I posted Cristina’s wedding on Monday, but here is the groom’s cake she surprised Jose with!
The cake was covered with white or navy blue fondant and decorate with stripes, pennants, and the Yankees logo. The topper was hand-made as well.
Any Yankees fans out there?
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These days, wedding cakes don’t have to be iced with white buttercream and adorned with white ruffles, flowers, etc. You can go bonkers with the decorations! Here’s a great example of a wedding cake that’s totally out-of-the-box.
But just because you don’t HAVE to have the traditional white wedding cake doesn’t mean you can’t if you want to. A couple of weeks ago, we created a cake for Kristina and Rich for their wedding at the Bilmar Beach Resort on Treasure Island, FL.
Kristina wanted to keep the cake clean and simple. And she wanted to incorporate pink and some sparkle!
Disclaimer: You might need to put on your sunglasses before reading any further. A very sparkly cake is featured here!
Earlier in the month, Rebecca asked us to create a sparkly cake for her daughters’ birthday party. The theme would be enchanted forest fairies and the colors were pink and purple. So, with Rebecca’s help, we designed this cake:
We topped it with a spray of ruffled polka dots that read “H-A-P-P-Y B-I-R-T-H-D-A-Y” and a couple of elegant daisies.
The sides of the cake were adorned with edible numbers and name banners for the birthday girls, Reese & Hadley. And the entire cake was very, very sparkly!
Check out that sparkle! Every little girl’s dream!
Rebecca also needed some cupcakes for Reese to share with her class at school. Two of Reese’s favorite things right now are the color purple and rainbow sprinkles. And, so, these cupcakes were created:
And, as party favors, we created yellow and green glittery sugar cookies. The girls at the party received the yellow ones, which were mounted on lollipop sticks and looked like fairy wands. The boys received the green sparkly ones without the sticks (because we all know the boys would use them as weapons instead of magical wands).