A stunning Kitchen Tea Dessert Buffet!

If you’re planning a party, maybe a kitchen tea or bridal shower for your upcoming wedding celebrations, or you’re wanting to create a dessert buffet for a party, this event is one to look at! Such a beautiful set up, we love the balloon arch with gold splashes, the marble cake and the gorgeous little desserts.

Check out more details and photos here.

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Your Ultimate Wedding Checklist

Are you or someone you know getting married or planning a wedding? A wedding can be an exciting, yet overwhelming thing to think about. Depending on what type, style, and size of wedding you’re thinking of having, there are so many moving components to think about.

We have some great wedding ideas and tips you can look through to help you with finding your wedding style – take a look here.

If you’re planning an engagement party, check out some great ideas to plan your party here.

If you’re thinking of having a kitchen tea or bridal shower with the girls, we have lots of ideas and inspiration to help you out – check them out here.

We have put together an ULTIMATE WEDDING CHECKLIST to help you tick off each item to plan your big day. This checklist is fantastic – comprehensive and easy to follow, and covers all the little details so you don’t need to try remember them all on your own! A must have for any bride to be.


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How to make your own mini Aldi Personalised Chocolate Bars

Are you wanting to make your own little personalised chocolate bars? Don’t know how to do it? We have created a great little video to show you how to make your own individually wrapped bars with the Aldi mini chocolate bars. These are a fantastic party idea – great as take home gifts, lolly bag fillers, or wedding bonbonnierre.

Watch how here!

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Tropical Party Ideas

In summertime, Tropical Parties are such a popular theme! You can put your own spin on the design and styling too, mixing the traditional pink, yellow and orange bright colours with black and white, or even add some greenery!

Tutti Frutti is another popular Tropical Party Theme idea, and this adds in fruit as the style, adding more colour and wow factor to your party. Or you can go more Hawaiian style with your Tropical Party, or even Flamingo style – the sky is the limit so get creative!

We have put together some amazing Tropical Parties for you to get some great ideas to plan your perfect party.

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Rustic Wedding Lolly Buffet

If you’re planning your upcoming wedding, you will find some beautiful ideas in this rustic themed lolly buffet, created for a wedding celebration. We just love the use of timber crates, and the rustic butter cream cake, with the pop of heart lights to really give a romantic feel.

View the whole event details and photos here.

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Everything you could want in a Vintage Wedding

There are so many themes and styles you can go with for weddings these days, but a simple, vintage, lacey wedding style, is so classic and beautiful, you can’t go wrong! We adore this stunning wedding set up, and all it’s little touches. Beautiful lace details, yummy desserts, and gorgeous vintage furniture.

See more details and photos here.

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How to make a Chocolate Drip Cake

Drip cake

Drip cakes are all the rage at the moment for parties, so why not try your own hand at making one! They are a simple way to have a cake with a bit of wow factor.


  • 250g unsalted butter, softened (for cake) and 500g unsalted butter, softened for buttercream icing
  • 2 cup caster sugar
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 6 eggs, at room temperature
  • 3 cups self-raising flour, sifted
  • ½ cup plain flour, sifted
  • 1 1/3 cup milk
  • 500g dark choc melts
  • 2/3 cup thickened cream
  • To Decorate: Fresh strawberries or fruit, or different chocolate bars, the options are endless!
  • 6 cups icing sugar mixture for the icing

Steps to Make:

1. Preheat oven to 180°c. Grease the base and side of two 20cm round cake pans and line with baking paper.Beat butter, sugar and vanilla with electric beaters until light and fluffy. Beat in eggs, 1 at a time. Stir in flours and milk in two batches.

2. Spread mixture into prepared pans. Bake for 50 minutes or until skewer comes out clean. Cool in pan for 10 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

3. Meanwhile, for the buttercream, beat butter with electric beaters for 5-8 minutes until light and fluffy. Gradually add icing sugar, a spoon at a time, beating until combined. Add 2 tbs boiling water. Beat until light and fluffy.

4. Trim tops of cakes so they are flat, then split cakes in half horizontally. Place base of one cake on a plate and spread top with ½ cup buttercream. Top with another layer of cake. Repeat, finishing with upside-down base of second cake. Spread buttercream over top and side of the cake. Place in fridge for 30 minutes until buttercream sets firm.

5. Meanwhile, add choc melts and cream to a saucepan over very low heat. Stir constantly until chocolate is melted and smooth. Allow to cool and thicken slightly, then pour over the chilled cake, allowing it to dribble over the side a little. Make sure you are careful with how much you allow to spill over the sides, as you want it to slowly drip, and stop part of the way down the sides. Top with chocolate-dipped strawberries, or with different chocolate bars, or create your own topper!