Thursday, October 27, 2011

Pure joy

A bit of an absense from this blog of mine..... but when your table looks like this.....

There really isnt time for much else!  Oh...and plus about 100 cupcakes not in the photo ;)

So little time in fact, that when I got two of these cakes on time to their venue, I didn't even manage to get photos of them.  *sad face*  Including a massive 5 tiered cake that went to the Convention centre over Telethon weekend.

Anyways, I got some really lovely responses from the last few cakes.  It's always lovely to see reactions and cake enjoyed as it should.

This French inspired cake for Nuansiree.  Pretty blossoms and an Effiel tower keepsake for the birthday girl who's dream is to visit France.

Pic courtesy of friends via facebook
I'd say she liked her cake.


Another wonderful cake I was commissioned to make, was from doting mum Liza who was working away and couldn't make it to Perth for her daughter's birthday.  Planning a surprise party long distance is no easy task, and I was delighted to be able to help out with the cake in the birthday girl's favourite colour.

this original Planet Cake inspired design along with cake pops and macarons.  Lucky girl!


Then I had of course darling Isaac's first birthday with a massive 3 tiered cake.

 and his favourite soft toy, Beru from Peru.

I hope he looks back on his photos when he's all grown up and know the love that went into his very first cake!


Next on the list was bright coloured personalised macarons for Noon. 

Beautifully styled and photographed by Beam.  Happy birthday Noon - hope it was a wonderful sweetness filled day.


Then more cupcakes and macarons for Grace who turned a fabulous forty, and celebrated in style on the Etro roof top bar on King Street. 

I can't wait to hear how the guests received the cakes, and whether they all got eaten that evening ;)
Thank you Glenda for stepping in and sorting out the cupcakes. xxoo


And of course, still more cupcakes.....

In class this time.  With our students producing mini works of art, simply too cute to be eaten!

And I'm signing off this post with a really cute photo of little Isaac.  Sometimes, in our busy life, we forget what it is like to experience pure joy.  It's not cake related, but it is joy that I saw in this little one's face and it sure is nice to be reminded to look at things with the innocence of a child's eye.

Have a wonderful long weekend.  And I'll be updating on all the wonderful cakes that we are producing in class with Handi (who touched down ahead of the Queen - the real one) over the next 2 weeks!


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