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Sweet Boutique Camperdown

Sweet Boutique Camperdown

For someone’s idea of a treat being an entire plate of pork crackling with apple sauce, featuring a post about Sweet Boutique? Heck Yes!

Grace the creator of Sweet Boutique isn’t just a one lady show. After spending a morning with her and watching her create an incredible 21st birthday cake, I also met her husband Tyran.

Listening to the both of them talk about their business, they’re so passionate and supportive of one another. Tyran is quite the kitchen hand himself.

I was shocked when they told me this…

Only until recently they were baking from a tiny old oven. They couldn’t even fit a cake and cupcakes in at the one time. Baking only 12 cupcakes at a time. I was pleased to see Grace and Tyran’s BIG new shiny oven. They now bake 48 cupcakes – Yay more for us!

Here’s some of that incredible cake…

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Grace has spent all nighter’s baking with her husband (No wonder with that small oven!) as she tried to keep up with private cake orders and the Warrnambool Fresh Market’s lust for their cupcakes.

Sweet Boutique officially launched in January this year and they are blitzing it! Orders are coming in from all over the region, Colac, Warrnambool, Hamilton, Geelong just to name a few.

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Did I mention I’m a savory girl? If there was a plate of cheese, biscuits dips etc I’d go that before sweets. A plate of Sweet Boutique’s treats next to the cheeses, it’s fair game. I’d have no option but to eat both until I’m sick.

I work with Grace to create beautiful personalised gifts for my clients. I was so impressed with my first order. Even my husband commented how great they looked. More importantly how delicious they taste! I can’t thank Grace enough for what she does for my clients.  It’s all about the finer details and Grace has helped me achieve this.

Grace stocks cupcakes at Camperdown’s Snout In the Trough on Mondays and Thursdays. Contact Grace for special orders at Sweet Boutique but be quick!

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