Ideas for (your) a perfect birthday
Honestly, I love birthdays.
Whenever someone comes into my family or circle of friends, I start planning and organizing early in my mind. My thoughts revolve around great gifts, our beloved family traditions, the birthday party and, of course, always for me the right invitation to the feast!
Our favorite family tradition
How nice it is when I open my Bastel collection tour before a birthday and look for the most important accessory: the wallpaper rolls! What do I need them for, you ask? It's simple: I make an oversized number for every birthday child, which I glue to a large window pane the night before the anniversary. Each digit is about two meters big! Large & Small are proud every year of the "number" of the new year of life that always accompanies us for a few days through our everyday life. This tradition is sacred to me and my family!
The perfect birthday invitation
As soon as a birthday is in the house, we think: Do we want and can we celebrate, on what day do we do this? How many guests are coming and who does the birthday girl want to invite? Should the party get a motto and if so, which one? Do we need a little program for birthdays? What do we want to eat and drink? While we're discussing all this, I'm thinking of designing the invitation card, which I've been taking over for decades for my entire family: from zero to hundreds, so to speak!
The advantage for you: My experience
You see, I'm trained to design invitations for any kind of birthday party when I know what's planned. I do this not only in private, but for many years for all my dear customers; earlier than printed paper cards; and since 2020 from absolutely sustainable conviction in the paperless form: My eCards!
How do you do? You simply send me with your order any information about your party about the info fields or by EmailYeah. If I have any more questions, I'll let you know. And then you get ruckizucki the perfectly adapted invitation card for your birthday party
No birthday without cake!
Honestly, I'd rather eat cake than bake it. Which, in turn, is a beloved family tradition of my colleague, Mrs Gesche. Therefore, as a crowning conclusion, we present to you successful birthday cake recipe their families:
- 200 g chocolate (mind. 70% cocoa) together with
- Melt 200 g butter in the water bath.
Little by little
- 200 g sugar (like cane sugar)
- 1 Package of vanilla sugar
- 200 g ground almonds
- 1/2 Package of baking powder
- 1 Prices of salt and
- Four eggs in the mass.
Lay out a spring form with baking paper or paste well and bake in the oven heated to 160oC (ambient air 140oC) about 40 minutes.
Once the cake is chilled, you can sprinkle it with powdered sugar as you wish or decorate it with a chocolate glaze, fruit and/or birthday candles.