Pink and blue drip cake

Milla knew exactly what she wanted for her 8th birthday cake. She found me a picture of this layered sponge cake covered in blue buttercream and topped with delicious pink-coloured white chocolate drip. Finish it off with pink and white Squashie sweets. Perfect. Hope you had a lovely day Milla.


Princess Elsa Cake

This is the third year that I have made Fearn’s birthday cake and now she is going to be 5. Her grandparents ordered this one for her party and came to pick it up this evening – what else would you have for your fifth birthday but a sparkly Elsa princess cake? Under her sugar dress is a multi layered vanilla and buttercream sponge and the best bit is, when the cake is all gone, Fearn can give Elsa a quick wash, put the original skirt and shoes back on and she will have the doll as an extra present. Perfect. Have a lovely birthday Fearn.

Go Karting Cake

Louis and Arthur are ten. They are best friends and always have a joint party. This year they and their pals went go-karting to celebrate. A chocolate fudge cake forms the podium for this rather elaborate cake with the lads on top of course. Everything else is sugar! Hope you had enormous fun boys.

Sweet explosion

I have been making Margot’s birthday cake for a few years now. This year she has gone for an outrageous explosion of sweetshop sweets on top of a layered red velvet cake. Don’t eat it all at once Margot!

Cricket cake

Fred is an obsessive supporter of the Southern Braves Cricket team and for his 1oth birthday, his Gran ordered a sticky chocolate cake iced in the team colours. Hope you had a good day Fred

Beano Birthday

Amanda showed me some pictures of Beano inspired cupcakes and asked me for something similar to celebrate Oscar’s 9th birthday. So here we are, 12 chocolate cupcakes, covered in chocolate ganache and topped with Oscar’s name as well as sugar-paste depictions of Dennis the Menace and Gnasher. Hope they hit the mark.

Pink and purple butterflies

Alexandra spent her 10th birthday with her family and her Granny picked up this gluten-free, dairy-free sponge cake from me on the morning of the celebrations. Inside, the vanilla cake was layered with squidgy dairy-free chocolate filling. Outside, a cloud of purple sugar butterflies and lots of edible glitter.