This cake design combines a quilted pattern, sugar ruffles and sweet swiss dots for a girly delicate cake. I cannot get enough of ruffles!!!
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Sweet and frilly design in pink and gold. Fondant ruffles, quilted pattern, swiss dots and fantasy flower all edible.
Last month, we created this ruffled cake for The Epic Summit, a wedding and events business educational conference held in Northern New Jersey. The amazing invitations were made by Yvette Sencion of Sdezigns.com. We wanted to incorporate the purple and gold colors of the invite into the cake design. (these invite photos came out so dark, sorry!) We more »
Back to the Blog! Sorry for the lack of posts – the season has started up once again and we’ve been BUSY!!! I love this cake topper we created for an ambitious lady who has a lot to celebrate. She put herself through college and plans to graduate next month. And she is celebrating her more »
6″ Cake with the birthday girl on top. She expects a”rich” future after graduating college this spring. Cash symbols, diamonds, lettering, figurines and diploma all fondant.
Pink and Shimmery gold sugar cookies were given as favors for a great non-profit organization event hosted by Wish Upon a Wedding.
This very tall wedding cake was created over the summer for one of the sweetest couples I’d ever had the pleasure to work with. I was honored to create such a special design for their lavish affair at The Liberty House in Jersey City. Their amazing photographer, Monika Broz, captured their special day beautifully. (Thx more »
This 3-tier chocolate fondant cake was created for a Willy Wonka inspired wedding complete with gold cake pops. The cake base is decorated in a swirl pattern of licorice candy.
Gold Shimmer and Pink Wedding Cake with sugar tea roses. Sugar circles adorn this round cake in a pattern that matched the couple’s wedding invitation. Over two feet tall!
We created this piped wedding cake for a South Asian wedding in May. The colors of the reception were maroon, gold with hints of purple and magenta. The details were hand-piped or molded from fondant and then painted gold and maroon. The designs were based off of henna-painted candles and other delicate patterns chosen by more »