Last Sunday, we hosted a bridal shower, the guest had asked to do a mini cake workshop as their activity. They were beginners, but you would never know from looking at their cakes! They did such an amazing job, we may have to hire some new staff!!
Ever wondered how to make a mini cake? Well wonder no more! Join us on Sunday April 15th from 1:00-3:00pm and learn to make your very own mini cake with buttercream icing and fondant decorations! Email us for more information or to register email@example.com
Not only will we be offering making minis this year, we’ll also be offering making mini cakes too! If you sign up for our adult baking class you can learn how to make these fantastic, little mini cakes. Not only are they adorable, but they are perfect for one serving size and are great to serve at your next dinner party! One cake’s flowers were made with gumpaste and the other with modelling chocolate. Each has its own benefits however. Gumpaste tends to dry out extremely quickly and will sometimes crack. Gumpaste is often used to make flowers and decorative pieces as it can be rolled out very thin. Modelling chocolate is similar to a clay like substance and is easier to smooth out your seems with. Both are very pliable materials and are fantastic to use for decorating cakes.