As the festive season approaches, many of you will be preparing for your corporate or own house parties and our bespoke Dessert Tables will be a great feature for your party. We are not limiting the promotion to just Christmas so if you are planning for a birthday, wedding or bridal shower, you can take advantage of these offers too!
We have freebies & discounts waiting for you plus something special for the early birds... 1. 50pc Complimentary Marshmallow Pops with every Dessert Table booked for the month of December 2010.
* worth $50.00. * actual event date must be between 1 to 31 December 2010. * marshmallow pops can have a seperate color theme from the Dessert Table or be used as part of the Dessert Table menu/theme. 2. 16pc Christmas Party Pack petite cupcakes is yours free with every $1,000 Dessert Table order.
* worth $50.00 * min. $1,000 after discount / other promotions. * valid for dessert tables on/before 31 December 2010. * cupcakes must be redeemed between 1 November to 31 December 2010. * only self collection for the cupcakes, delivery will be at usual charge of $25. * cupcakes will be designed with Christmas theme only. * cupcakes can be used as part of the Dessert Table menu.
3. EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: Additional 5% off when you confirm your Dessert Table order between 15 September to 15 October 2010.
* deposit must be received between 15 September to 15 October to enjoy the 5% discount. * actual event date must be before 31 December 2010.
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A very supportive Michelle ordered this Dessert Table for her bride-to-be friend's Bridal Shower at her lovely home!
The table was to be simple & modern and the whole atmosphere was refreshing yet cosy. I absolutely loved it and was so excited for her and her party. She promised some pictures of the party *wink* .... XOXO Little House of Dreams
We have been real busy the past couple of months preparing for these 2 Bespoke Dessert Tables. Both were on the same day, it was quite a miracle we managed to pull it off!
Here are sneak peeks for the tables ... Bridal Shower Theme: Green & Ivory - the bride is not the usual girl who's into sweet, pink and pretty stuff. The whole atmosphere was really refreshing, loved it.
Isetan Tea Party Theme: All Things Sweet - Isetan in-house Japanese fashion labels organized a Tea Party for their valued customers. The entire setup was simply PRETTY!
More pictures to come, promise! XOXO Little House of Dreams
We have been featured recently in the foodie supplement of i-weekly along with Let Them Eat Cake and The Wedding Chateau. We are really glad to be considered alongside these other two fabulous companies! Desserts Rule...yummmmm
An article on The Business Times (17th July) featuring us...a big THANK YOU goes to our lovely customers as usual for the support!!
Little House of Dreams littlehouseofdreams.blogspot.com THEY say that those who love to bake, bake, while those who love to eat, eat - and ne'er the twain shall meet. But Audrey Lee is a different type of cookie altogether. The dessert fan loves the gamut of sweet treats and isn't content with just consuming them. She says: 'Whenever I go out and see a good dessert, I ask myself, why not try doing that?' To that end, Lee spends about as much time creating desserts as she does chomping on them - she's the brain behind Little House of Dreams, an event caterer that specialises in all things sweet. The business was started in 2007, a couple of years after Lee paid a visit to New York's Magnolia Bakery and found it particularly inspiring. 'That's when the cupcake craze really hit me - I started researching and found out that there were so many pretty cupcake possibilities out there,' she says. 'I thought I really had to make them.' Fast forward a few baking classes and hours spent trawling the Internet for ideas, and Little House of Dreams was built, which Lee - who has a marketing and advertising background and currently holds a day job in marketing communications - runs together with her arts-and-crafts-loving mother (she also gets a bit of help from her businessman husband, 'but only for the business side of things, because he's not a cake man'). The company, which started out offering just cupcakes and cookies, has since grown substantially and in May it began offering what it calls a 'bespoke dessert buffet', which is essentially a customisable dessert bar that offers anything from cupcakes and cookies to full-sized cakes and 'marshmallow pops' - skewered marshmallows dipped in chocolate and decorated with fondant icing. Of her decision to launch the service, Lee says: 'I often visit Amy Atlas and TomKat, two American websites that specialise in dessert arrangements, and I realised that that's not something we have in Singapore right now - mostly companies just offer normal catering services. So I thought it would be nice to offer the concept since I'm already doing sweet stuff.' It's also something, she predicts, that the local audience will eventually catch on to as people become more affluent, 'especially since Singaporeans just like to eat in general'. Little House of Dreams' dessert buffets start from about $400 for a set-up that's enough for 20 persons, and the figure goes up 'depending on the complexity of the design required', says Lee. The price also includes things like decorative items, beverages and 'Take Ones', customised containers that allow guests to bag or box the treats home. Bookings must be made two months in advance, during which time the business will revert with the proposed design details, right down to handing over swatches of material for the colour scheme. It's all very cute and crafty, and that seems to have hit the spot with the company's clientele. In the three months since its dessert bar concept launched, Little House of Dreams has gotten several bookings and even more enquiries, mostly from parents who are looking to organise children's parties. Says Lee: 'We are getting bookings from people requesting for themes such as The Backyardigans and Ben 10, which I had never heard of before! I had to research what they were - they turned out to be popular children's cartoons. Now, I must say, I'm quite in tune with all that stuff.' By Audrey Phoon email@example.com