We were asked to make a New York themed wedding cake and took inspiration from the Great Gatsby and the 20s – metallic and monochrome, a touch of a geometric pattern and some peacock feathers just to top it off!

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Wedding cakes are available from £3 per portion – please email us on bee@bees.jessepearson.net for more info!

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We made some very cute little colourful wedding favours last weekend – the wedding theme was green and yellow – and they looked very dainty on each person’s place setting!

They said “Thank you” on one cookie and “Mr & Mrs B” on the other.

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What could be more romantic than a wedding cake covered with hundreds of perfectly hand-piped miniature roses?

Mini rose cake full shot cut out

[Photograph Adam Stones Photography – http://www.flickr.com/photos/stonesimages/]

Bright, fun and pretty gorgeous, the delicate little sugar roses are individually made by hand and painstakingly placed on to complete the diagonal pattern.

Totally customisable, we can colour match the roses to any colour you choose – and we bake amazing cakes of all sorts of recipes including a classic Genoese sponge, to a more adventurous chocolate milkshake cake with a very grown up mascarpone filling.

Mini rose cake side angle

[Photograph Adam Stones Photography – http://www.flickr.com/photos/stonesimages/]

We’ve been working on this design for a while…figuring out just what we’d like our signature cake to be…and here it is!

Graffiti cake close up

[Photograph Adam Stones Photography – http://www.flickr.com/photos/stonesimages/]

Its an 8 inch roundchocolate milkshake cake, filled with a mascarpone and cream cheese frosting, decorated with chocolate fondant icing and hand piped graffiti lettering.

You can choose any name for the top, and any colour (as long as its BRIGHT!) £35, collected from West London.

lettering close up Graffiti cake lettering

Its available to buy online here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/154071202/graffiti-birthday-cake

I’ve had to dig out the old sugar flower making skills recently…lovely to be stretching a different creative muscle!

So here are a couple of close ups of a sugar flower made using a dog rose cutter…which can be made to look a wee bit like an open peony too.

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We were recently asked to make some customised jammie biscuits as wedding favours – incorporating the couples initials N and A…we came up with a few ideas, but the little gingerbread men looked the cutest!

They’re great because they can be personalised with the couples initials or just a simple heart shape…here are a couple more ideas that could look great as favours too…

 

 

 

And here’s a pic of the beautiful couple themselves and their lovely cake (!) – Nic and Al…xx