Nigerian pastry chef Olivia of (Livvy’s Twist Cake) makes a detailed #GOT cake as ace broadcaster, Ik marks 40th birthday.

Founder of Livvy’s Twist Cake Company, Olivia Okeke known for her exquisite cake designs has imbibed her creativity into one of her recent cakes which was made for ace broadcaster, Ik Osakioduwa who celebrated his fortieth birthday over the weekend which was a “Game of Thrones” themed party.

The Game of thrones cake made by Chef Olivia was a massive two-tiered round cake and as the theme of the birthday party implied the Le Cordon Bleu alumna, brought to life some of the major symbols of the American fantasy television series. On the top of the first round cake was a sugarcrafted iron throne which of course is the most significant symbol of the series, in front of the first layer was a logo that carried the initial “IK” of the celebrant on top is a sugarcrafted crown and likewise on the second layer is a bold crest of the dragon which was placed on a pocket shaped background beamed around with twisted fondant sugars, amongst other aesthetic impressions made on the cake.

Chef Olivia Okeke (Livvys Twist Cake founder)

According to Chef Olivia who shared this across her IG page, “this cake was made with unconditional love just so you know. “ She also disclosed that the nice shot was taken by Food photographer, Anjola Awosika and the Dragon crest was designed by Ink Hearts Studio founder, Ata Ashiru. ” @thepastryboyng had to serve it on a platter of awesomeness with this shot #ikgot40 #ikis40 #gameofthrones #winterishere #cakesmadewithlove #livvystwist #queensugar #gameofthronescake logo/crest design by @inkheartsstudio #HBO #iksgot40 “

Advertisement

Published by My Cookery Zone

My Cookery Zone is a platform where food lovers can read up on food related articles. This initiative started in 2013, an idea to tell food stories not forgetting the people behind the exquisite cuisine and this hasn't changed. We are determined to keep it as authentic as possible and this has made us emerge best in Food Media. MCZ has survived right from day one thanks to the support of readers who value what we do here. To help us continue kindly follow the blog, share our content and donate.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: