Last week we did 200 cupcakes for Tun and Zibby for their wedding. They wanted natural colours and toppings, so we did raspberry
One thing I love about my freedom from ‘the cake shop’ is getting to make really special and personal cakes for people that I know and love and it not be stressful or feeling under pressure to say yes, I get to really make every one with complete love and dedication which is really nice. Really I’m just happy I still get asked to bake for people around my nursing, and sometimes is something a little less challenging like cupcakes which I’m more than happy to whip up if I have the chance to.
Darryn Celebrated his 40th Birthday with an AMAZING 1920’s party inspired by Bugsy Malone. It was a pretty extravagant party with a Marquee and a photobooth, a magician and a bar with great personalised cocktails. Vanilla and red velvet cupcakes were baked in black and gold cupcake cases and I loved putting Darryn’s cheeky face on all the cupcakes with him all dress up like he was going out for a night at Fat Sam’s Grandslam and they were a great personal addition to the party.
Affectionately known as Boo to my friends, I opened bake-a-boo in 2006 and after 10 years of making cake dreams come true, hosting fabulous tea parties and releasing a cookbook I have now closed the doors of the tea room. Plagued with severe endometriosis and several food allergies I’m turning all the bad into something good and after being a great patient, I’m now training to hopefully become a ‘great’ nurse! Here I’m sharing my journey, and talking health, my inspirations and life after bake-a-boo…..and of course CAKE! You can take the girl out of the cake shop but you can’t take the cake shop out of the girl so find out here how I can still help you with cakes and treats and parties galore x