So excited to be teaching this hands-on class at The Americas Cake Fair in October. Sign up for the class and learn the secrets to creating this stunning crown on a pillow cake. We'll also be doing an additional demo so there are lots of opportunities to pick up some fresh, new, cake skills. Hope to see you there! Xx
One of the emerging trends from 2016 was Cake Trios. That means not one, not two, but three individual wedding cakes designed to compliment each other. WHOA! I know! That's some serious cake love right there. They take a little bit more work, but the effort is well worth it. Take a look at Abby and Troy's wedding cake trio set below and judge for yourself. What do you think, are you loving this trend as much as me? Now, I could be biased, because I'm pretty much gonna love anything blush and rose gold, but I just ADORE this set...and the couple that I created this for was pretty sweet too. Congratulations Abby and Troy—keep showing each other the world.
Gotta give credit where credit is due. We took inspiration from the fabulous Erica OBrien and put a De la Creme spin on this global cake design.
Loved working with Lynn and Ginger to create this petite cake to fit their serving needs while designing to fit their combined sense of style. After all, even the smallest, most intimate wedding, deserves a beautiful cake!
Oh how fabulous! Pearls and pink satin...every girly-girl's dream! We treated these bridal gown cookies as if they were real wedding dresses. Scroll down, you'll see. It's almost as if they're hanging in little tiny garment bags :-)
A Golden Snitch, Harry Potter's wand and a Hogwarts Crest sculpted by hand, were the edible elements that came together to make this spell book cake really come to life for one special young lady who just turned eleven. The worn leather book cover hid a delicious French Vanilla Cake with smooth Chocolate Buttercream. But don't judge me for playing with food...cos I'm not gonna lie, the minute Harry's wand was dry, it was waved once (or twice) while saying "Expelliarmus!" ;-)