Sunday, 17 October 2010

An Eccelctic Bunch

 The last weekend in September seem to come round in the blink of an eye. I really loose whole months during "wedding season"- as it is head down- bum up- all the way! hehehe!

The first cake for the Week is  a cake- that kind of looks like a giant delicious Lamington- iced in a soft and fluffy vanilla butter cream icing- and then coated in shavings of coconut- YUMMO!
This cake has 4 cakes inside- two double height tiers.

Fresh flowers were placed on top at the venue- fingers crossed I get to see how it all looked in the end.

The next cake was classy Ivory and black- decorated with fresh roses and ranunculas.

A palette royal icing finish over the cake made a fresh and textured finish to the cakes.

I had a cupcake  tower for the Indooroopilly Bowls club- this place is possibly the swishest bowls club I have been too. Brendan and his team from Styled events were creating a terrific space for the cocktail wedding when I was there setting up.
This tower of sugar rose petal cupcakes and small top cake looked allot prettier without the flash.

No rest for the wicked on Sunday either ;-P
This two tier chocolate ganache design- with Panache pink rose son top was collected and taken to Tugun.

Lashings of whipped chocolate ganache covered this cake- a chocolate lovers dream for sure.

The last but certainly not least feature cake for this blog is an Art Deco cake I made for Jeralee and Jacob.
The designs on the tiers came from the invite patterns for the Art deco inspired wedding. 

An Ivory and Navy design- with a hand cut top tier motif.
I was delighted to hear from Jeralee this week 
"Hi Sarah,

How are you? I just wanted to say a huge thank you for the amazing job you did with our wedding cake. It just blew me away! It was absolutely perfect! So many people loved how it looked and loved how it tasted even more! The white macadamia seemed to be the favourite of the night. I was just so happy with it and I thank you so much because for me it really helped to make a great day even better! Thank you!

Jeralee Connor"
 Awwwwwwwwwwwwww- that is the kind of beautiful messages that inspire me to make wonderful cakes for my gorgeous clients!
It is my absolute pleasure to be chosen to make each couples wedding cake- such a significant part of the ceremonies apart of wedding- and to be able to make the couples dream cake is a true honour.

Well that is a wrap for September
So many glorious October cakes to come.
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1 comment:

Linda V @ Bubble and Sweet said...

How great is the 'lamington' cake, lol it should become Australia's national wedding cake, and I just want to stick my finger in that whipped ganache chocolate cake - yum.