Archive for October, 2010

A Sweet! Slam-dunk for the Orlando Magic at the new Amway Arena

Friday, October 29th, 2010

While the Orlando Magic took on the Washington Wizards with a landslide of a win 112 to 83, a larger than life basket ball display enhanced the experienced for fans watching the game from the VIP Mercedes Benz Lounge and Owners Suite.

The display conceptualized by Hollis Wilder, Owner of Sweet! By Miss Holly at the Waterford Lakes Town Center included a 6′ elevated cupcake tower with basket ball themed minis and toped with a specialized custom made Giant Cupcake.  The tower was decked out with the signature Orlando Magic “Swoosh” logo of which rested on top of a 6′x6′ basket ball net!

If you can Dream it, Miss Holly can Design it!

Happy “Holly” Days! Seasonal Sneak Peek

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

Hollis Wilder, Owner of Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Holly, appeared on Fox Orlando this morning with an immaculate display of home-made Holiday Decorations and Delicious Seasonal Cupcakes.  Preparing for the Signature Chef’s Auction Gala tonight at the Ballroom at Church Street, Miss Holly delighted fans with a sneak peek at what may appear on her display for the event tonight hosted by the March of Dimes.

“It’s all about thinking outside of the box and looking at things from a whole new perspective.” Says Wilder.

Miss Holly showcased home-made glass and Styrofoam Ornaments of which she “recycled” from last year and handcrafted at home with products that can easily be found at your local craft store.  Even the 5’ white tree was something crafted and utilized from Miss Holly’s own backyard!  The ornaments were decorated with edible garnishes such as sprinkles, dragees, colored sugars and die cut crowns from glittery cardstock! (As she is, the “Queen of Cupcakes”).

In addition, Miss Holly also displayed a preview of her seasonally decorated signature mini’s!  Hollis Wilder yet again dazzles the world of cupcakes.  Who knows what Sweet! Surprise she has in store for us next.

Happy “Holly” Days Preview