Showing posts from June, 2016

Alzheimer's Society Big Ben Cupcakes celebrating cupcake day

Alzheimer’s Society is launching the UK’s first ever Cupcake Day on 16th June. Cupcake Day is a fundraising event where supporters are able to bake or buy cupcakes and sell them in aid of people with dementia. Celebrating the first ever cupcake day, Michelle from Michelle Sugar Ar t created the most iconic London's landmark: Big Ben in front of the parliament square made out of 240 individual cupcake design. Cupcake Day is all about celebrating your individuality and hope we can raise more awareness to help people with dementia. Find out more about Cupcake day and Alzheimer's society . Christina Macdonald (Media Champion), Jeremy Hughes (CEO Alzheimer's Society), Michelle Wibowo (Food Artist), Donna Air (Actress, Model, Singer), Sue James (Editorial for Woman & Home)

Celebrating The Queen's Official 90th Birthday

Everywhere in the UK today, despite the weather, people are celebrating The Queen’s official 90th Birthday. There will be a massive street party on the Mall in London, and many locals are having their own celebration around their villages and community. You might wonder why is the Queen has 2 birthdays? The date of the queen’s birth is actually on April 21 while the official birthday always held on a Saturday in June every year, according to the various sources this tradition is linked to the unreliable British weather and the Royal family wants to hold the grand royal birthday parade in the summer. Celebrating her 90th Birthday, Michelle Sugar Art is looking back at some of the creations that Michelle did related to the Royal Family This Queen’s sugar sculpture and the corgi dog won gold and silver medal at the Culinary Olympics 2012 in Germany. The queen was so impressed and we even got letter from the Buckingham Palace . The Crown was created for an exhibition in Toky