We are happy to announce that our Personalised Macaron bespoke service has gotten even better! You may now choose as many different designs as you like to be added to your macarons, and can order Personalised Macarons in any amounts. So, whether you want three Personalised Macarons to top your wedding cake, or three hundred for a corporate event, we have got you covered! We also now have quicker lead times for our Personalised Macarons, making them perfect for a last minute gift.
'Bespoke' is one of those words that pops up a lot in our line of work. In fact, pretty much every order we bake has bespoke touches; whether that is bespoke flavours, made to match colours, custom messages or, of course, Personalised Macarons.
Mother's Day is a time to say thank you to your mum for all she has done for you. She is the one who brought you into this world. She fed you, dressed you and put plasters on your cuts. She was patient as you learned to walk and speak, and she put up with you during your crazy teenage years. She offered you support when you needed it and is always there when you need a hug.
Through thick and thin, good times and bad, mum is always there for us. This Mother's Day, treat your mum to something truly indulgent and delightful. Our lovely macarons come in gift boxes and glass jars in a range of classic flavours, like rose. They are sweet and beautiful, just like mum, making them the perfect way to say "I love you mum!"
If you would like to place a Mother's Day order with us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wedding Palette Inspiration from LFW
For many brides and grooms to be, chosing a colour scheme or theme is one of the first steps in planning the perfect wedding. Having a colour scheme in mind helps brides and grooms begin to envision the details of their wedding. It also gives them more of a focus as to what they need to source for their wedding day; whether that's decor, desserts or bridal accessories.
Colour Palettes for Autumn & Winter 2014 Weddings-
From the first three days of London Fashion Week, we are starting to see a trend of pairing bright oranges and yellows with monochrome, greys and neutral shades, to create a great POP of colour. People generally tend to go for darker shades and more neutral tones for events during the colder months. But, LFW shows us that it's OKAY to go bright and bold, even in the Autumn and Winter months.
Here are some colour palette examples from the Topshop Unique and Preen by Thornton Bregazzi catwalks.
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