I was in cake heaven when an email from Rosalind Miller hit my inbox. Rosalind creator of Rosalind Miller Cakes was announced as the national winner for Best Wedding Cake Designer at the National Wedding Industry Awards 2012. This lady is super TALENTED!!!(SUBMISSION, NOT A SPONSORED POST)
Having established Peggy's Cupcakes in 2007, winning her wide recognition and praise, Rosalind has once again turned her years of experience as a graphic design lecturer at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design to wedding cake design and created the new and fashionable Rosalind Miller Cakes, offering bespoke wedding cakes ranging from romantic-chic to contemporary elegance.
If you're on the hunt for a cake designer then I most definitely recommend you visit the Designer Wedding Show next weekend (February 10-12), where you can meet Rosalind and get to see her collection of new and unique high-end cake designs.
Rosalind’s use of inventive techniques and her unique style in original cake designs have graced the front pages of many cake design and wedding magazines, including: Brides Magazine, Perfect Wedding, Wedding Ideas, Wedding Cakes, as well as international publications such as Elle Japan. Most notably, the gold leaf Marie Antoinette wedding cake and the Birds and Lace cake, were featured in a multiple-page editorial/photo-shoot for The Sunday Times Style Magazine on November 27, 2011 (see below). Isn't this shoot gorgeous, I'm literally drooling over these pics?! ;-)
Rosalind has been featured on national Television, including the BBC, and the Great Cake Bake on Wedding TV in 2011 and was invited to become a member of London’s prestigious Experimental Food Society and take part at the annual exhibition at Truman Brewery on Brick Lane (November 2011). Having earned a seal of approval from the influential Squires Kitchens, Rosalind’s wedding cakes will be exhibited at the Wedding Cake Showroom at their annual exhibition (March 9-11, 2012).
Rosalind offers classes in baking, covering and decorating wedding cakes, and a separate class in which you can learn how to create your own exquisite sugar flowers. You can find out more on her website HERE, I'd love to attend one of these classes they look AMAZING! I've always fancied the idea of becoming a cake designer.
For more info and pictures pop over to Rosalind Miller Cakes.