Sunday, September 20, 2009

Weddings, dolls and more giant cupcakes

Something else extra cute...Babushka dolls!
These are just too cute not to share...

Fun with Giant Cupcakes

Our Giant Cupcake is getting more and more popular, and we are producing more of those each week - the Cottage Garden is a firm favourite, but we've had fun putting together some special themed ones for people.
Check out our 'Punk themed' - with white chocolate skull & crossbones.

The 'Hedgehog Garden' was adorable, with hedgehogs made with the ever versatile Milo Cereal curls for 'spikes'

A 'Girly' theme was super cute with all things girly, dresses, handbags and shoes.

A Special Wedding.
Wow - Pics of our cupcakes made the National News for the second time within a couple of months!
This time round was relating to weddings held on the 9th day of the 9th month 2009 - and we had done some lovely Calla Lily cupcakes for a wedding held at St Mathews in the City, and imagine our surprise when we saw them on the news! We've had many excited calls from friends and family asking if they were ours, and we are chuffed to confirm they were.
The cupcakes were a mixture of double chocolate and vanilla cupcakes with handmade fondant calla lillies in white & purple. The cake topper was double chocolate with more larger calla lillies to be in keeping with the cupcakes.
Here are some pics of the cupcakes in the church and of the lovely couple:

More on Weddings...the Wedding Show.
We exhibited at the Grand Wedding Show at the Aotea Centre last weekend, and had a great time meeting all the brides to be, and their fiance's (which strangely didnt look like they were being dragged along) and had fun putting together the Black & White cupcakes for display - which were gladly gobbled up by other exhibitors at the end of the show.
Only downside was being towed from the loading zone - funnily enough whilst we were unloading all cupcakes etc for the show...hmmm...note to self...loading zone isnt as it seems!....hmm...the cheek!
Check out the surprise mention we got in the Waikato Times

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