A couple of weeks ago I made a shark cake for a 3 year old’s birthday party. The colour scheme was kept simple with a range of aquatic blues and whites. The two tiers added plenty of height and drama while allowing for plenty of swimming space for the sharks!
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I’ve just landed in London and happened to catch the last day of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee (60 years on the throne) celebrations. There’s plenty of bunting and flag waving so I thought I’d do round up of Diamond Jubilee Cakes. The cakes shown here are all so very different in style!
Images via Tesc0, Park View 4 U, BBC News, Crumbs and Doilies Cupcakes.
Pregnant? Are you going to find out if you are having a boy or a girl? Have you heard of the gender reveal parties that are all the rage at the moment? No?
A gender reveal party is an event where you tell your friends and family if you are expecting a little boy or a little girl. The cake is the centre of attention and holds the secret! Frosted in a pristine white, it hides either a pink or a blue interior. That way when it’s sliced into, it’ll reveal the gender of the baby.
Want to be truly surprised? You don’t even have to find out the gender of the baby first. Get your obstetrician or ultrasound technician to write it on a slip of paper and place it in a sealed envelope. Then hand that envelope to your baker!
This could easily be combined with a baby shower. What a great way to celebrate the impending arrival of the baby and to tell your friends and family the gender in the truly unique way. Just make sure your obstetrician is super certain of the result and no one minds if it turns out to be a boy or a girl!
Image via Call Me Cupcake.
These Thing 1 and Thing 2 cupcakes are just the perfect treat for a Dr Seuss themed party. I love the bright primary colours which really make these cupcakes pop. They are just so fun, they’re sure to bring a smile to people’s faces.
Wouldn’t this be great as a party for twins?
Image via Good Life Eats.