Beautiful wedding cakes, cupcakes and favours from Baby Cakes of Bath

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Rural multi-coloured barn wedding

One of the most prettiest weddings I’ve had the pleasure of making a cake for. This wedding really spoke to me But first, this.


I can only imagine how beautiful it must have looked in the evening with those little lights switched on.


I know. I know! Bride, Cathleen, with a little help from her mum and sisters had the lightest of touches, always able to get it just right and never trying too hard, which is no easy feat when it comes to planning weddings. From the flowers…



… to the food…


…EVERYTHING looked either beautiful or delicious. A-hem, though I do say so myself. (Shameless.) So, here we have the cakes:


Four tiers of naked decadence: two Victoria sponge tiers with buttercream and seedless raspberry jam; one carrot cake with toasted hazelnuts and salted buttercream: and one tier of my trademark tirami-su cake with coffee syrup, Marsala buttercream and a hint of cocoa. The cupcakes included salted caramel with vanilla buttercream, lemon drizzle with lemon buttercream, strawberries and rich dark chocolate.


And I’ve just got to show you these paper lanterns, which I’ve photographed so very badly, but if only you could just imagine them the way they were on the day:


Lower Ludlow Farm is home to the rather wonderful T’s B&B (great reviews on Tripadvisor). Their beautiful barn space is now available to hire for weddings and parties, so do call Caro if you’d like to discuss the possibilities. With a barn like that and views like this, what’s not to love?



Congratulations, Cathleen, I hope you had a wonderful day! x