The big day came and gone… The wedding was held last weekend. Solemnisation/Nikah was held on Saturday, 29th April and reception/sanding was held the next day. As expected, of course there’ll be hiccups here and there but despite it all, things went well.. I couldn’t be more happier with our entourage, my bridesmaids and the groomsmen. They have been supporting us and helping us throughout the whole process, overlooked things to ensure it was smooth-sailing. Without them, it would have been a disaster.. What can I say? They have been awesome.. my best peaches.. It was pretty tiring for me with not enough sleep as up till the day of event itself, I still had things to settle.. but it’s all good now.. 🙂
Many things did not go as planned… from my decor, to my cake and many other things but I decided that I did not want to be a bridezilla on that day and kick up a fuss which will spoil everyone’s mood..
Here’s a recap of the events leading to the big day (forget about the errands running around back and forth here and there and the gift trays and ribbons I had to complete):
On Wednesday, I had my final fitting, 3 days before the event.. everything was good on my side.. We had to carry them all back to our houses.. damn heavy! He had his suit changed last minute, the day before the solemnisation because he decided he did not like the gray suit. Luckily the bridal company allowed him to..
Thursday, my henna night! My girls came over and we had a mini party till late night.. We chatted, watched movies, ate some food as they kept me company while I was doing my bridal henna. I finished my henna at 3am.. it was a looong night.. I hate the process.. once it’s on, ur hands and legs are deemed useless.. And it doesn’t smell nice too..
So I had to leave them overnight. I’m fidgety.. even peeled off some of the capping just so I can use my fingers.. 😁 Anyway, here’s the outcome.. I forgot to take a picture of my palm 😅
It’s been 9 days since… and I’m still tired from the wedding.. Will post more on the event next.. Till next time…
It’s that time of the year again when I have to look for log cakes… I personally love to browse lists instead of going to their own site one by one so here’s my own personal list based on my research so far.. In Singapore. I have NOT tasted any of these cakes so this is based on looks and ingredients (whichever sounds yummy and not weird.. Be warned though, I’m a sucker for chocolates so it may be a little bias =D)
Disclaimer: Credits to respective owners of images and text.. I do not own any of the images and some text are directly taken from source.
Top 10 prettiest/delicious looking log cakes in Singapore:
(1) Mad About Sucre 27 Teo Hong Road, Tel: (65)6221-3969. Last Order: 13th Dec 2016.
Choice of 2 flavours: Caribbean rum, French chestnut, light French caramel & dark chocolate OR French chestnut, French caramel and rum.
Available in small (sgd90+), medium (sgd140+) and large size (sgd180+)
(2) Mad About Sucre 27 Teo Hong Road, Tel: (65)6221-3969. Last Order: 13th Dec 2016.
An all-white log cake concocted with very popular ingredients of Japanese Yuzu and premium white chocolate. Available in small (sgd80+), medium (sgd130+) and large size (sgd160+)
Encased in an intricate chocolate box with a gold-dusted chocolate ribbon over is the almond chocolate sponge layered with 70% dark chocolate mousse, Morello cherry confit and Gianduja amaretto supreme, and covered with a tangy blackberry glaze. A crunchy chocolate hazelnut crumble base adds delightful textures to the cake.
Making a sweet comeback, chocolate lovers are sure to appreciate this perfect ensemble of chocolate cremeux and sweet and salty hazelnuts on moist flourless sponge, topped with praline mousse.
(6) Swensens Last order: 14th Dec 2016 (online), 17th Dec 2016 (walk-in)
Rich yet creamy Rocher hazelnut ice cream studded with crushed almonds decorated with macarons and chocolate truffle will make your taste buds yearn for more.
(7) Goodwood Park Hotel 22 Scotts Road Singapore 228221, Tel: (65) 6730-1867/68. Until 26th Dec 2016.
This sturdy serving of caramel pound cake layered with creamy salted caramel and almonds is generously coated with a nutty milk chocolate glaze, decorated with whole almonds and dainty dark chocolate squares.
An orange sponge cake set within layers of Vanilla Bavarois, Wild Strawberry Gelee and House-Made Orange Marmalade, the creation is finished atop a base of white crispy biscuit for an added touch of crisp.
I just have to add this in cause it just looks too damn pretty and a waste not to be in the list..