This was a big one! My client got the idea for the tiered cake from pinkcakebox.com (love their cakes!), and I came up with the smash cake design. Love how colorful and fun it is. Everything is edible except for the ladybug’s antennas…..antennae….not sure how to say that 🙂
My sister’s wedding cake. I looked at about a million pictures of cherry blossom tree cakes and just loved one that I found with the branches painted on instead of using fondant (thankfully that was the one my sister loved too). It was quite difficult to “paint” on buttercream, but I just love the way it turned out. The other hard part was forming each and every flower out of gum paste…..I had never even worked with gum paste before this cake so it took me a while. This was by far the hardest cake I’ve done to date, but definitely my favorite 🙂 Thanks for trusting me to make your cake Kels 🙂
The groom’s cake. My sister’s husband is a huge TOM’S fan, so we had to do it. I was so relieved when they turned out good!!
This is definitely one of my favorite cakes. I got the idea from http://www.pinkcakebox.com. I love the colors and it was the first time I ever put numbers on the top. Every thing on this cake, even the pumpkins, are edible. Sorry about the poor picture quality! Hoping to get some better pictures of it soon!
This was a ‘going away’ cake I made for my sister and brother-in-law. They are both into the modern look and I got the circles idea from some bedding. It may have looked a little better with white white icing instead of ivory, but I still thought it was pretty cool. I like the balls in between the cakes, that was the first time I had tried anything like that.
This cake was for a little boy who loved Robin, not Batman, just Robin. I thought that was the cutest thing ever. I love how cartoony this cake looks, and I was so excited when I realized I could make Solomon’s name into the bat symbol. It’s the little things that really make a cake special I think 🙂