Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Pendleton-Owens Wedding

Baby Girl Bed Cake

Hello Kitty Cake

Looney Tunes Cakes

These cakes deserve a little explaining - I made these for twin sisters on their very first birthday. Their family calls Violet Tweety and Anne-Renee Elmer Fud! They were both beautiful babies so I'm thinking the Elmer Fud is referring to her personality! I can't wait to see photos of the girls "smashing" their own little cakes! :)

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Seashell Wedding Cake

This was actually for a Wedding Tea - not the actual wedding but the happy couple were running off to the beach to get married so this tea also served as a Wedding reception. So I'm calling it a wedding cake! :)

Congratulations Amanda & Michael

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Congratulations Tori & Justin!

Bugs!!! Ahhhhhh!

Happy Birthday Connor!! I'll be waiting for your call when you get married. I'll be sure to make your cake with lots of "bug glue" :)

Sunday, September 19, 2010

More Birthdays!


Because not everyone needs a huge wedding cake!

Various Birthday Cakes

Absence makes the heart grow fonder. Or so I've been told! I've actually been making quite a few cakes. But I've been posting them on my facebook page. I'm going to attempt a few posts here with multiple cakes. We'll see how I do :) Thanks for stopping by.

Finding Nemo Cake

This little boy's name is Fisher! How cool is that!!

This is Fisher's little smash cake for photos :)

Monday, June 7, 2010

Happy Birthday Hanna-Grace

Thanks to Hanna-Grace's Mom Amy at Precious Memories Photography, I have this fabulous photo of her cake. If she could just be on call to photo all my cakes! :)

I might also add that Hanna-Grace has the coolest birth date ever!! June 3rd girls rock! ;) Yes, that would be my birth date too! LOL

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Topsy Turvy Cake

My first attempt at a topsy turvy cake. Not sure I like doing these LOL I think it's something that take practice.

Musical Maggie

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Big Ole Wedding Cake

As delivered

This cake is made of Styrofoam blocks covered with Perma-ice (much like sheet rock mud). This is where my hero comes in! Mike has lots of experience spreading sheet rock mud so I put him to work. He did an awesome job and I really don't think I could have pulled it off without him. I cut out all the dots and stripes many days in advance and put them in the food dehydrator to cure. I then hot glued them to the cake. The Mother of the Bride did a little additional embellishments after delivery so I can't take 100% of the decorating credit. Many of you have heard me talk about this project but I couldn't post photos until after the big day. Congrats Whitney!

Hawaii Cup Cakes