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This is a repeat design but this time done in blue with a number 5 for a 5th birthday party. Cake is white sourcream with American buttercream icing and fondant accents.
Our popular Sassy Circles cake with sugar booties created in colors of green and yellow for a baby shower. Cake is White Sour Cream with Chocolate Mousse filling and Chocolate Buttercream.
Ladies Night at Peoria's Glazin In the Sun was a huge success! There were so many great vendors with great products to view and purchase and we had a great turnout of fun ladies. We provided samples of our cupcakes - White Almond Sour Cream with American Buttercream or Chocolate Buttercream icing. We also had chocolate purses and shoes available for sale - these are always a hit.
This basket was created for a woman who loves chocolate covered pretzels. 2 dozen pretzels dipped in dark chocolate, accented with pink and 3 flower shaped pretzels (2 in white chocolate tinted pink and 1 in dark chocolate). Its that combination of salty and sweet that always makes these such a hit!
A princess castle cake and a tea pot - 2 of our most popular cakes!
The first is a princess castle cake for Princess Jadyn's birthday - the cake is 9 inch round with white sourcream with strawberry mousse filling.
The teapot is white sourcream cake, icing in buttercream, white chocolate handle and spout. and fondant accents. The hot pink boa adds whimsical element to this cake. They also ordered coordinating cupcakes for additional servings.
A change from the pink and purple girl themed cakes, January's popular cake theme has been cars.
The first cake was for a surprise 40th birthday party for a man whose favorite car is a Porshe. The car is made from dark chocolate. Cake is chocolate sourcream with 2 layers of chocolate mousse and 1 layer of raspberry mousse. Decorations are done with buttercream and fondant. The sign and happy birthday plaque are done using edible images.
The next 2 cakes are cupcake cakes. The first was for a boy celebrating his 12th birthday. The mom is placing Hot Wheels race cars on the track. The second is for a first birthday celebrations to coordinating with a Cars the Movie theme. Cupcakes cakes can be made in any size - the 12th birthday is 24 cupcakes and the first birthday is 30 cupcakes. They're easy to serve - just lift and pull to separate.
My son turned two at the end of December and we celebrated his birthday with a train themed party and of course, a train themed cake. He loves cake, especially chocolate. The cake is a 2 tiered cake with a 10 inch layer of double chocolate sour cream with white chocolate mousse filling and a 8 inch tier of white sour cream with raspberry mousse. The cake is iced in American buttercream with fondant accents. We added the birthday Thomas train to the cake. This cake was inspired by a design done by one of my favorite sugar artists, Sharon of Sharon's Sugar Shack
For the party he was dressed as a conductor - the train overalls are from Gymboree. We ordered conductor hats and train whistles for everyone from Celebrate Express. We had Thomas tattoos and coloring pages - the pages can be downloaded from the Thomas & Friends website.
I made the invitation using a digital scrapbooking kit. And I'm excited that my favorite digital scrapbooking website, Sweet Shoppe Designs, recently came out with a train themed digital scrapbooking kit that I'll use to scrapbook his party.
Another cake from December. This pirate ship cake was made for a 4th birthday party. This cake served approximately 45 - it was chocolate sour cream with chocolate mousse filling and covered with chocolate fondant. We used candles as cannons. The mom is an amazing party planner and the house was decorated for the pirate theme - she sent me a few pictures of the cake setup. She added a few pirate figurines to the cake.
These chocolate boxes were ordered for a company holiday dinner party - each box was placed at a place setting and served both as a place card and a gift. The boxes were made of milk chocolate and filled with a mixture of white, milk, and dark chocolate holiday themed chocolates.
This cake was ordered for a little girl who is turning two and one of her favorite books is The Jungle Book. The mom purchased Jungle Book figurines that were placed on the cake - Baloo in the water, Bagheera on the rock and the other characters around the base of the board. This cake was white sour cream with pineapple filling - a filling not ordered very often but is quite yummy!
This cake was ordered for a girl celebrating her 13th birthday. I love the pink and green colors on this cake and the flowers add some whimsy to this cake.
I'm doing some catch up today posting some cakes from December. The first two are similar designs, Iced brown (chocolate) with Sassy Circles in two shades of pink - one cake was for a first birthday and one for a baby shower. These cakes were inspired by the "N" monogram cake that is posted on my website.
First Birthday - they also ordered a coordinating smash cake and flower chocolate dipped pretzels with a personalized note that said "Hugs and Kisses, Kyleigh"
Baby Shower - this cake was delivered to The Farm at South Mountain. This shower was held outside during a week of rain but the rain let up just in time for the party. They also ordered baskets of party favors which included "Its a Girl" suckers, baby bottle pretzels, teddy bear chocolate covered graham crackers and baby themed chocolate dipped oreos.