Monday, November 14, 2011

Chocolate Contrast

A wedding cake done in contrasting layers makes a striking presentation!

Two of Hearts

This cake was two tiers of love! The fall colors of green, brown, orange, and yellow were incorporated to make it look extra festive.

Bride and Groom Pops

these adorable little bride and grooms are actually cake pops! They are decorated with white and milk chocolate and taste just as good as they look!

Big Top Birthday

A circus theme cake for a 1st birthday party, complete with a big top, animal cage, and animals walking into the circus tent!The topper of the tent and the balloons are cake pops!  Happy birthday Greyson!

Fall-ing in Love

a gorgeous fall themed cake, complete with fondant leaves airbrushed with gold accents!

Fire it Up

A firetruck birthday cake for a sweet little boy!

Flip Flop Fun

your 16th birthday is a big deal, so your cake should be just as big! The flip flop cake shown here is one of a pair, decorated in grey and red buttercream.

Home Run

when your youngest son is a Little Dodger, only a cake with the Dodgers logo will do for his birthday! This cake incorporates the logo on a baseball in the middle of the cake and decorations in Dodger blue. Happy birthday Marshall!

Rosy Outlook

a cake with large, loose roses looks so elegant for a wedding! This ivory, two tier cake is chocolate mocha cake with espresso buttercream filling. Delicious and beautiful!

Patchwork and Pillows

Little Confectionista was fortunate enough to get to make the treats for both of her friend's baby showers a while back, and each one was so much fun to make! The cupcakes incorporated the patchwork quilt theme of the baby bedding, and the cake was designed around a nature theme. Congratulations Liz and Beau on your beautiful Olivia Kate!

A Dicey Prospect

When you take a chance and roll the dice, you always hope you come up a winner. This cake is for the Gamble Angus Farm's annual cow sale--a yearly event showcasing their awesome angus cattle had to have a cake just as showy! The cake is a big dice with the Gamble logo and slogan on it, plus some cow cards to show what a winning hand they have!

Say Cheese!

This camera cake and photography teacher figurine had to be very specific. The customer wanted the figurine to have 'salt and pepper hair, a blue polo, khaki shorts, glasses, a paunch, and a lime green towel.' Also the camera had to say Canon, because the teacher hated that brand of camera. Done and done!

Cookie Cakes

Cookies are delicious, but so is a what to do when you want both? A cookie cake,  of course! These two were created for birthday parties, but they are perfect for a variety of occasions. You can have your favorite flavor of cookie and eat it too!

All Things Girlie

a baby shower cake for a little girl that incorporated a crib, blanket, blocks, booties, and all things girlie!

Baby Gender Reveal

this cake was done for a friend of Little Confectionista who wanted to have a "Gender Reveal" party. The parents don't find out the sex of the baby until they cut into the cake, which is pink or blue inside--this one was blue! Unique and fun way to find out what color to paint the nursery!

Rustic Beauty

this gorgeous cake was designed to have a 'rustic' look with the sugar paper butterflies alight on it. Marvelous!

Petal Perfect

The 'petal' design on these cakes is perfect for any occasion and looks so pretty!