This cupcake stand was based on a pink and black colour scheme, less is sometimes more, just a swirl of icing and a sprinkle of handmade hearts and rolled roses and not forgetting the obligatory glitter! All eyes should be on the bride but the cupcake tower warrants a lengthy glance too! and the wrappers […]
Something as simple as a change of ribbon and this heavenly delight fits smoothly into the colour scheme of the day. A rich chocolate brownie recipe with dark chocolate ganache to add to the pleasure.
Such a pretty cake. This has been made as a wedding cake and smoothly and effortlessly changes into a birthday cake. Who, in their right mind, wouldn’t want to have this cake on the tea table!
This is proof that the cupcake is enduring the test of time and will always rise to the occasion and look just how you want it to on your special day. Good things really do come in small packages!
This is one beautiful wedding cake, sophisticated and glorious. Too good to cut!
This cake was made for a precious baby girl on her Christening Day, precious because she has THREE older brothers so a splash of pink in the household has been relished and enjoyed. The instructions for this cake were, naturally, pink, pink and just a little bit more pink.
This is my most popular cake and every time a different bride chooses it she stamps her own identity on it so it is completely hers and hers alone!
Imagine this cake with a vibrant bright orange or shocking pink ribbon and matching flowers on top. Or mid summer tumbling with fresh fruit. Change it’s identity completely by making it up with white chocolate or milk chocolate instead. The choices are mouthwateringly endless.
I will be at stand S71 in the Solent Hall at the Bournemouth International Centre Wedding Fayre this weekend with lots of beautiful new wedding cake designs for 2010.
Who needs words when there is cake!