I’ve learned my lesson…

Remember at the Bridal Show earlier this year, I nearly lost my voice repeating all five flavors of my macarons plus three flavors of cupcakes 300 times. Well this time for the Broad Appetit, I am more prepared ( I hope).

Let me present to you the macaron food pyramid. ("Hungry" Hubby undertook it upon himself to take pictures of the macarons stacked up like this…)


And the cupcakes? I am very excited to unveil….


Petites Bouchees Cupcake flags! They are made by the ultra-talented Jen of Miss Pickles Press who I found while visiting Courtney's blog Little White Book. I am very impressed with the quality of Jen's work and look forward to working with her in designing more fine paper goods for Petites Bouchees.

   I will try to remember to take pictures of our setup at Broad Appetit. I just baked 350 macarons and 160 cuppies and I am so freaking exhausted – not to mention having to package them. But they are totally worth it because they are too cute!


Oh and Richmond peeps, please visit the Petites Bouchees booth. We're #65 and are between Madison and Monroe! The cupcakes with the flags are in limited availability, so stop by early :). See you all (hopefully) at the Broad Appetit!

22 thoughts on “I’ve learned my lesson…

  1. Oh my goodness! I'm so jealous, those look amazing. Now I need to go and make my own macarons – the pistachio ones look tempting… Good luck!

  2. This is my first time reading your blog and while I find your photos beautiful I am very disappointed in your writing. You should be ashamed – using the R word to describe macaroons that aren't to your liking. I don't even have a retarded family member yet I am still highly offended. Grow up and use a real adjective!

  3. Hi Susan, I apologize for using that word and have removed it. English is my second language and after googling the definition for the R word and realizing it did not mean what I thought it meant I removed it.

  4. Sis! I'm so looking forward to hearing how it went – you're going to be one (if not THE) of the most popular booths there! Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!

    Good thinkin' on the macaron chart – and hubbs did an excellent job photographing them!

    Don't you hate trolls? 🙂

    Love you!!

  5. How I wish I could go and be able to purchase your goodies! I'd probably have to bring a cart to take away my loot! 🙂 The tags and the chart are adorable and sure to be a smashing hit!

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