I never tire of making these beautiful (if I do say so myself!) blossom booties. I first made these for my eldest daughter’s Christening 6 years ago and have made them several times since. They certainly do make a statement up there on top of the cake and they are also a lovely keepsake. I still have Julia’s. They look as lovely as ever! This is actually a two tier adaptation of that original design.
Made for a family member to mark the Christening oif their little boy, this cake stood almost 16″ high. This towering cake was accented with a little boat which was modeled on the favours given to guests.
This pretty palette of powder blue, pinks and hues of cream set the scene for a vintage themed Christening styled by Melbourne’s Boutique Affairs. It was fantastic to be a part of such gorgeousness and elegance.
Created for a sophisticated christening celebration, this cake is based on an original design by Couture Cupcakes & Cookies.
Top tier is vanilla cake filled with white chocolate ganache, bottom double barrel tier is a dark chocolate mud cake filled with a dark chocolate ganache.My first time using a stencil too!
This design is based on a christening invitation…. a bright red shiny aeroplane is perched on top – fitting as the reception is being held at an airport! Lots of fun to make – not your usual christening cake! Bright hot air balloons floating in the clouds… lovely!
Created for a little girl’s christening, this cake is based on a previous christening cake design of mine that was 3 tiers and featured the Owl & the Pussycat. My blossom bootees adorn the top of this cake.
Top tier white chocolate and raspberry mud filled with a luxurious white chocolate ganache and the bottom tier is an apple and cinnamon cake with a decadent caramel ganache filling.
Its always an honor to be asked back to create the cakes to mark the milestones in a family’s journey through life…
This is a cake created for the christening of little Amelia. It’s also fabulous to work with clients that trust you implicitly with the design and vision for their event. Alex of Avie & Lulu is one such client – thank you Alex and Sophie!
I loved, loved, loved making this cake! This cake was created for my gorgeous little nephew George for his christening.
This cake is an adaptation of a cake done recently based on the Imprintables range of stationery – namely the “Ahoy” invitation.
12″ round chocolate mud cake with dark chocolate ganache. All decorations are made with fondant.
This cake was created for a christening. It is a combination of a couple of Confetti Cake’s – of NYC – anemone cake designs. The client sent me a picture and wanted this cake but with that amount of flowers in this colour… well, the instructions were clear! This was my first time making the beautiful anemone flower and I must say I loved making them and will most likely use them again – soon!