This autumn, photographer Edit Csókási and sugar flower maker Eszter Kanyári will hold their first joint session combining a craft workshop with portrait photography. In harmony with the autumn season, participants will be invited to create charming cake decorations (a wreath of colourful edible leaves and berries) during the 60-minute mini-workshop, complete with detailed instructions and guidance.
During the creation process, professional photos of the operations will be taken (stylist assistance with make-up, a pretty apron and accessories will be available on demand) and portraits of/with the finished cake will also be offered. The organisers are planning a truly cosy autumn event that is particularly kid-friendly – Edit's routine ensures that the perfect creative photos are taken even of a fidgety toddler. It is all about the experience of "sweet creation" and capturing the creative process.
The price of the programme includes:
– an autumn dessert by Édességlabor pastry shop,
– all tools and materials needed for making sugar flower decoration, as well as instructions and on-site help,
– 10 photos developed (as selected),
– coffee, tea, good atmosphere.
A brief introduction of the organisers: Eszter Kanyári creates unique, edible sugar flowers under the brand name 'Sugarcraft by Eszter Kanyári', which she offers not only as cake decoration, but also as home décor. In recent months, she has received several requests to share how she makes her special flowers, so during the pandemic lockdown Eszter compiled photo-illustrated tutorials (to replace face-to-face workshops and online courses calling for technical conditions), with photos by Edit Csókási. Their joint works have already been published in several Hungarian and foreign magazines and portals, including the publication American Cake Decorating, to which Eszter regularly contributes. Initially, Edit Csókási was writing a gastroblog and was engaged in food photography, while now she captures special moments of different generations as a family and child photographer. Her own studio is well-equipped and furnished in a variety of styles, and is constantly renewed for its customers.