March has mostly been about cupcakes with smaller celebrations and Mother’s Day bouquets too. Although I did manage to put together a couple of new display wedding cakes too. Take a look back at these cakes in this month’s blog.
There’s so much to think about when planning your wedding that it can be overwhelming and stressful at times, but it doesn’t need to be.
Here are my top 5 tips for planning your wedding cake the stress-free way.
Here’s a look back at my favourite cakes from the last month, which included a beautiful autumn wedding set up at The Lincoln Hotel, some milestone birthday celebrations, and some super fun Wallace and Gromit biscuits!
Here’s a look back at my favourite cakes from the last month, which included a beautiful wedding set up at The Lincoln Hotel, a vibrant tropical cake and of course my daughter’s delicious brownie/cookie stack!
Around the world there are so many wedding traditions, in the UK the typical ones include “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”, throwing the bouquet, and of course the wedding cake. But have you ever wondered where these traditions originated
In this blog, we take a look at some of these traditions and how they came about.
This week, my husband and I are celebrating our 12th wedding anniversary!
In this blog, I’m reminiscing and reliving our wedding day, so if you’d like to join me on my stroll down memory lane, grab a cuppa and a biscuit or two and read on…
With some easing of lockdown, it’s been nice to see people finding ways to celebrate birthdays, baby showers and other occasions again, and of course I’ve loved creating cakes and treats to help put a smile on yours and your guests’ faces too. Here’s a look back at my favourite cakes from July 2020,
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