One of our cakes was just featured in the Winter 2013 Edition of 201 Bride Magazine. We were invited to help out with this cool carnival wedding event so we made a colorful cake to fit the playful theme. We also made “Buttered Popcorn” (aka marshmallow) cupcakes. Because what’s a carnival without popcorn? (Not a more »
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We created this cute nautical birthday cake for a 1st birthday party. It was a nautical theme with a fondant knot on top! The party was hosted at Dozzino in Hoboken – the best pizza in town! Happy Birthday Little Sailor!
Birthday Cake for a nautical themed party. Design features fondant knot on top with anchor on the bottom.
Here’s a cheery birthday cake for a first birthday party. We matched the teal, orange and green to the party invite. Happy Birthday Cabot!
Recently, Prospect Park in Brooklyn celebrated 100 years of going ’round and ’round with their famous Carousel ride. They asked us to make a cake – again! – to celebrate the big milestone. We took details from the real carousel and translated it into sugar – the horses, colors, and gold scrolling embellishments. The cake more »
Ahh, the Big 3-0. Having had my 30th birthday six months ago, I can tell you it’s a big deal. And a big deal needs a special cake. This design was based on our colorful “sunset” wedding cake with reds, oranges and white. Our client wanted a mod stripe pattern incorporating orange, a favorite color of the more »
Mod black and white stripes with sugar holly complete this cake for a Christmas fete.
Last month, we were honored to be called to action by the great non-profit organization Icing Smiles. Icing Smiles donates cakes to ill children or other child-based organizations in need. The Ronald McDonald House in Long Branch, NJ was hosting a Fall BBQ for Friends and Family of the House and requested a cake for their event. more »
Very special cake we donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Long Branch, NJ. They were celebrating their annual big Autumn BBQ and we were thrilled to help them out with this yellow and red cake. Ronald looks happy sitting on the top!
A personal favorite since this recent grad went to my school – Rutgers University! The diploma (Bachelor of Science) includes the RU seal and a graduation hat – both edible.