Mick and Nadya got married at The Bridge, with the beautifully striking navy and choral colour scheme!
Their wedding cake was a dark blue velvet cake with two tiers, filled and covered with cream cheese icing and decorated with choral, blue and white silk flowers (the flowers and the bunting was supplied by Nadya).
They also had a sweet table for their guests, and included strawberry flavoured “fudge” (this is my non-traditional fudge, made with white chocolate) and choral velvet and vanilla marble cupcakes-in-jars with navy ribbons.
Phumzile planned her wedding from overseas and we did all our communicating via email! Today she was crazy busy setting up for her wedding at River Place when I arrived, and she gave me the cake toppers she had brought with her. With flowers from Pink Energy, I finished the decorating of the cake and placed it on a stand supplied by the venue.
The cake is red velvet and cream cheese icing, covered with white sugar paste ruffles.
She also ordered vanilla cupcakes-in-jars as wedding favours for her guests, with white lids and light grey ribbons.
It was all looking so pretty when I left – I hope the rest of their day was spectacular!
Felene ordered an assortment of cuppies for a baby shower!
Chocolate cupcakes with a blue and white vanilla butter icing swirl and baby-themed sugar paste decorations, and vanilla cupcakes-in-a-jar with blue vanilla butter icing, blue ribbons, and a thank you sticker on the lid!
Cindy & Paul’s wedding cake was a wedding cake with a difference!
The bottom tier was my delectable chocolate cake with a chocolate butter icing filling and a dark chocolate ganache coating, and the top tier was vanilla cake with white vanilla butter icing and a white chocolate ganache coating.
One side of the cake was covered with white sugarpaste, and the other side was covered with a dark blue sugarpaste and decorated with little silver dragees.
They got married at The Hertford last Saturday, and I asked that they please send me photographs of the cake at the reception, and…
Pictures of the cupcake-in-a-jar wedding favours they ordered for their guests because — and I could KICK myself — I didn’t take pictures before they were collected from me!
Picture it… glass jars with white lids, a dark blue ribbon and a white spoon with a little thank you message on a sticker on the lid (the sticker design and printing was done by Snapping Turtle Design & Print, as always).
The jars had three different cupcake fillings – chocolate and vanilla marble cupcakes with chocolate butter icing, red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese icing, and lemon cream cheese cupcakes!