Abu Dhabi, UAE, 21st November 2016: The 45th UAE National Day is a celebration that unifies everyone in the Emirates no matter what race, culture or nationality. Tablez Food Company and Bloomsbury’s, the chic boutique café and artisan bakery celebrates this special occasion by showcasing a stunning exhibition of 45 cakes depicting 45 celebrations of life with the star attraction being the UAE National Day assembly of 620 cupcakes in the colours of the UAE Flag – celebrating the spirit of Union and the gratitude to the country. The celebration held at Mushrif Mall atrium with the Special Care Centre children joined the celebration.
Commenting on the occasion, Shafeena Yusuff Ali CEO Tablez Food Company, said, “The UAE is a remarkable nation built on the foresight of its outstanding visionary leaders, who have effectively created an environment which allows businesses of all types to flourish and succeed. Tablez Food Company has been in the UAE since 2010 and been part of the spectacular transformation of the UAE with great pride and gratitude”.
“Celebrating moments of life is a narration to tell, whether it is to your family or yourself or the nation, as one simply celebrates happiness. We express our appreciation to the great leaders of the country and join in the celebration of UAE’s 45th National Day. The tribute towards the nation with the unique 45 different celebration of life cakes, which speak the same language of – happiness, gratefulness and pride,” she added.
A unique display of 45 varied themed cakes – The Galerie de Patisserie was a visual delight for all Mall visitors during the day, while the chef-d’œuvre was the impressive National Flag with 400 cupcakes assembled in the country’s flag colours. The gallery artistically showcased the various celebrations we experience in life, right from birth to graduation, marriage and many more. The Bloomsbury’s cakes were arduously created using a vast variety of toppings, beautiful colours and exotic flavours all which added to the celebration of life. The special needs children were delighted to be part of the celebration and even participated in the cupcake piping activity.
It was indeed a spectacular feast for the eyes. The gallery was open to public for viewing and partaking in the celebrations.