The Last weekend in November saw me do a mad dash around SEQ before heading west to Toowoomba for a 3 day workshop with John Qui Hoi- Cake Guru from Melbourne.
There were allot of cupcakes this particular weekend.
The first were delivered to the Holt St Ferry- for a short boat ride across to Tangalooma Island.
A bold Red and white theme- with heart and initial details.
The next cakes were collected and taken up to Mt Tambourine.
Deep blue white and silver was the theme colours.
I have made this design previously in a red white and chocolate theme.
Fondant iced cupcakes with a chocolate drizzle and teeny tiny silver hearts across each one.
As it was a case of here there and everywhere- I sent Steve off to Maroochydore to deliver this chocolate cupcake tower.
To combat the issue of fat soaked pretty cupcake wrappers- and to keep the papers the same colour (as often they change once baked) I baked all the cakes in white papers then once cooled- I slipped a decorative polka dot paper over the top- voila!
It wasn't all cupcakes that weekend.
I had a few "regular" cakes as well.
First stop was Victoria Park where I delivered this Three tier cake- with twisted tiers- Ivory ribbon wrapped around each of the tiers- and random piped icing pearl detail.
The couple had supplied their own silk flowers to complete the cakes design.
After Vic Park it was over to Coorparoo to deliver another twisted tier creation- this time with a blue theme.
It was a piping hot day- and I had only one cake left to personally deliver down to Hope Island- before heading to Toowoomba.
When I got to Hope Island- the room was set up like a Magical Enchanted hall.
Crystal chairs and elaborate table decorations.
So it was fitting that the couple chose a pretty Four tier cake.
Once at the venue the couple had left a Dancing Bride and Groom topper to be placed on top.
With such a variety of cake designs that week- I think my fave would have had to have been the First Birthday cake I made for Baby Hugo!
Hugo is the son of Sandy and Shannon- whose wedding cake I made in 2008.
I have been blessed to have been commissioned to make a few cakes for them since then.
Hugo's first birthday was a celebration to behold.
Styled beautifully- with a Magnificent Dessert table put together by Sandy herself.
Hugo's cake was a double barrel cake- iced in a soft blue- with varied size dots- and a cute as elephant topper- made to mimic the birthday invites!
A Very Happy Birthday to Hugo! What a brilliant first birthday party!
Do you want to impress your guests with a party set up as spectacular as this?
Check out Sharnel Dollar Designs- Sharnel can style a party for you- but she also has a huge range of items for sale and hire for those that want to DIY!
Well that rounds off my cakes for November.... only December to go- then I can start with the Fabbulous 2011 Creations!!
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