Archive | September, 2010

Statement Piece!

This cake was eyecatching to say the least. Glorious and opulent, oversized and extravegant, just what the Doctor ordered! The next generation of the famous four foot cake is reborn and delivered in  all it’s glory  to the Bloomsbury Hotel in London. Just to add that I will be booking in for my dislocated shoulder […]

A Cake with a History

This was a very much Sophie’s cake, deeply personal and every bit hers. A completely different cake was planned and ordered and then about six weeks before the wedding she changed her mind and the fun began! .” Do you think……?” she said. “Am I mad……?” she said. “I have an idea” she said. I […]

Roses, Pearl and Silver at The Lord Bute

Andy and Jodie very much planned this cake together, a huge amount of thought and planning went into every detail and it paid off. The giant sugar roses sat happliy on the 4″ top tier of this classically beautiful cake with a pearl finish and pale silver ribbons. I delivered it to the Lord Bute […]

Cakes and Hops in the Countryside

Emma and Nathan were married last weekend and the reception was at the delightful village hall in Horton. A village hall like no other, very modern and not  a tea urn in sight! The couple and all their dedicated friends had worked hard and created the most perfect setting, hops, bunting and hay bales and […]

Black Beauty is Blue!

My beautiful Black Beauty cake was carefully adapted for a Military wedding at Carey Manor recently. Initially, I had my reservations about the colour combination but as soon as I started work on it it started to make sense and then when I delivered it to the venue it slotted seamlessly into the room and […]

The Walls Have Eyes!

Safely delivered last week to a beautiful house in Studland Bay I needed someone trustworthy to keep an eye on the wedding cake overnight. No touching or sneaky picking at the icing. I think my bodyguard looks stern enough for the job!