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Helen is a former graphic designer who worked for 16 years in the industry before a complete career flip when she launched Amelie’s Kitchen in 2011. Priding herself on her baking skills as well as her artistic ones Helen originally started selling cakes at local street fairs, baked for a local cafe and made celebration cakes to truly perfect her art before embarking on a career as a wedding cake designer. Although mostly self taught she has been on courses with some of the worlds best known wedding cake designers to perfect her craft.

As well as supplying wedding cakes to some of the regions top wedding venues she also teaches cake decoration tuition from her studio in Suffolk and has just launched an online range of cake stencils and cake toppers featuring some of her most popular designs.

Helen won the East of England Regional award for best cake designer at The Wedding Industry Awards 2015 going on to scoop the National Award shortly after. She now acts as a judge in the cake design category at The wedding Industry Awards.

Amelie’s Kitchen strives to use the finest quality ingredients, to ensure that each and every cake tastes sublime. The menu has been carefully developed to include delicious, light and creamy patisserie style buttercreams, french style conserves, silky ganaches and swiss fondant . The kitchen has a 5 star rating (the highest) from the local council and Helen has completed a Level 2 Hygiene Certificate. Amelie’s Kitchen is all about creating the best tasting and most gorgeous looking cake for your wedding possible. Nothing leaves the kitchen unless it is 100% perfect!

Amelie’s Kitchen is proud to be a recommended wedding cake maker at several venues in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Essex including Hengrave Hall, Glemham Hall, Gosfield Hall, Bruisyard Hall, Kenton Hall Estate, Easton Grange, Haughley Park Barn, Moreves Barn, Seckford Hall, Hintlesham Golf Club, Kersey Mill.

Some beautiful venues that Helen has delivered to are Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire, Hever Castle in Kent, Le Talbooth, Woodhall Manor, Hintlesham Hall and Bruisyard Hall to name but a few.