Monday, 3 October 2011

London Trip: Part 3

These patisserie cakes from Le Papillon Patisserie looked and tasted incredible!  They are the perfect little mouthful of cake for each wedding guest! (although you will end up wanting more!)



Their mini gateaux tiered cake stand also looked amazing and so decadent...


There was also a croquembouche wedding cake that was really unique!


There were some gorgeous bridesmaid dresses and this grecian inspired one look gorgeous on all the girls who tried it on.







This stationery was by a fantastic company called Intricate Creations who specialise in bespoke, sophisticated laser cut wedding stationery.  I chatted to the owners for a while and their passion for what they do was really inspiring!











Once I noticed there was some kind of Star Wars convention next to the wedding show, I couldn't resist getting my mum to pose with the Storm Troopers! ha ha.


We met up with Tali again on Saturday night for a bite to eat and to make the most of our time before we left on Sunday.  Holly from The Yummy Mummy's Beauty Blog was supposed to come along too but in the end she couldn't make it.  We were gutted she couldn't make it but we are determined to all meet up soon for a weekend of shopping, lovely dinners and girly chat! 


On a special little note to Tali, I just wanted to say that she is one of the most caring, thoughtful, warm and genuine people I have ever met.  Every time we met up, she insisted on walking with us to get a taxi to make sure we got back to our hotel safely.  Like myself and my mum, she is a very spiritual person and we had endless amounts in common.  I felt really lucky to have met such a beautiful person.  Oh and, in case you are wondering, she is even more gorgeous in the flesh! Miss you already Tali!


5 comments:

  1. That Grecian bridesmaids dress is gorgeous, and so are those shoes! I definitely think you have the best job in the world! xxx

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  2. I love how you two look all pretty and summery, but the mannequins in the back are dressed in full on winter garb! lol I'm glad you had fun...really enjoyed all of your pictures! p.s. Your mom looks awesome in those red jeans!

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  3. the 'caramel profiterole wedding cake' is actually a croquembouche and its commonly served at weddings, baptisms and communions in Europe, especially France.

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  4. gorgeous gorgeous photos!! but love the pic of your mom, mainly bc my family and i are thinking of dressing up in a star wars theme for halloween- and she looks thrilled to be in storm trooper company!! ha!!

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  5. Love the photos!! Aww was so sad I couldn't make it :( we will meet soon!! Love the outfit with the Focco xxx

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