Category Archives: Hong Kong

Little Steps – Best Birthday Cakes in Hong Kong

Dinosaur Cake

We are super excited to be included in Little Steps’s latest feature on the Best Birthday Cakes in Hong Kong!

Being a busy mama, I find Little Steps so useful for keeping up with what’s going on in Hong Kong.  The lists they compile on party planning, cakes, photographers etc are all super informative and I instantly bookmark them for future reference.  So you can imagine our delight in being included in this feature.

Thanks Little Steps!

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Hong Kong Cookies

Hong Kong Cookies

Last week I made cookies for a fundraising event.  The theme for the event was “My Hong Kong” so I really wanted to capture the iconic and unique aspects of this vibrant city.   What could be more Hong Kong than the bauhinia flower which graces the flag of the city and the instantly recognisable skyline of Hong Kong Island?

I was told the cookies went down  a treat at the event and I hope they were able to raise a good deal of money!

Hong Kong Cookies

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Hong Kong Cookies

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Farmyard Party

Well you can’t have a farmyard party without farm animals can you?  For our farm themed party, we made a number of sweet treats to go with our tractor cookies.  We had a herd of marshmallow sheep cupcakes.

And a pen full of pig-pops.  These were super popular and disappeared with astonishing speed.  The little cake pops are just the perfect size for little toddlers to munch on!

And lastly the tractor cake.

And here they are all together:

Many thanks to the wonderful Maria of Sugarbee who gave us a helping hand.  You’re the best!

For more of our cakes and parties, check out Enjoy! Bespoke Events.

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Tractors!

Get ready for some farmyard fun!  Here are some colourful tractor cookies that I made a little while ago for a fun farmyard themed party for a little boy.  The birthday boy in question loves tractors and farmyard animals and so it was the perfect theme for him!

Enjoy! Bespoke Events was responsible for designing a number of aspects of the party: the invites, cake and other sweet treats, decorations and party bags.

Stay tuned as we cover the party in the upcoming posts!

 

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Bridal Oreo Pops

Last week I also made these vanilla oreo pops.  Inspired by bridal design, these have a monochrome palette and sweet simple designs.  My favourites are the triple hearts and the ones with bridal “buttons” in a row.  I absolutely adore the row of buttons that run down the back of some bridal gowns and I wanted to capture that in oreo pop form!

These oreo pops are definitely moreish.  What’s not to love about an oreo covered in creamy white chocolate?

These would be perfect for a bridal shower or wedding!

For more of our designs, please check out our website.

Enjoy!

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Bridal Cupcakes

A couple of weeks ago I was asked to create some bridal inspired cupcakes for Hong Kong based designer Vivian Luk.  Vivian designs some truly gorgeous bridal and evening dresses, check out her dreamy creations here.  Plus she previously worked in New York with the queen of bridal design herself – Vera Wang.  If I were a bride-to-be I’d definitely head over to her atelier!

I wanted to create some cupcakes based on Vivian’s gorgeous dresses, so went with a white on white theme.   I kept things simple, clean and modern, with sculpted bows, delicate lace and a sprinkling of pretty flowers.

The cupcakes were lemon flavoured with a delicate limoncello buttercream frosting.  Just enough to add a grown up hint of alcohol but not enough to be overpowering.

These would also be perfect for a bridal shower or wedding event!

For more of our cake creations, check out our website.

Enjoy!

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Charlie and Lola Cake

Today I wanted to feature a super-fun cake by my friend and talented baker Maria of Sugarbee.  It’s a cake that she made recently for a Charlie and Lola themed birthday party for a little boy.  I think she’s really captured Charlie and Lola and I especially love the 2D nature of the cake decorations, very true to the cartoon!

Check out more of her creations on her website.