Jan 19, 2014

Little Red Racing Car Themed birthday by The Iced Biscuit






I had so much fun creating this ³Little Red Racing Car¹ Party for Max¹s 3rd
birthday.  We are privileged to live on a farm which provides us with a
superb party location, however the weather was not kind to us which meant a
lot of energy went into making the outdoor party completely water proof.
 
After working up an appetite on the race track and in the Jumping Castle,
the children sat down to a lunch of home-made sausage rolls, finger
sandwiches  and mini hot dogs before descending on the desert table.
(Followed closely by their parents!)
 
The table was laden with goodies and whilst I made a lot of it myself I had
a bit of help from some very talented ladies.  I made the two tier chocolate
mud cake, Row from Eat-A- Rainbow made the adorable cake bunting and Sarah
at The Cake Stop in Beaconsfield made the little red car toppers.
 
My specialty is decorated iced biscuits so I made 3 different designs using
different techniques.  I also made coconut ice, red velvet cupcakes with
cream cheese frosting, chocolate coated Oreos, chocolate spoons, jelly pots,
vanilla bean panna cotta and white chocolate and raspberry mousse.
 
The delicious rose water mini meringues were made by my Mum Helen,  the
Frustose Friently Foodie, the vanilla macarons were made by Anne- Sophie and
the salted caramel cake pops were made by Naatje Patisserie.
 
Max had an amazing day and decided to add the cake toppers to his toy
collection!  

Vendor credits:
Cake, biicuits, cupcakes, chocolate coated Oreos, chocolate spoons, dessert
pots, coconut ice: The Iced Biscuit
Cake Bunting : Eat a Rainbow
Cake Toppers: The Cake Stop Beaconsfield
Macarons: Anne-Sophie
Cake Pops    Naatje Patisserie
Meringues     Fructose Friendly Foodie
 Red Cake stands, compotes, scoops; treat boxes: Sweetpickings Candy Buffets
Bean pots, honeycomb balls:  The Little Big company
Mini dessert jars, lanterns, wooden cutelry; Occasions by design
Printables: Anders Ruff
Styling & Photos: The Iced Biscuit


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