If watching contestants make decadent chocolate layer cake, violet macaroons or Croquembouche has inspired the Masterchef in you, add Sugar Artist to you repertoire with Couture Cake Classes.
Started by three passionate sugar artists – Sharon Wee, Louise Vansleve and Lilia Yap – Couture Cake Classes shows eager students how to create edible art that is almost too delightful to eat – but not quite!
See these three sweet artists create spectacular cakes at Masterchef Live at the Hordern Pavilion and Royal Hall of Industries, Moore Park, on 10-12 December. Couture Cake Classes will launch its new children’s classes at this event.
Couture Cake Classes currently runs cake and cupcake decorating classes in Sydney CBD and Wollongong, which make fantastic girl’s days out, hen’s days, corporate events and parties. Private classes can also be arranged.
The three talented women behind Couture Cake Classes pooled their skills to offer students the opportunity to learn from each of them, as well as running their own cake businesses – Sharon Wee Creations (Sharon), Cupcakes for Poppy (Louise) and My Sweethearts Bakery (Lilia).
“We are all very passionate about sharing our skills with others and get such a thrill when we see students’ delight at what they have created themselves. We each have a different style so students get the benefit of this combined knowledge,” Louise explained.
“Our classes are a fun way for women to spend some time with girlfriends and they are becoming really popular with hen’s groups.
“Each class is deliberately kept small so each student receives the attention they need, and this way we can cater for all skill levels,” she added.
Cake and Specialty classes start from $220 per person and Cupcake classes from $170. Tools and materials, including cakes and cupcakes, are included for each class, so students only need to bring themselves and their imaginations.
For more information visit www.couturecakeclasses.com.au.