Setting off on our 1700km road trip down to Victoria, we didn’t make any plans as to where we would stop, or how far we wanted to get each day. The only deadline we had was that we needed to be in arrive by the Sunday morning (we left on Friday morning), as our boys were being baptised at the local church that morning.
Thankfully the boys were PERFECT (well, close enough anyway!) and we arrived a whole 24 hours before the baptism. Although it was a small event, of course we needed a cake to celebrate!! In theory this gave me plenty of time to make and decorate one for them.
I decided to go with a simple butter cake, topped with butter cream for the boys baptism- the same one I made for my sister’s baby shower. I bought some very cute animal cake toppers from Coles, and also used smarties to decorate – I did need 2 large bags to get enough of the colours that I wanted!
I only finished decorating the cake 10 minutes before we had to leave for Church as I had
no little help from my husband who decided to go riding that morning and lost track of time – but let’s not even get me started on that!
The cake was a big success, there was way too much for just seven adults, but Liam was more than keen to try some!
This is such a versatile and easy cake to make. Even though you need to make two cakes to get the four layers, it still takes no time at all to put together. After the stress of getting everyone and the cake ready, it was a very fitting way to end what turned out to be a beautiful day xx