Welcome to the world of Wacky Wendy Woo... That's me!
I live in Gloucester, uk. I'm a singing, knitting, crocheting, baking, reading girl who loves travel, a good walk with her man and dog and a nice hot mug of coffee!
This weekend I was luckily enough to have my parents over from Lincoln and my Bridesmaids over from London and Dublin so we could go wedding dress shopping. It's all very excinting and feels like I'm watching someone else try dresses on. Perhaps because shopping for a dress for your big day is something you only plan to do once and don't do until you are actually planning your wedding it all feels quite surreal.
So after a long day putting dresses on and taking them off countless times we went back to my house and stood in the cold breeze of my garden and had a little BBQ.
We also wished my mum a happy Birthday for next week and had a great time eating the cake I made for her.
Making this cake was exciting for me as for her last Birthday I baked and decorated my very first cake. It was the cake that got me hooked on baking and my 17th in a year.
In all my cake baking madness I've failed to blog about one of the most important holidays of my life in August last year.
For my 30th Birthday my wonderful man whisked me away on a suprise holiday. I had no idea where I was going until I got to the airport and I discovered we were going to a place I never thought I would make it to see and a place I've wanted to visit for such a long time...
He'd thoughtfully booked us into a hotel in Manhatten's financial district and we filled our days to the brim.
So it was Mother's Day on Sunday so when I went to visit, as a naughty little treat, I took my mum some freshly baked Triple Coffee Whoopie Pies and some cute Vanilla Cupcakes with a super sweet rapsberry centre.
My gorgeous friend Jen turned 30 yesterday so to help her celebrate I made her some Jar Cakes and a cute vanilla sponge birthday cake. Jen loves all things vintage so I tried to capture a little of that style in her cake.