Friday, April 29, 2011
Peacock feathers hand painted on the cake. "I AM SOOO EXCITED!" Another first for cakes in our area... I have teamed up with Diana Fava, an award winning artist from High Springs. Diana and I met in late 2009 when she commissioned me to create a wedding cake for her daughter's spring 2010 wedding... We have been talking about teaming up ever since and finally last March created the incredible "Southern Oak" wedding cake for another bride. We have just completed this stunning peacock cake for one of my new display cakes. For more details and ideas please visit our Painted Cake page on our website... and watch for new creative ideas.. Have a concept please contact Ms Debbie....
Posted by Ms Debbie Welch-Busser at 7:44 AM
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Ms Debbie's is thrilled to be apart of Haile Plantation Golf and Country Club's "Summer Lovin Wedding Open House" event on May 22. We will be featuring many of our new wedding display cakes for the first time and also offering our top 5 most favorite cake flavors and filling options... YUMMY... For more information please visit my show page link or contact Brittany Brown at Haile Plantation.
Monday, April 18, 2011
Paula Deen's website showing a real watermelon wedding cake (as seen in the photo). Erin asked me can you make a cake to look like a real watermelon... Well!? in the words of my fav southern gal, Ms Deen..."I can’t look at food and see what most people see. I want to cut, style, paint, manipulate…do anything to change something ordinary into something extraordinary. " except for me that is the way I feel about cakes and icings... I was very happy with my first watermelon wedding cake... and the beautiful & fresh hydrangeas furnished by Betsy from the Plant Shoppe was the just what the cake needed to complete the look... And would you look at the old watermelon red Ford as a backdrop... Country Perfection...
Devyn brought in a photo of this cake with blue details on fondant and had been told it was only available on fondant until someone said "you go see Ms Debbie"....Yes you can have your buttercream icing and delicate details. Four various princess lace designs wrapped around this 5 tier giant serving almost 300. Delivering the 95 miles was a fingernail bitting experience but with my hubby, Ken driving, we arrived to the beautiful Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion in Madison, FL safe and sound. What a beautiful little town and Victorian homes and mansions everywhere.. Note the wood staircase and both the bridal cake and the groom's had their very own room... The groom's cake was a chocolate velvet w/chocolate ganache and chocolate dipped strawberries and an edible trout on top accented with fishing lures. These cakes were created for Matt & Devyn March 27, 2011 Wardlaw-Smith-Goza Mansion in Madison, FL
Posted by Ms Debbie Welch-Busser at 9:46 AM