Chocolate, Magic & Spells in Choccywoccydoodah's Witches Kitchen
We realised not long ago that we’ve been so busy this year that we haven’t had a chance to visit Choccywoccdoodah’s new shop and cafe in Brighton! Well we got our chance the other day when we were invited to attend the launch party of the new Witches Kitchen, where you can create your own Choccywoccydoodah masterpiece, with tuition from some of the lovely Doodahs themselves! After a tour of the shop and cafe (which are amazing!) given by Christine herself, we were each given a little space to work in, and a choice of Choccywoccydoodah items to decorate. Penny chose a couple of mini skulls, and I went with two choccy willies…
Helped by the Doodahs, who were painted as witches and skeletons, we had a blast decorating with chocolate flowers, leaves and sweets, then piping melted chocolate and dusting with choccy glitter. After the glittery chocolate dust had literally settled, our chocolate creations were beautifully wrapped and presented, ready for us to take home with us. We really can’t recommend heading to the Witches Kitchen enough – it would be a brilliant activity for a birthday or hen party!
Cakes in the Wood
Our hearts were in our mouths the whole time as we watched these precious Choccywoccydoodah masterpieces being carried from the van to the heart of the woods in what can only be described as a mud bath! Slip sliding and sinking in the mud was all part of the fun of this woodland bespoke cake shoot!
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The Choccywoccydoodah Photography Book
How effing proud are we?! “Pages 60 to 63, 66 to 69, 76 to 117, 120 to 155, 182, 192 to 195, 201 to 209, 212 to 221, 224 to 236 and 239 were photographed by Tino&Pip!” That’s us!! Massive thanks to Christine and her uber-talented team of Doodahs for involving us in their adventures – honoured, and can’t wait for the next one!
P.S. The Choccywoccydoodah photography book is available to buy online and in their Brighton and London shops.
'The Anti Bride' Featured in Unique Bride Magazine
Another feature in Unique Bride magazine! SUPER-EXCITED! See the rest of the Anti Bride shoot here.
Fabulous Flora at Dodo Vintage
We’re always pretty chuffed when we set up our stand at a wedding fair and take a step back – we pride ourselves on making it as colourful and eye-catching as possible! Well a few months ago we ran into Donna from Fabulous Flora whilst exhibiting at Belle’s Bridal Bazaar, and found someone who takes colour and pattern as seriously as we do! Not only are her stands bright and colourful, but she makes some pretty special button bouquets (which we’re hoping to get some pics of soon!).
Whilst we were chatting to Donna, she mentioned an amazing shop on Brighton called Dodo Vintage, and how it would be pretty special if we could do a shoot there with some of her floral arrangements. Well we are never shy of looking at gorgeous old objects, and jumped at the chance. When we arrived, we completely understood why Donna had fallen in love with the place, and it was absolutely perfect as a backdrop to set off her flowers – the mix of shabby chic and industrial pieces worked beautifully with both the softer palettes and the bolder ones. We love your flowers Donna, and congratulations on your newly opened shop in Worthing!
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