You can’t beat a bit of flower power – these sweet flower biscuits would give anyone a bit of sugary power!
When Lauren (whose husband I went to school with, and I also photographed their wedding in my other job as a wedding photographer – small world) emailed to say she’d seen the Pinterest board I’d been pinning for Jessica’s party, and could Rock My Style feature it I was very excited, but also slightly worried. Now I’d have to make sure I threw a pretty damn good party!
As Jessica is a summer baby, I settled on an ice cream theme (she’s also pretty fond of ice cream). Of course the weather was beautiful for weeks before the party, but on the day itself there was gale force winds and driving rain, so my ideas of a pretty outside dessert table, with lanterns and bunting hanging from the trees, wasn’t exactly practical.
The lovely Melissa from The Sweet Hostess lent me many of the lovely party goods, including the sequin tablecloth and green cake stand.
Go and have a look at the party on Rock My Style!
These horse and rosette biscuits would be a great gift for any horsy mad person – like our little sister who passed her exams with flying colours recently (she got 7, yes 7 A*’s!). They would also suit Andrew Nicholson who celebrated his 3rd win in 3 years at Burghley Horse Trials last weekend – we were there to see his cross country round and cheer him on.
We made these cute little foxes after a customer contacted us with a photo from these lovely biscuits by Make Me Cake. They had little navy and gold flowers to tie in with the baby shower theme.
I’m really keen on all the cute foxes around at the moment! We’ve just found some new gorgeous fox cutters so watch out for them appearing in our collections soon.
It was Jessica’s first birthday last week, and we had a little party to celebrate
I can’t share all the images yet as they’re going to be featured on a style blog (exciting!), but there was ice cream. Lots of ice cream. And ice cream biscuits. The colour scheme was mint, peach and gold so these little ice lollies and sundae biscuits had to match of course.
My other job is a wedding photographer and at my last wedding I was also the biscuit favour baker! These biscuits make great place names, and double up as favours too.
We were just a little bit excited when we got a late night FaceTime call from our brother and his girlfriend all the way from New York over the bank holiday – it could only mean one thing. The wine may have helped make things seem warm and fuzzy, but we were VERY happy when we heard that they’d got engaged.
Dan is not only a Honeywell, but also keeps bees, so a ‘Honey, bee mine’ set of biscuits was an obvious choice for an engagement present.
We also made monogram biscuits with their initials.
Congratulations Dan and Em!
It’s feeling a lot like Spring round here! We’ve got some very cute Easter Biscuit gift sets on sale now, from just £11.25 including postage – have a look at our shop to view the details.
All of our biscuits are made from free range eggs, British butter, the very British Golden Syrup, and British grown sugar and flour. Vanilla doesn’t grow very well here, so that does come from overseas – but we make sure we have the best. The result is crunchy, caramelly, amazing smelling biscuits, iced by our fair hands to look pretty good too!
All of our sets include postage and can be delivered straight to your friend/lover/sibling/boss, no gift wrapping required from you!