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!
Looking for a cool and unusual party venue? Hire a tram to get a truly Hong Kong experience.
You can hire these gorgeous looking antique trams to whisk you and your guests from the Western District to Happy Valley (and back again). Plus there’s an open air area on top to so you can pop your head out and take a good look at the Hong Kong scenery.
Only thing to note is there aren’t any toilets on board, so plan well!
Might be a fun way to start out the night for a bachelorette party. Or perhaps as a fun leaving do – get one last good look at Hong Kong before you leave this little island.
Images via MyHKWedding, HK Tramways.
The Hong Kong Sevens are coming up this weekend and there is definitely a lot of rugby-themed stuff about. I want to write about these cupcakes I made a little while ago for a match between the two arch rivals: the New Zealand All Blacks and the Australian Wallabies. I love how these turned out, with the two cupcake teams squaring off on either side of the cake stand prior to the match.
For more of our creations, check out Enjoy! Bespoke Cakes.
Images via Enjoy! Bespoke Cakes.
Want a quintessentially Hong Kong venue for a party? The Aqua Luna is a gorgeous old school junk that plys the waters around Hong Kong Island. With its burnished wooden decks and crimson cloth sails, it’s a gorgeous venue with ample Chinese style.
I once had a major birthday party on the boat and everything from the comfy daybeds on the top deck to the seated tables for dining in the covered area was well thought out. With 1,500 square feet of indoor and alfresco space on two decks, the junk can accommodate up to 80 guests but doesn’t feel empty with a smaller group.
What a lovely way to enjoy the Hong Kong skyline, with the wind in your hair and a glass of well-chilled champagne in your hand.
Would be perfect for a special birthday or a leaving do!
Image via Aqua Restaurant Group.