WOW! Is all I have to say.
From start to finish Nicola was the perfect wedding supplier. I always had my heart set on a showstopping cake Nicola did not disappoint.
Nicola’s bespoke original design for us was greater than we could of ever of imagined. Not only did the cake look incredible it tasted absolutely delicious too. Nicola made the whole process so stress free and kept us in the loop throughout.
I would recommend Hall Of Cakes to anyone. I have had nothing but compliments since the wedding. We can not thank you enough, a very happy bride and groom
We are so excited this year to be working on some amazing wedding cakes to be delivered to the stunning Hedsor House. If you don’t now Hedsor House, you must look it up.
We are so privileged in the UK to be surrounded by so much wonderful history and architecture. Hedsor is another historic gem that dates back as far as 1166.
Set in acres and acres of stunning grounds, it is one of the UK’s premier wedding venues and we feel very honoured to working with two couples this year in designing and creating their wedding cakes – and one of them is going to be a whopper!!!
We can’t reveal the details of the cakes as yet, but will be sharing on our socials some snippets of the preparation as the dates near… In the meantime, here are some of our most elaborate wedding cake designs…
Thank you so much to Philippa Sian Photography for sharing the images of Amelia and Jonathan’s wedding day back in December
30 Pavilion Road in Mayfair was the venue. Tucked away just behind Harvey Nic’s this private house. managed by Searcy’s is a very unique venue for an intimate wedding or celebration.
Amelia and Jonathan wanted a showstopper of a cake. Oh, and I think mum did as well! It really is so flattering when couples come to us with a (kind of) vision of what they want, but then put their trust in us to create something that is bigger, better and grander in every way.
This wedding cake features over a hundred handcrafted sugar roses, plus hundreds of tiny blossoms and sugar crafted leaves. Amelia wanted her cake to look very ‘sugar crafted’ and whilst she wanted it it to look traditional, a modern take on traditional was required.
I absolutely love it when clients are brave enough to NOT to have a white wedding cake (which is becoming more frequent to be honest). When using white sugar flowers and white piping, the detail ‘pops’ out so much more than if the background of the cake is also white. Champagne is a beautiful contrast to white and still incredibly subtle. Combining with the ornate gold mouldings, I think the overall effect is a modern take on a very traditional elaborate design.
Amelia and Jonathan were an absolute pleasure to work for. I wish we could do this for them all over again!
Flowers are by the incredibly talented Amie Bone