Frills and monochrome..

At long last the amazing wedding of Sasha and Artiom, planned by the super talented Penny @ Tigerlily weddings, (, which we were super proud to be part of, is now live on The wedding was back in August of this year and held at the breathtaking Clivden House. You can see Penny @ Lovecarlett’s fabulous write up here;


Our booking with Sasha and Artiom all started with an exclusive private tasting at the couple’s home in central London. From their six flavours they had pre selected to try from our menu of then 12 flavours, they chose our Valrhona chocolate sponge with Belgian chocolate ganache buttercream, our red velvetsponge with vanilla bean buttercream and a small tier our of rich cherry brand fruit cake. The hour or so absolutely flew by and aftewards the couple had (delightfully), raved about our cake flavours to Penny and were super excited to have us on board. (How wonderful?!!)

The cake was designed trying to bring all aspects of the cake together with their logo and both elements of the dress and elements of our cakes that we had already produced that Sasah and Artiom both loved.
Six different designs were sketched for the bride and the couple gradually narrowed it down and with a few alterations the cake below was born.


sasha and artiom 1 (sml)

Monochrom wedding cake with Frills, pearls and sugar flowers

The couple were also keen to have a dessert table which we did for them supplying cake pops, champagne shots, lemon possets, mini cupcakes, Macaraons, (supplied by the lovely Reshmi at Anges de Sucre) jelly bean cupcakes (a weakness of the groom’s and various truffles.
Delivery day – thanks to the super talented Penny was an absolute breeze. Every detail no matter how small is always remembered. It was an absolute joy to be part of such a fabulous day.

Just a shame that the warm summer days seem so far away!
Congratulations again to the gorgeous couple.

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