This September has a massive roll-out of kiddies cakes. I think we have lots of kids born between the months of August and September. Even as a baker, I have been making so much cakes for kids' birthdays since last month. I also know lots of bakers who have been rolling out cakes. So this month's cake ideas segment is packed with beautiful designs. Some are constant repeat of designs (which shows how much kids and parents love the designs) while some are entirely new.
My idea is to have a large compendium of these beautiful arts so our readers can have a pool of options to choose from. Please feel free to copy are redesign. Remember to mention the baker who gave you the inspiration.
Lets see these collections...
Her name is Ifyness Ezenwajiaku and she is the Creative Director and CEO of iBake Events. I peeped into her oven and I saw beautiful cakes hand crafted to perfection. One thing I love about her works is her neatness and attention to details.
She has successfully maintained her large customer base for this long because they all love her cakes...I know you will love them too.
Just come and peep with me
Obviously this couple had smiles beaming on their faces and you can figure out why....Helado Delicia made their cakes right from the trad to the white. I am sure the crowd at the wedding rose up in cheers when the cakes were being cut. It is evident in the pictures
let's see the events in pictures
Lizzy Okon of lizzie's cakes n Crafts presented the slay mama with a beautiful cake to open the bridal shower party and the rest was history!!
this was how rolled the very next day after the uncut learning seminar. Some close friends of Ezinne Okonkwo, the cake celebrity host of the Dewdrops uncut learning seminar came together to celebrate her and the baby in the tummy. It was fun as the queens of the cake industry and some close pals digged it out in style and fashion. The tag was Yellow and the color blend made the night beautiful.
Let's see that very night in pictures.....
This was how we rolled it at the Dewdrops Uncut Learning seminar. There was so much fun to catch...so much things to learn....so much network to connect. It was awesome See some of the photos at the event. (don't ask me about my own picture here! I was busy snapping others that I forgot to add myself but I was there sha...)
It was the biggest of all learning assemblage. It was the Uncut learning, a fun fantastic bakers seminar. It was live at the event hall of the Civic Centre in Vi Lagos.
This event brought together almost all the bakers in the Nigerian baking industry. I use the word “almost” because the few who didn’t make it wished they did. There were lots of superb demo classes by master bakers of Nigerian origin both from here and from the diaspora. It was indeed a big resource from bakers to connect and learn. It was really uncut, unadulterated….