These chocolate cupcakes with blue two-tone vanilla butter icing are packaged in plastic cups with lids for Amanda’s daughter to sell at her school!
Candice got hold of me in October last year to discuss her cupcake-in-a-jar wedding favours, and on Saturday morning I delivered her order to Valverde Country Hotel.
Candice provided me with the “thank you” stickers for the jars’ lids, the ribbons in pink and gold, the lace ribbons, and the disposable wooden forks.
Don’t they look exquisite?!
Jodi ordered vanilla cupcakes with white vanilla butter icing and opted for my cupcake-in-a-jar! How beautiful do these cupcakes look in their jars with white lids, white spoons and white ribbons!
Jodi also ordered peanut butter cups! And if you haven’t tasted the delectable combination of chocolate and peanut butter you do not know what you’re missing!
Sebolelo ordered cupcakes from me earlier last week for her daughter to take to school for her 12th birthday.
On the weekend, she had a birthday party with family and friends and Sebolelo really wanted her to be able to have a cupcake party. Since my weekend was fully booked already I couldn’t host the party for her, but I supplied piping bags with butter icing in them, sprinkles, flowers, sugar paste teddies and a box of 6 cupcakes for each child!
Sebolelo also ordered a red velvet cake, chocolate hi-hat cupcakes, red velvet and vanilla marble cupcakes and vanilla cupcakes with creme caramel secret centres!
*the window boxes are available on special request and will cost an extra R20 per order of 12 cupcakes
I have a new way of packaging cupcakes to make them easy to give away and easier to transport them!
These photos don’t have ribbons or spoons or anything on them, and I will definitely be doing them without the paper cup in future as it not only looks prettier but its easier to eat too.
So what do you think?!