When insurance consultant Jo Chua was planning her son Jeremiah’s first birthday party last month, she decided that a 3D fondant birthday cake would not cut it for her.
Instead, she spent about $2,000 on a Paddington Bear-themed dessert table.It was decked out with confections such as cake push pops dressed up in the bear’s trademark hat and duffle coat, jars of orange marmalade, chocolate bars and cookies adorned with bear motifs.
Dessert tables became popular in the United States and Australia five years ago. They have gained a following here in the past three years in the expatriate community and more people have come to know about them. Here are five companies you should know about for your next party:
Text: Straits Times Additional Reporting: Atika Lim