Come and indulge in the ‘Etiquette of Cake’ – decorating cake, styling cake and eating cake – in all its plant-based glory!

Michelle Crawford, Tasmanian stylist, writer and photographer, from The Bowmont, and prop-hunter extraordinaire Rachael Will, from Vintage Carousel, will be joining our founder, Cherie Hausler, in her beautiful Stables Kitchen in the Barossa Valley for a relaxed day of decorating and styling your own homebaked, wholefood cake. Hand decorate your cake with a bounty of foraged flora and freshly picked tendrils from Cherie’s farmhouse garden, set atop your choice of vintage cake props collated by Rachael’s keen eye, along with styling tips from Michelle and her extraordinary resume of experience working on cookbooks, and magazines such as Country Style, Galah and Inside Out, to name a few.

Pots of hand blended tea will be served along side a long table morning tea; eating goodies prepared by Cherie and Michelle, leaving your own beautifully decorated, styled and propped cake, boxed up for you to take home and share with family and friends. Rachael will also have her cake-focussed props available for purchase on the day, so you’ll leave completely equipped to create your own version of cake etiquette at home.

It’s going to be a delicious day, in a gorgeous space (the kitchen where All The Things TV is filmed for SBS) with a bunch of lovely people.

Tickets are extremely limited, so grab some friends, your camera or phone to take pics, and come to the Barossa for the day – just do it quickly!

Date: Sunday 23rd July
Place: The Stables Kitchen (Barossa Valley)
Time: 10am – 1pm
Price: $275 per person
Includes: Decorating and styling your own plant-based cake to take home, a long table morning tea to share, and your choice of Vintage Carousel props for purchase from her pop-up shop on the day.