This is my yearly cake for Joe’s Birthday. He loves Halloween. The flavor is yellow butter cake with raspberry filling and almond butter cream frosting. Most of the decoration are made of fondant.
and—- HAVE A HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE!!!!!!!
This was another beautiful wedding reception held at the Fair Barn in Pinehurst. Lindsay’s color theme was a favorite of mine, blue and brown. A few of the special touches for the guest was a candy bar and a carriage with the “fringe on top” to use for pictures. The couple also arrived at the reception in a horse drawn carriage decorated with flowers. A classic yellow butter cake was there choice, iced in a vanilla butter cream. Each tier was wrapped in a cocoa brown ribbon and decorated with blue dots. Fresh white roses and a crystal bride and groom were added for that special touch. Below are a few pictures taken before the guests arrived.
They also had a grooms cake that was served at the rehearsal dinner on Friday night. The yellow butter sheet cake was decorated with a fun “ball & chain” theme with chocolate frosting. The ball was also cake.
The Mother found a design on another website and asked me to use it as inspiration for her sons cake. She wanted a few additions added to it since they were Irish, like the white shamrocks. The cake was iced in a soft blue butter cream. The cross, monogram and shamrocks were made of fondant and the tiny piping was white butter cream.
James and Murtis have been loyal customers of mine for many years and i was so pleased when they asked me to bake and decorate there 50th Wedding Anniversary cake. They were also renewing their wedding vows. The classic yellow butter cake with vanilla butter cream was there choice and the design was an old fashioned ruffle drape with bows, topped with a 50th ornament. Beautiful fresh roses and babies breath were added between the tiers. The reception was held at the Little River Country Club.