This cake was for a Pinkalicious themed birthday party. I used a cupcake cake mold from local cake supply store to make the oversized cupcake. The cupcake was chocolate and the bottom was vanilla.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
This was an ADORABLE safari themed 1st birthday cake. It was covered with fondant and hand painted with food coloring to make the prints. The animals were also sculpted out of fondant and painted as needed. The #1 was made of white chocolate attached to a lollipop stick.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:28 AM
This was a Tiffany & Co inspired baby shower cake. Instead we used the baby's name Caileigh. It was covered with fondant and trimmed with edible pearls. The charms were sculpted out of fondant then painted with silver luster dust to give it that shiny silver look.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:25 AM
Red & White wedding cake. It was topped with a fresh flower arrangement. The bride chose a simple yet elegant decoration, but reserved her excitement for the flavors inside. The bottom was chocolate with raspberry filling, the next to bottom was Mint Chocolate chip, the 2nd layer was coffee flavored and the top was Vanilla with Oreo Filling!
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:23 AM
I've already had a request for April for this same cake again! It was covered in White Buttercream frosting then sprayed with edible pearlized spray to give it that BEAUTIFUL pearl look. The flower on top was a sugar flower that I pre-purchased from a local cake shop & painted to match. The 'M' was made of molded chocolate. It was trimmed with edible pearls
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:16 AM
My best friend threw the CUTEST Moustache themed party for her baby boy. I did a main cake, a smash cake and matching cupcakes. The moustaches were made from chocolate candy molds. Watching babies smash into their cakes is one of my all time favorites!!
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:09 AM
This cake was requested for a little 2 yr. old Ice Age Enthusiast =) I found an Ice Age Font online and did my best to copy it. I thought it turned out really cute. The characters & signs were part of a cake topper kit I bought from my local cake shop. Reports said his face was priceless!
Posted by Charity Joiner at 7:07 AM
This was a cake requested for a girl's birthday. She had been seeing this exact cake on Pinterest and wanted it just like the picture so I did my best! The Mickey, Movie reel (behind his head) and the movie film were all made of fondant that was painted. It was Yellow Cake with Buttercream frosting and trimmed with black ribbon.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 6:51 AM
The picture quality on this is not the best, but this was a wedding cake for a fall themed wedding. There were orange, black & white flowers with pieces of greenery. The couples initials were monogrammedin white on the top layer which had white polka dots, the middle layer was white striped and the bottom layer had white swirls. Loved the white decorations on white background. First time I had done that.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 6:48 AM
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Cute little Christmas Tree Cakes for a Christmas Office Party. Got this idea off of Pinterest and thought it was awesome. The pink cake was Vanilla cake with strawberry frosting filling and strawberry frosting and chocolate trees. The other was a chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and white chocolate trees.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 12:50 PM
This cake was beautifully designed by the birthday girl herself complete with 18 matching cupcakes! The Bow was made of Fondant with a real pendant in the middle.
The 18 was made of white chocolate as well as all the bows.
The middle layer was hand-painted onto fondant.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 12:29 PM
Friday, July 20, 2012
Yet another surprise from the bride to the groom! This particular groom is a drummer and the bride also had drum sticks engraved with their names & wedding date on them =) It was entirely made of fondant and the silver parts were pained with silver luster dust.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 10:17 AM
This cake was ordered by the bride for her groom as a surprise! This will now have been my 3rd surprise groom's cake & they are BY FAR my favorite ones to do. The groom is a musician so his bride sent me this picture then I had it printed on sugar paper as an edible image then constructed the cake from there. The actually iPad was made from fondant and the bottom cake was chocolate with chocolate buttercream.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 10:15 AM
This was a cake I made to celebrate our Pastor's Anniversary with our church. He is an avid hunter & Alabama fan so, I mixed the two. The Alabama logo was a licensed edible image. The football was made of rice krispie treats then frosted. The camoflauge was also an edible image and the antlers were made of gum paste.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 9:52 AM
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
I had some extra batter & frosting so I whipped-up this cake and then sold it to a friend who wanted some daisies put on it. The flowers are made of molded chocolate and the leaves are buttercream. It was a chocolate cake with chocolate fudge & buttercream.
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:36 AM
Posted by Charity Joiner at 8:33 AM