This cake was chosen for a young couple's engagement party to celebrate their upcoming nuptials. The majority of the cake was in it's tail and body. The head was created out of crispy treat cereal and the entire cake was covered with modeling chocolate. Details were painted on with copper luster dust and white luster dust.
A fun sandcastle cake was created to coordinate with a shower invitation for a baby girl. We sprinkled some "sand" (graham crackers) on the modeling chocolate when rolling it out which in turn created the look of actual sand! Cake was white chocolate with strawberry buttercream filling.
A very personalized graduation cake for a young lady who recently graduated from Elmhurst College. She is a fanatic (as I was told) about iced tea so we were requested to incorporate that into the cake along with being a huge fan of the Chicago Blackhawks.
This cake was created for a little boy named Nate. The request came through a great organization called Icing Smiles. The work they do is outstanding!! The theme of the cake was Disney's Cars Movie. In place of hand sculpted cars figures, we thought it best to place real toy cars on the cake! Cake was French Vanilla with Strawberry Buttercream Filling. A big happy 5th birthday to Nate!!!!
This Sweet 16 birthday cake was for a masquerade themed party. Two stacked pillows with coordinating colors were chosen for this cake. Real feathers were added to create a very festive look. Cake was Kahlua red velvet with vanilla cream cheese filling.