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May 8, 2010

Mie & Elliot's Wedding

 Photos Courtesy of Mike Danzeisen Photography
Great shot of Mie & Elliot in front of the majestic Banyan tree at the Hale Koa Hotel. 

One of my favorite things about making cakes is that I get to share them with my family and friends.  And when two of my friends decided to tie the knot, I was honored when they asked me to make their wedding cake.  Mie & Elliot were married on March 27, 2010 at the Bishop Memorial Chapel at Kamehameha Schools and their reception was held at the Hale Koa Hotel. 

This Photo Courtesy of Pinky Photography

Our friends with the Bride & Groom! Mike the photographer said, "Ok, now pick up your girls!" =)
 Congratulations to the newly weds!

When Mie, Elliot and I met to discuss their cake, Mie said she wanted to incorporate local flowers like pink plumerias and hibiscus'.  Their wedding cake was a simple white cake adorned with handcrafted sugar flower pink hibuscus, pink plumerias and white stephanotis arranged in bunches and in a flower dome topper. 

Mie is originally from Japan and she wanted to showcase the both the local flowers and flavors for their guests from Japan.  And so, for their flavors they chose Yellow Butter Cake with Lilikoi Cream filling, Red Velvet with Cream Cheese filling and Guava Cake with Guava Cream filling.  The couple followed in tradition with saving the top tier of their wedding cake to be eaten on their 1 year anniversary.

Below is an excerpt from a review Mie & Elliot left on our vendor profile:
"Thank you, thank you, thank you Kristen. What a scrumptious and beautiful wedding cake you made for us. Kristen was great to work with and flexible with her time to meet with us. She had some wonderful ideas that expanded on what we wanted on our simple yet elegant cake. The sugar flowers she made for the cake looked very realistic...  She's definitely an up and coming cake marvel. 
Mahalo nui loa Kristen, Eliot and Mie."

Congratulations Mie & Elliot!  We wish you a lifetime of love and happiness! 

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