Ivory tiered wedding cake with lavender bands and purple and white sugar flowers
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This is a chocolate fondant design our client ordered for her parents’ wedding anniversary. A simple ivory frilly flower at the bottom completes this sweet look.
This chocolate fondant cake was delivered to a wedding…but it was served up as a surprise for the bride’s parent’s 37th wedding anniversary! Congrats to BOTH happy couples!
We recently created this ivory and champagne wedding cake for one of the sweetest brides we’ve ever worked with. Melissa wanted a shimmery textured cake with each tier featuring a different design. The top tier had swiss dots and the second tier was covered in our signature sugar ruffles. They were also dusted with a more »
Buttercream wedding cake with scattered yellow roses. Amazing view brought to you by The Chart House here in Weehawken. Thanks to Bob Krasner for the photo!
Last month, we baked this blue and white cake for an intimate NYC wedding. The grooms wanted to coordinate their cake with their custom porcelain cake topper created by the amazing artist Beth Katleman. Check out her designs and gallery at www.bethkatleman.com. We dyed our fondant to match the porcelain grey-like color and used it for more »
This cute baby shower cake was based on a popular previous design, incorporating baby blocks, bibs and bottles. For an expecting mother who is having a girl, she wanted nothing to do with pink…so shades of purple and ivory were a good alternate. We also created these pram sugar cookies as favors for the guests. So more »
Last week I shared a photo of this sage & ivory baby shower cake created with a special surprise in the bottom tier. Nadia and Drew hosted a gender reveal baby shower with the cake showing either blue or pink for their future offspring. I was so nervous since it was only me and their more »
Gender Neutral Baby Shower cake for a large and amazing gender reveal baby shower in North Jersey. Cake topper is fondant as well as the rest of the 3-D rattles, onesies, baby booties, bibs and blocks. The bottom tier inside was colored either pink or blue for the gender reveal at the party. Check out more »