This past weekend, I had the pleasure of making wedding cupcakes for a friend of mine and her new husband. Now, I was a little anxious about making these cupcakes because, although I’ve made cupcakes for a wedding before, this bride wasn’t going to have a huge wedding cake in addition to the cupcakes. There was a smaller cake topper but other than that, these cupcakes were it. Needless to say, I wanted them to be perfect.
Perfect blank canvasses to work on.
The final product
I truly loved how these turned out and if the comments I heard while I was setting up was any indication, the happy couple did too.
Recently I received the largest order to date – 150 cupcakes, individually packaged, all topped with a logo. Needless to say, I was very busy, frantically baking in my little kitchen. It looked like a scene from a movie, flour all over the place, ingredients covering all countertops and tables. My little kitchen is not equipped for such orders but I made do. In the end, they turned out great! And I was able to used a new technique I learned using edible images. They looked so cool!
Thanks so much for the support, Toronto Rehab! I hope you enjoyed them!
It’s been a hectic few weeks around here but not too hectic for baking cupcakes! I’ve been meaning to try out new recipes but, lucky for me, Baked for Good has had a great start and I’ve been busy making orders!
Two weeks ago, I made these delicious birthday cupcakes for a friend that I needed to share with you guys.
They look pretty good if I do say so myself! haha
I’ve got a lot of new flavours lined up for trial so be sure to check back here for updates.