Here’s a beautiful wedding cake we had the honor of creating a few weeks ago. We sat down with the bride and groom months ago to design the cake, and Vanessa, the bride, had great vision!
Here’s another adorable birthday party idea – a pajama party! But if your girls are young like Reese (turning 5) and Hadley (turning 2), have an afternoon pajama party! Get the kids hyped up on cake and goodies and then send them HOME to bed. Genius!
Reese’s and Hadley’s mom knew she wanted a pink cake with ombre ruffles, a princess crown topper, and bunny slippers. So this is what we created for them:
We love when parents approach us with adorable birthday party themes. We’ve got a couple of super cute ones to share with you this week, but we’ll start with this one for a little girl who was born on Valentine’s Day!
Savannah celebrated her 5th birthday with a pink pirate party and asked all party-goers to wear their best pirate gear. How fun! Her mom gave us free reign to design the birthday cake so we used the party invitation (made by Party So Perfect) as inspiration:
Here’s an elegant, classy cake that would be perfect for almost any wedding:
Happy Valentines Day! While many people (myself included) think that this holiday is over-commercialized, it is still a day set aside to remind us to love each other. So if you do nothing else today, make an effort to love others and tell your friends and family how special they are to you.
Ok…*stepping off my soapbox*…last weekend, I was able to help sprinkle a friend with love. She is having her 2nd baby and, while she doesn’t need a full baby SHOWER, we gathered to “sprinkle her & the new baby with love.” The cake was a giant cupcake carved out of 4 layers of 6-inch round cakes. It was covered with fondant and decorated with fondant rainbow sprinkles and fondant hearts. And the flavors – white almond with Bavarian Cream filling.
It’s Monday! Let’s freshen the new work week with a gorgeous, elegant cake. Later this month, we’ll be making Andrea’s & Anthony’s wedding cake (It is TOTALLY different from this one. We can’t wait to show you!), but Andrea’s mom & sister wanted to surprise her with a bridal shower cake as well.
So we met in secret (Have we mentioned how much Mel loves sweet secrets?? Gender reveal cakes, surprise cakes, etc!) and designed this beauty:
Today, we’re going to take a trip back in time. This is a retro cake we made in October so let’s take a walk down memory lane while the birthday girl remembers the fun of her youth!
Shannon asked us to make a mod, retro cake from the 1960s for her 50th birthday party. She was going all out and even asked the guests to arrive in costume! The ultimate flashback party!
We designed the cake with Shannon by using components she’d seen on other cakes and patterns taken off her party decor.
We decorated a very special birthday cake this week. Well, all our cakes are special in their own way, but this one stood out because this is the 3rd cake we’ve made for this family.
Vivian’s birthday was quickly approaching and she was browsing our website with her Mom. Vivian said, “Mom, there’s Kyle’s cake (the Graffiti cake under “Graduations”) and there’s Ava’s cake. I’m the only one without a cake on their website!”
Well, that just won’t do! Vivian’s only request for her birthday cake was that it include their family pets – an American Bulldog and a Pug. No problem!
Back in January 2012, we made a baby shower cake to welcome baby Lincoln into the world. Now, his Mommy is throwing a baby shower for a friend so she asked us to make the Hawaiian-themed cake.
We covered the cake in a slightly ivory fondant, made an edible bamboo border around the base of each tier, and covered the cakes with tropical orange & pink hibiscus flowers.