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Thursday, 4 June 2015

Cakes Go to Church

It was children's day last week and on Sunday, during the service, the children were celebrated. It was also the last Sunday of the month so birthdays and anniversaries for all born in the month of may was celebrated. So I made these cakes and they went along with me to worship.
We are always celebrating in my church. I bet you'd love to be in the next service.


Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Onyi and Ihe's Wedding Cake

My younger brother's white wedding was on the 23rd of May and we at creamy cravings made the cake. It was a very busy weekend because a dear childhood friend was also wedding and we were charged with the responsibility of making her cake.

You can add 280 cupcakes and 250 cookies to that list. Since the cake was assembled by my friend, the brides elder sister I didn't get to snap the cake. Her's was different shades of teal ruffles and white. Am definitely posting it once I get a picture of what it looked like after it was assembled.

PS. Sorry about the shady pictures. They were taken in the middle of the night



When A Cake is Airborne ...

I found this "old" picture of a cake I made for my cousin's wedding in 2010. I didn't even know the things I now know about cake decorating.

I made all the sugar roses and leaves by hand. I had no cutter. I was still working a 9-5 job in a software house back then and I couldn't get that Friday off and my cousin's wedding was the next day. So I taxied the cake to the office from home, then taxied again to the airport in the evening then boarded a flight headed for Abuja.

Of course the cake couldn't have made all that journeying standing like that. All four tiers were in separate boxes. Even the flowers travelled separately, wrapped delicately like eggs in a box lined with old newspaper. Passengers who checked in with me were so fantastic! Once they saw they were cakes, they rallied around and helped me carry them till we boarded and landed. Nigerians are just awesome! Shout out to all the people who helped me on that day. God bless you all.

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