I always look forward to the month of March since its my birthday month. As always I will plan several weeks ahead the type of cakes I would make for myself and never make them :). I always find myself booked down with orders and end up not making the cake of my dreams. Last year I was too tired to even bother and prayed that someone will surprise me with a cake. As it turned out no one did so there was no cake on my birthday!!! This year I promised myself that no matter what the circumstance I will cut a cake on my birthday. It so happened that I had cake orders to deliver but I still made me a cake which had two things I liked; Bethy Boop and hexagon.
I took the cake to my work place to share with colleagues and they loved it. I even got a request to repeat the design for another's birthday.
When I had this consultation with the bride to be on her wedding cake she indicated that her colours were turquoise and apple green then I wondered, will this be a nice blend? I therefore decided to make all decorations turquoise and have very little apple green on the cake. It turned out that the colours worked very well together and am happy with the results.
First wedding cake of the new year :)! This picture was taken after the cake was cut. I was almost tempted to set it up without the flowers but in the end it just needed that extra touch so I added the flowers :).
2013 was a very active year for me and I thank you all for your support. It was also the year in which I did the most wedding cakes since I started this cake journey. I look forward to an even better year this 2014 and expect nicer creations from me :). Here are a couple of the wedding cakes I closed 2013 with.
This season has seen an increasing demand for low budget wedding cakes. Brides are moving away from big and expensive wedding cakes to cut costs. Here is one I delivered recently which was well received by the bride and her family. Just know that there is always a wedding cake which will suit your budget. Merry Christmas everyone!