CakeBomb was delighted to celebrate with cake the three new store locations for Oak Furniture Land in the days leading up to Burns Night this January. Oak Furniture Land commissioned three of our artists to create Burns themed cakes for their new store openings in Hereford, Paisley and Stirling.
Veteran CakeBomber Annabel de Vetten-Petersen took on the Hereford store opening with a life-sized boxed set of bagpipes. The cake was later donated to the Hereford Burns Club for their annual Burn’s Night Supper and then auctioned to raise money for the Alzheimer Society.
For the Paisley store opening CakeBomb was pleased to introduce local cake artist Natalie Hume from ‘Tilly Makes Cakes’. Natalie made a huge Haggis cake to celebrate the occasion. The cake was later donated by Oak Furniture Land to local charity Home Start and accepted on their behalf by Councillor Hall, who also attended the store opening.
The last of the Burn’s Night cakes was made for the Stirling store opening by another newcomer to the CakeBomb team, Suzanne Esper. Suzanne sculpted a pile of Burn’s poetry books from cake, and a sugar ink well, quill, red rose and the Burn’s poem, ‘My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose’ painted onto aged edible paper.
What a great way to celebrate Burns Night!