Another wedding cake for a friend, and it needed to be delivered to Ipswich area, luckily we were invited guests too! Transported in two sections with extra flowers and finally assembled at the venue. Also because of the numbers expected due to the fact it was to be served immediately after the church service rather than at
I love an unusual design, particularly if it comes with a story, even if only a short one. This was a wedding cake for a couple who wanted very different things in the design of their cake. One was a superhero fan and wanted a themed cake, the other partner wanted something very traditional. Doing
Another of the set of three dummies for a wedding fayre. A few ideas which had been hanging about in my head for a while, particularly the bottom tier with the “victorian lamp-post” design on the bottom. Some demonstration of piping work, some stencilling, more practice in making roses and the first use of a
Another dummy wedding cake for a wedding fayre – I had just worked on a couple of “alternative”, gothic, dark, style dummy cakes, so wanted something to contrast and show I can do a variety of styles. I was going for a pastel, almost vintage look, something “sweet” with a cupcake on top, and its
An order for a couple’s golden wedding anniversary, in the shape of an open book. A pretty, straightforward design but still with the opportunity to be artistic. This was hand-carved, and one side was traditional rich fruit cake with marzipan, and the other was vanilla sponge, all covered with sugarpaste as one cake.
These were made specifically for Valentines day, but it occurred to me that they would be perfect as wedding favours too, made to match the happy couple’s colour scheme for the day. Cakepops shaped like roses. Cakepops are crumbed cake, mixed with buttercream to make a sort of truffle textured treat, popped onto sticks and