visit their website at http://pscaculinary.com/
and like their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/psculinaryarts

 

For inquiries:
Email: pscachef_psca@yahoo.com
Phone: +63 32 505 4645

 

Visit them at 3rd Floor The Maxwell Hotel Annex Bldg. N. Escario St. Camputhaw 6000

 

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