All posts tagged: cupcakes

Woodland Wedding Inspiration

I got the idea some time ago for this shoot. I bought a woodland creatures cookie cutter set from Ikea, it had a bear, elk, fox, squirrel and hedgehog. At first I thought it would be fun to do a little woodland theme for the cookies but then I kept thinking about adding more things and thenΒ before I knew it it turned into this! The theme of this wedding cake table is woodland. It includes lots of lovely green foliage such as ivy and beautiful dark red fruits and berries like grapes and blueberries. The naked cake is a really simple yet beautiful option for a wedding cake. Adding fruit, flowers and/or foliage makes the cake look stunning and it’s definitely possible (and cheap) to make this cake yourself. All of the food featured is actually really simple to make, it just requires nice presentation. I’m hoping this post will inspire brides-to-be, guide DIY brides on what desserts to consider or at least help with choosing food/cakes and presentation/theme. The food featured in this post …

Rainbow cupcakes

These are seriously the greatest thing ever. I am so in love with rainbow cupcakes, just look at them! Aren’t they just the prettiest things you’ve ever seen? They make an ordinary vanilla cupcake pretty spectacular and are super easy to make. You just need to put some food dye and voila! Rainbow awesomeness. I paired these with a simple yet tasty vanilla buttercream slightly tinted pink. Rainbow cupcakes – 115g butter, unsalted – 2 eggs, lightly beaten – 200g self raising flour – 140g caster (superfine) sugar – 1 tsp vanilla essence – food dye Buttercream frosting – 1 1/2 cups butter, unsalted – 6 cups icing (powdered sugar) – 4 tbs milk – 1tsp vanilla essence – food dye Method Preheat oven to 180C/350F. Line a muffin tray with cases and set aside. In a large bowl beat the sugar and butter until creamy and lighter in colour. Add the vanilla and combine. Pour the lightly beaten eggs and mix thoroughly. Sift the flour and fold gently until combined. Separate the batter evenly …