The Mother’s Day Macaron Class & High Tea 2015

Mother’s Day has come and gone and in the mayhem that preceded the Launch of my classes I forgot this post about my amazing Mother’s Day and the Mother’s Day Class and High Tea. So here it is, better late than never…

As we get older and become parents ourselves it becomes harder to allocate time on days like Mother’s Day between our mothers, our mother-in-laws and then finally ourselves with our kids. So when planning the Mother’s Day Macaron Class & High Tea I had a little bit of a selfish motive. I invited along my mother, my sisters and my mother-in-law to join in the class so that I would get a chance to treat them for Mother’s Day. We had a wonderful group of ladies as always and quite a few mums. The ladies were encouraged to dress up in their most fabulous high tea gear and there was beyond a shadow of a doubt two ladies that met the brief 100%.

The Mother’s Day class was a demo class, so the ladies got to relax while I demonstrated my macaron making technique and shared with them all my secrets. They then had 12 shells waiting for them to fill and decorate. I have to say that this is always the best part of the class for me because the ladies get to release their inner child as they play with the embellishments.

Afterward we all sat down for the high tea. The spread included savoury tarts and phyllo pastry parcels, cupcakes, cakepops, macarons, a chocolate and Bar One Cake, chocolate covered pretzels ( the best thing ever!) and a selection of pastries. I had a wonderful time getting to know a bit about all the ladies and having a laugh as we all shared stories over a cup of tea.

Each lovely lady took home their own tea pot and mug as well as some of the most amazing tea ever that was sponsored by Tea Pigs. They were also surprised with their own bottles of Willow Creek Olive Oil to take home.

The dads can also enjoy their Father’s Day with us at the “Me & My Dad Cupcake Class” on 13 June 2015, 9-12pm. The class is limited to 14 people so please book early.

This is what my Mother’s Day looked like…

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