We watched an expert demo which made it look oh so easy but believe me it's not. It didn't help that we were using teeny piping bags without nozzles and I am still pretty happy with the result even if I did have to go over my name twice. Didn't make the cake taste any less awesome though. Speaking of which I have a confession to make, I thought I didn't like fondant fancies and wasn't planning on eating them. Hungry on the train home I decided to tuck in and boy was I wrong. They are delicious! Turns out I just don't like mass produced fondant fancies. I know exactly what I am going to be ordering from Betty's. YUMMY.
After laughing at our piping skills we were put into teams and given a box of goodies to create our own tea party with. We were Team Cupcake though the box didn't actually contain any cupcakes.
We decided to go for a cutesy set up and helped ourselves to a variety of pastel coloured props provided by Betty's. The props table was a delight to look at.
We unwrapped the contents of our box and set about making it all pretty before tucking into the various treats. There were lots of mmmm's coming from our table! Everything tasted as good as it looks, especially the chocolate mice.
I'm not sure which team created this display but I love how understated and elegant it is, the total opposite to our girly feast.
We came home with happy tummys and a box of goodies so I got to recreate it on Sunday for Gray, I promise I did share!
Thank you so much for having me Betty's, it was awesome.