Posts Tagged ‘Wiltshire’

A sunny wedding weekend in the Cotswolds and Wiltshire

Wow, what a beautiful sunny Spring day 8th April 2017 was to get married!  The first busy wedding cake weekend of 2017 was a gorgeous one.  With wall to wall sunshine and two quite similar cakes but 2 very different venues.  Winkworth Farm in the Cotswolds Sarah and Jay chose the always lovely Winkworth Farm […]

A Spring Marquee Wedding

The 2016 wedding season has started in earnest and I have already created cakes for some lovely couples.  The first weekend in April was absolutely glorious and I had the pleasure of making a macaron tower for the wedding of Emily and Rob.  Their wedding was held at Liddington Warren Farm in an amazing marquee, […]

Squires Kitchen Exhibition 2014

I’ve just spent a fun weekend at the 28th annual Squires Kitchen Exhibition in Farnham, Surrey. It was my third year of being asked to exhibit my cakes in the Wedding Cake Showroom, and I feel so lucky to be amongst some amazing cake designers and their fabulous new wedding cake designs. I thought I […]

A busy week in JellyCake’s kitchen!

The Bank Holiday weekend at the end of May is always a very popular weekend to get married and 2013 was no exception.  With 4 wedding orders booked in, and deliveries from South Gloucestershire to the SouthCoast, it was going to be busy! The kitchen was well and truly taken over with 230 biscuit favours […]

Squires Kitchen Exhibition 2013

I started 2013 with excellent intentions to create the 4 new show cakes that I would be taking with me to exhibit in the Wedding Cake Showroom at the 2013 Squires Kitchen Exhibition.  I sat down in January and sketched out 4 cakes incorporating lots of flowers and new designs and techniques that I’d been […]

The Rectory’s Wedding Fayre – March 2013

I am very lucky to be the recommended supplier to some gorgeous local wedding venues, however The Rectory has to be one of my absolute favourites, and if I was ever to renew my vows, would be my venue of choice! Their Spring 2013 wedding fayre was on a cold and misty Sunday in March […]