November 19, 2017

Cake Diplomacy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On the picture Ms Abir Ali, Charge d’affaires of Lebanon and the Apostolic Nuncio, H.E. Aldo Cavali.

Cake Diplomacy by Marta Orban of Sweet and Spice

The Hague is not only the city of Peace and Justice, it is also the city of Cake Diplomacy. When asking Marta Orban, owner of Sweet and Spice, to design a cake for a cultural or diplomatic event, not only will designs and colors be discussed.

Marta will pose questions about the guests, the place, the occasion, and do exhaustive research to ensure the cake is of the highest caliber.

Marta Orban, Patisserie Sweet and Spice.

Her efforts were displayed at the last United States’ Independence Day celebration, where hundreds shared a beautiful cake of red, white, and blue.

The Mexican Independence Day enjoyed a similar spectacle. A 2 meter cake featuring traditional Mexican designs was enjoyed by all attendees.

H.E. Mr. Edgar Elías Azar, Ambassador of Mexico during the Mexican National Day celebration.

It is not uncommon to see her cakes being enjoyed by diplomats, including the Apostolic Nuncio and the Charge d’Affair of Lebanon, who recently enjoyed a cake tower of flowers and happiness during Ms Abir Ali, Ceremony of Merit and farewell.

Marta Orban is an artist, magician, and a dedicated young person who constructs the most beautiful cakes that are not only a treat for the eyes, but also for the mouth.

Patisserie Sweet and Spice www.sweetandspice.nl

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