Sunday, 4 March 2012

What's hiding behind the bush?

For this dessert table, I wanted to create a French rustic feel so for decoration, I used wicker baskets, old fashion jars, jute fabric and string as feel as raffia ribbon. The tags and favours were handmade by moi too. For sweets, I chose Hazelnut Petits-beurre bundles, madeleines, Amandines, pine nuts tartlets, mini meringues, biscuit pops and of course, cupcakes! Some as a rose bouquet presented in a plant pot and some sprinkled with nuts. I also included some cinnamon favours berlingot sweets that I brought back from my last trip to Lille and finally, a two-tier cake and a single tier ruffle one. Here are some photos by the amazingly talented Carla Thomas. Voila :)


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I will be exhibiting new styles and designs at two upcoming events in East London: The wedding project on March 11th and A most curious wedding fair on March 31th. Come and say Bonjour! And yeah, Bride-to-be, we have an exciting offer on: we are giving out a free wedding cake (worth £300) when booking a dessert table (including goodies and styling). Spread the word and the love!


  1. Wunderbar! Gorgeous cakes and beautiful photos! How did you get that blue sky?!?!

  2. Thanks! We were very lucky. It was a sunny day and the photographer was amazing!

  3. HI, Iam a new member of the group "the London WEdding club". Facebook! I liked your blog and your cakes!I do other kinds of sweets.I live in essex hahaha.I'II leave my blog