Have you heard? No? Today was Cupcake Camp LA, which was produced by BakeSpace.com, held at the Music Box in Hollywood! Even though the weather this weekend is cloudy and crummy, that didn’t dampen our love for cupcakes!
Tickets were $15, which got you five(5) tickets to trade in for cupcakes inside.
And oh boy, look at this inside!:
(Taken from the balcony)
(Hey, you know you can click on the photos, right? I knew you did.)
The BF and I got to sample ten(10) tasty cupcakes. Along the way, we met some wonderful bakers, who were all excited to be there and share their goods for a good cause (We’ll get to that part later.). They also had a FREE photo booth, fully equipped with props! We didn’t partake in that.. but I wish we had!
Chocolate!! And I loooove their aprons. Have I ever mentioned how I don’t own any aprons? Mainly because my grandma used to sew her own, and I want to do the same. So my first apron (uh…I’m 25) is going to be sewn, by me, somehow. Therefore, I don’t allow myself to buy any aprons, ‘cuz that would be cheating. Aaaaanyway… back to the cupcakes!
Who doesn’t love Scharffen Berger? A lot of the bakers today were featuring SB’s goods in their delights.
These guys had epic flavors. We chose a chocolate cake with Chambord frosting. Say whaaaa?
Like I said earlier, the lighting in this building was not made for showcasing the gloriousness of this event! These ladies had super sparkly cupcakes, with a Tiffany colored frosting. I wonder if the BF is reading this… I wonder if our floor can handle the weight of those hints I keep dropping.
Hands down, best hat EVER.
They had the cutest cupcakes with little turtles on them!
See the cute turtle cupcake? He’s still in my fridge. So cute.
Aside from being just a great event for the sake of sharing cupcakes, it was primarily for supporting charities!
If you’re interested in donating (hinty hint hint) you can check out the list here.
Aside from some parking issues, and the building itself (leaky, drippy ceiling) it was a successful event! Everyone had smiles on their faces, and happy tummies. I hope they have another Cupcake Camp next year (I just might join the army of bakers!).