Wednesday, June 30, 2010
This woodlands themed cake was a combination of my grapevine cake and a cake photo the bride had found on the internet. She wanted the mushrooms and acorns along with the colorful wildflowers amongst the vines and topped off with a nest of mushrooms, wildflowers and 2 butterflies. All art was made of sugar including the butterflies. On a latte colored fondant, we so loved creating this new design. Michelle & Aaron's cake flavors were a vanilla chiffon cake with strawberry filling and a lemon chiffon with a white chocolate cream cheese. Their reception was held at Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club.
Posted by Ms Debbie Welch-Busser at 5:20 PM
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
I am soooo excited about introducing to you ,,,,,all the gals and guys that have and are helping me do all these wonderfully sweet creations. I have finally completed a "staff" page on my website with photos and
a brief bio of everyone along with photos of some of their work.
Please visit our new staff page and see if you know any of these great gals.
Monday, June 7, 2010
I created this cake for a man celebrating his 40 birthday. It was a surprise cake from his family. He is a hunter and just this past year had been on an African lion hunt and "bagged" his first lion.. a very big achievement. It was a bitter sweet project for me... I am a "tree hugger" and will stop traffic to move turtles off the road (yeah thats me don't hate me).. so it was sad for me but I respect the right of a responsible hunter and I wanted to do my best to create a great cake. I was very very happy with the end result both in the cake and our "sweet" lion topper that Melanie created out of rice krispies and fondant.
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Black, white & Gold were this couple's wedding colors. The mask were made out of sugar, the monogram design came from the invitations. A square, hexagon, round design on buttercream using a black satin ribbon and black feathers to finish the look.. Served 110 and was delivered to the beautiful Black Diamond Country Club in Lecanto.