Friday, December 17, 2010
This cake was actually done as a mock wedding cake, but for an event that was centered around marriage. The colors and tier sizes were the only thing given to me, so it was fun to do a few new things. In the end simple and elegant seemed fitting for the occasion.
Monday, December 13, 2010
I was so excited to do this cake!! My kids and I watched Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue, a dozen times of course, and I thought it would be so much fun to do a cake like her "oatmeal box house"........and got a call a few days later! :) Ice cream cones, fondant, and chocolate were used to finish the details. I hope the birthday girl loved it as much as I did! Happy Birthday T!
This cake was so much fun to do! It was made in memory of a sweet girl, who's family misses her more than anyone knows. She loved lime green and black and loved the spade symbol. She was so talented and so loved. What a lucky family and lucky girl to have each other. :)
PS.....you may notice the title is different than the name on the cake......OOPS, but it was caught and changed out before delivery......so sorry for the mistake!
Thursday, December 2, 2010
This cake was made for an engagement party for a couple getting married in New Orleans. Since the couple has history there a Mardi Gras theme was chosen for the cake. The necklaces are real, but the masks and ring on top are made from fondant. I had so much fun doing this cake! I hope the couple was happy and had a wonderful wedding! Congrats!
This cake was done for a Rexburg City employee who won a planning and zoning award. It was so much fun to draw up the city maps that he won the award for. The "table top" is cardboard covered in fondant, but everything else on the cake is made from fondant.
As you can tell, the truck ended up being a little bigger than the cake. :) The entire truck is made from rice krispies, the moose is made of fondant. It was kind of a last minute cake, but I think it turned out pretty cute! Happy Birthday D!
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
A very thoughtful husband ordered his cake for his wife....but told me I could do whatever I wanted. :) I wanted to make it a little more elegant so I added some flourishes. I love, love pink and black together....and was pleased with how this one turned out. Happy Birthday to my biggest fan! :)