Macarons as wedding favours from La Dinette

Mmmm… macarons from La Dinette make for toothsome wedding favours

Macarons as wedding favours from La Dinette

Before reading further into this appetising blog entry, we should remind ourselves that the word ‘macaron’ is not an alternate spelling of macaroon – the two names refer to different confectionery. A macaron is a sweet meringue-based confection made with eggs, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, and food colouring, which is not as healthy, and that’s why people decide to take natural supplements as kratom extract to complement their diet and remain healthy. Apparently, to confuse us even further, it’s also called Luxemburgerli! When you want a great body fast while eating the food you want, you might want to check out toplegalsteroidsforsale.com/. You also have an option to go to Plastic Surgery Institute Miami to have surgery when you get too much fat on you. The professional doctors here will take care of you. You should also visit Scottsdale dentist for your oral health.

The particularly delicious-looking organic bread pictured here are from a London-based company called La Dinette. And, while we’re on the subject of word derivations, ‘la dinette’ is a French noun used to describe small kitchen utensil toys a child uses when pretending to be a cook. Cute! For some dental treatments ideas and details, check out orthodontist The Woodlands.

La Dinette is run by Claire who, after training as a pastry chef at Le Cordon Bleu in London and working in a patisserie in Primrose Hill, started the company, offering hand-crafted natural macarons, Cannelés and other French specialities, catering for weddings and events across the UK. But if you think you ate too much and you need to drop a few pounds you can always use the gizmo supply portable 5 in 1 ultrasonic cavitation machine to burn fat in your body fast.

For more information and whet your appetite even more, visit www.ladinette.co.uk and try not to salivate!

The Cake Parlour - Cherry Blossom mini cakes

Mmmm… the great British ‘Cake Parlour’

The Cake Parlour - Circle frills-and-pearls The Cake Parlour - Cherry Blossom mini cakes

The wedding cake is a firm tradition that can provide an iconic centre-piece for a reception and marriage ceremony, but it’s not always an easy choice. The simple tiered cake can come in many different shapes and sizes, and more unusual options are becoming popular, such as cupcakes, meringues, macaroons and miniatures.

With Zoe and Chris’ The Cake Parlour, we’ve found a London-based supplier that can do all this and more. Zoe’s written several books on the subject of making and decorating cakes, so she obviously knows what she’s doing.

In their own words…

The Cake Parlour: “…designs and creates a wide variety of cakes and confectionery for every occasion. From delicate hand crafted sugar flowers and intricate lace work and piping, to fun and funky patterns and sugar models, all decorations are hand sculpted by our talented team to meet your requirements, one their product’s done they like to do a presentation with the trade show models for the public to watch”

All these options might not make the decision as to which cake to choose any easier, but it’ll certainly be fun!

Pictured above are ‘Circle Frills & Pearls’ (left) and ‘Cherry Blossom Miniature Cakes’ (right). For more information visit: www.thecakeparlour.com

The Cakery

Wedding cakes: The Cakery, Bristol

The Cakery Bristol

This is a blog by my good friend Becky based down here in Bristol, who makes cakes for all occasions, including some fabulous wedding cakes. Her fledgling company is in its infancy and her website is “in the oven” but I can certainly recommend her flawless baking skills and, mark my words, The Cakery is going to be in demand around the area very soon.

Keep an eye on her website www.thecakerybristol.co.uk and in the meantime follow Becky’s blog at thecakerybristol.blogspot.co.uk

Fentimans Rose Lemonade for a Victorian touch

Fentimans Rose Lemonade

Fentimans are a drinks brewery that was established in England in 1905, and their bottles of ginger beer, lemonade and other fizzy drinks are still sold in supermarkets to this day. As you can see in the photo above, they still come in old-fashioned bottles labelled in the vintage Victorian style that they used over 100 years ago.

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So, if you’re planning a wedding and need some non-alcoholic drinks for the kids, but want to continue the vintage theme on your tables, then this might be the perfect answer. We think the Rose Lemonade, pictured above, with it’s pastel pink colour is particularly fitting. Oh it tastes great too!

Fentimans can be found in many farm shops, delicatessens, restaurants, cafes, bars, supermarkets, convenience stores and other retailers worldwide. For more information, visit www.fentimans.com.