Here are some coral and blue cake pops and mini cupcakes for a recent wedding with matching sugar roses, rosettes swirls.
Today I am going to post on a Tiffany Blue inspired Dessert table that we did for a young boy, Seth for his full month! He does start early on the parties, i must say.So, when mommy contacted us for a Tiffany Blue color inspired, I didn’t know that it was a tricky color to source. Well, at least for me. When i went to the fabric store, the array of “blue” fabrics was enough to tip me off my balance, ha! I had to return the next day with a Tiffany box with me to make sure I get the right hue of Tiffany Blue. We brought in the buntings, the chevrons, stripes to add more boyish feel to the ribbons and the frills. Well, i sure hope i hit a right note on the color!
Seth’s mommy sent me this happy note the next day:
” Thank you Angie and team for the beautiful Tiffany dessert tableOur guests love it so much that they kept taking so many pictures of the decor. Love it that the tiniest details like the booties and rattles fit the theme of the party. It really surpassed our expectations!”
Once again, thank you for trusting us with your Seth’s very first party in his life.Happy 1 month baby!
A couple weeks ago, we had the honor of creating a unique wedding dessert table at the Grand Copthorne Waterfront for a special couple. This couple had first met each other at a tennis training camp years ago, and for their wedding, they wanted the dessert table to be themed after the event that had brought them together – Tennis. So, the inspiration was to create a Wimbledon feel and yet fitting and glamorous for a wedding. Thus, we decided to “marry” tennis balls and rackets to hydrangeas flowers! ha! and since purple is the bride’s favorite color, it was also a perfect match for the green. So, voila! Here it is! Enjoy..
Photos courtesy of WilliamLie Photography. You may check his work at liewilliam.wordpress.com.
Hello! A few weeks ago, I have a very special privilege of meeting and learning from a very talented sugar artist, Jacqueline Butler from San Diego. Her work has inspired me to love crafting sugar flowers and I had such a great week learning under her. Here are some of the flowers we made for the class. I must say, I am very much smitten by them. Ha! My love for sugar flowers have just gone up several notches and I can’t wait to recreate these babies for wedding cakes. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! I am back again with more pictures!
This party is dedicated to a special girl, Hannah, as she turned the big 1, several weeks ago. Her parents knew they wanted an Under the Sea theme, and when they saw our previous work, they loved it and wanted the same. However, we tweaked the colors and added the frills and Miss mermaid, to make the entire ensemble more girlie. I must say, I really liked it.
We have also collaborated with a Singapore based Photographer, William Lie, for the event coverage as well as the detail snapshots of our table. You may head over to his blog: www.liewilliam.wordpress.com or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about his range of services.
Have an awesome Wednesday!!