We think there’s no better way to promote your brand than through the medium of cake, and the guys at Teletext Holidays obviously agree. We did these super cute customised corporate cupcakes this week, including edible sugarpaste board shorts and 3D beach umbrellas! Who said corporate had to be boring!?
The days are shorter, the air is colder and central London is ablaze with beautiful lights, which means that Christmas is just around the corner! We love London at Christmas time, and we don’t think that anyone visiting the capital at this time of year could help but get swept up in the festive spirit.
Team C&D start thinking about Christmas waaaaay earlier than is probably acceptable, but this means that we have loads of time to come up with an amazing Christmas offering. This year our Christmas selection will include returning superstars like Christmas Pudding, Salted Caramel, Christmas Spice and Red Velvet with some very welcome newbies like Mince Pie, Chocolate Truffle and Candy Cane!
In addition to our standard offering, we also specialise in really amazing, original corporate cupcakes and can add any logo you like to our fun festive selection. If you don’t want to ferry them all over London, we also arrange deliveries, so we’ve got your corporate gifting covered! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info!
Who knew that four years could pass by so quickly? It feels like just yesterday that Olympic fever struck our lovely city. Now it’s Rio’s turn, and we’re super excited… finally some coverage of professional trampolining on National Television! The guys at Seven Dials PR are excited too, apparently, as they commissioned us to create these Olympic themed cupcakes to send to their lucky clients.
We’ve had the pleasure of doing many an order for the guys at Simon & Schuster over the years and they always give us the freedom to create something really fun, whatever the occasion. Sara-Jade sent us the poster for their Books & The City event, outlined a few key elements that she wanted us to include and then allowed us to do our thing. We think the end result is pretty great!
Who said corporate cakes had to be boring? We’re big fans of this fun, tiered cake we did on behalf of the team at LinkedIn, as a gift for the guys at Unilever to congratulate them on an epic number of LinkedIn followers!
Here’s some more cool Casino cupcakes, this time for Genting Casino’s 1st birthday bash. A classic casino-inspired colourway, plus handmade celebratory ‘1’ poker chips, dice and piped card suits.
The cake-based celebrations of Sky Movies Disney’s 1st birthday didn’t stop after the huge 4.5ft cake and the super-cute toddlers… The guys from the House of Mouse were keen for everyone else to share the fun, so the following week we sent 24 matching 8″ cakes to the great and the good of London’s TV journos…
It was Sky Movies Disney’s 1st Birthday last weekend, and what better way to celebrate than by dressing up some adorable babies who share it’s birthday? We were thrilled when they asked us to provide a cake of course, and even more thrilled when it turned out it would need to be big. Like, really big. At over four-and-a-half feet tall it was easily the biggest cake we’ve ever produced! Click on below for more adorable pics of the Sky Disney kids and the cake itself.
Remember those ace Hunger Games cupcakes we did last year? Well here’s some more… Lots more! After many hours of wrist-cramping piping from our very own Jemma we topped these bad boys with custom sugarpaste hand-piped Mockingjay and Hunger Games/Catching Fire discs for the guys promoting the forthcoming Catching Fire movie.
One of our regular corporate clients has meeting rooms named after different areas of London, so what better theme, they thought, for an internal company party than one based on our fair capital. Quite a lot of hours and a whole heap of sugarpaste modelling later we delivered 400 of these cute London themed cupcakes for them to enjoy. Complete with black cabs, tube signs (named after the meeting rooms, not the tube stops, before anyone writes in or starts hunting for the elusive ‘soho’ tube station…), London buses and bright red pillarboxes.