Don’t wait until they’re born take advantage while you’re preggas!
Mum and dad already knew they were having a boy so went with the traditional blue. And what is cuter than little footprints… (maybe little easter chicks?!) and of course the traditional Stork for the top.
I was given the date, the colour scheme and away I went… I created two sample cakes for the happy couple to see before they decided on a final desgin, as you can see one is mostly lemon (or yellow to us normal folk) and the other white. They finally decided on an all white wedding cake with a few lemon coloured roses. This three tier cake consisted of two gluten-free sponges, and a fruit cake for the top. Was loved by all! Congrats to the bride and groom!!
Apparently there’s this little film called Star Wars. I was approached to create a cake. This galactic undertaking certainly tested my skills with a
light saber, palette knife. Stuffed full of chocolate, with a chocolate Han Solo being transported to your mouth (carbonite is not readily available to me yet) and a BB-8 made of rice crispy squares (should that be rounds?), this cake was a massive hit for a double kids birthday. One was 8, the other was 40.
Eat cake you will!
This cake was for a little boy’s first birthday to display his current love of the very hungry caterpillar and his greater love of food. It was a two tier all edible victoria sponge cake, that will hopefully appeal to all Eric Carle fans out there. The cake was also gluten-free, but nobody noticed.
This cake was for a yoga fanatic, at 60! Just shows you’re never too old to keep fit and flexible. This cake was a classic Victoria sponge cake, with a jam and cream filling, and of course, tons of icing! All of it was edible, and I’m told, the family particularly enjoyed eating her head! Well, each to their own I suppose, but it was very well received. Happy 60th Birthday!