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Unicorns & Dragons Afternoon Tea and Cupcake Class on Sunday 27th May 2018
D'licious and Mercure Great Danes, Maidstone proudly present Unicorns & Dragons Afternoon Tea and Cupcake Class. Do something different with the kids this half term. Have fun and learn something new whilst spending quality time with your children.
Working with D'licious sugarcraft professionals you will create four different, stunning cupcake topper designs. You will learn how to make an edible model unicorn, a friendly dragon, a freestanding rainbow, flowers, butterflies, dragon eggs and more. Pipe beautiful swirls, edible grass and dragon nests and finish your freshly baked cupcakes off with your newly created toppers. You can then enjoy your scrummy treats as part of your afternoon tea or keep them in their presentation box so you can take them home and show them off to all your friends and family.
The package includes:
Afternoon tea | Four freshly baked cupcakes per person | Sleek presentation box | Professional tuition | All materials and equipment | Certificate of completion | Star Baker award for one lucky child | Special award for one lucky adult | Two hours of cupcake class fun | One hour afternoon tea
Spaces are very limited and on a first come, first served basis.
We recommend a minimum age of 5 years for this event. Children under 4 will not be permitted.
D'licious can cater for all allergens and dietary requirements including wheat, gluten and dairy free, egg free, vegetarian, vegan. Please contact us to let us know your dietary requirements prior to the event.
Due to the nature of the event, times are approximate and classes may overrun.
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