Forty ecstatic guests were entertained at Stewart Thomas Manor, 2143, Boundary Avenue, Farmingdale New York. A great choice, close to everything yet a world away. The philosophy here is, ‘Excellence in catering’.
A groom’s night is very rowdy and guys have a lot of fun.The idea is that the bride is not present, as this is the last time a groom is free and away from his wife to be. The cake that was ordered from us had to capture that mood.
So, on a white fondant covered board we set a scene of murky waves surging over the beach sand, made from brown sugar. A treasure chest, still containing the glittering loot, was left near the pirate ship. The remains of an octopus in pink floats on the water.
Our artists creation of the ship, was very realistic in deep purple and gold, anchored nearby. Gold railings adorned the edges. Sombre black sails featuring the emblem of pirates, skulls and crossbows, adding a touch of foreboding to the mystical scene. The ship apparently abandoned, seemed derelict. However, for a more realistic moment of enjoyment we used a delicious filling of red velvet and cream cheese.
The cake, the vibes and the fun, was appreciated by all attending the party.