class·y [klas-ee, klah-see] adj. of high class, rank, or grade; stylish; admirably smart; elegant.
When you think of class what comes to mind? Chanel, vacationing in the South of France, The Ritz Carlton Hotel, George Clooney? One thing that should be on everyone’s list by default is British Accents. Which is exactly why you should read this post in a British accent. Cupcakes this posh deserve only the classiest Julie Andrews impersonation you can provide. Chivvy up now!
10 days ago, a friend of mine packed her things and boarded a plane for the UK, where she will attend school for the next year. Bloody brilliant! I can’t even begin to contain my jealousy on this one!
I was asked to make some cupcakes for her family farewell dinner and was given free reign on the design…the first thing that came to mind was Tina’s unequivocal love for One Direction, but when I thought of how her Mother might be less than gobsmacked when she came to pick them up I went back to the drawing board (Tina, don’t worry, I will obvs make you 1D cupcakes when you come home).
Instead, I went with all things unmistakably British:
Well that just about does it. What do you think? Are they blinding? Or have I just gone straight mad?
Oh and Tina, please send my regards to my old mates Wills, Kate and little George for me, would you? That would be just brilliant. Cheerio!