Life as usual is quite busy! I have so many random photos of different orders that I have recently done, so I thought I would just do a post and shove them all in here! They were all a lot of fun to do and I hope you enjoy the photos! Definitely give me your feedback if you have a chance…I love to hear your thoughts and opinions!
First off is a recent wedding that I did. They venue was the Marvimon in Los Angeles…definitely my favorite venue yet! If you are getting married in the Southern California area you have to check them out! The bride and groom were such a pleasure to work with and I absolutely loved their whole wedding look! The bride looked gorgeous (I am so bummed I didn’t get a photo of here in her adorable dress)! The cake was buttermilk cake with lemon cream filling and fresh raspberries. The cake was covered in vanilla buttercream and decorated with fresh flowers, black satin ribbon, and tiny white dots.
As you can see from the photo, the middle tier is twice the size of a normal tier. It is basically two separate cakes stacked on top of each other and dowelled in the middle. Then I just frosted it as one cake tier. It is cut the same way you would cut any other cake…you just cut the first cake and then take off the cardboard base and continue cutting the next cake.
For their favors they decided to go with cake ball lollipops. They choose buttermilk cake dipped in white chocolate and red velvet cake dipped in dark chocolate. We then bagged and tied all 115 bags and put their monogram on the front. I think these are such a great wedding favor and are quite tasty too!
These next treats were made for some of our corporate clients. We printed their logo on edible frosting sheets and then placed them on our delicious sugar cookies and also made matching cupcakes to go with them. For the cupcakes we placed the edible frosting sheet on a disc of fondant to give it stability.
This next cupcake was done for a friend of my sister’s. She threw her friend a graduation party and wanted some cupcakes for the celebration. I will be selling these fabulous liner’s along with many others on my website shortly! If you want to order some right away just leave me a comment and I can email you all the information.
This next cupcake is from a small birthday order that I did. I used a chocolate transfer sheet to get the fun design on top and then just colored the frosting and added some sugar sparkle to finish the look off.
This cake was made for one of my little brother’s friends. He had a rock climbing birthday party and his mom wanted to surprise him with a fun cake to go along with it! Here is a quick photo demo of how I did it.
And lastly, this final cake my sister and I made for an auction at my old high school. The cake was red velvet with cream cheese frosting, and then I covered the cakes in white fondant. My sister made the gorgeous sugar flower and decorated the cake with black fondant lace.
Well, hope you enjoyed the random post of photos!