When Emily Schuman of Cupcakes and Cashmere partnered with Esteé Lauder to launch their new fragrance Rose de Grasse, she ordered straight from our drop off menu, and simply requested that we add in lots of edible flowers to fit her floral theme. No problem!
Emily received menu items in our usual drop-off packaging and then re-plated it on her own china to reflect her own personal style and touch. She actually could have said that she cooked everything herself!
Emily sent over a mood board with a pink and brass color palette and so our drop-off team helped her to create a menu around that.
This cake looks simple, but with six different layers of chocolate decadence, it was anything but!
Photos: Kevin Mc Intrye