Summer has officially arrived! And that means all the flowers are in bloom around my yard and it’s so pretty.
Of all the wedding cake trends I love (and there are many) I have a special spot for cakes with flowers. Whether we’re talking fresh flowers or sugar flowers, show me a cake with blooms and I’m in love. Read More
The groundhog has spoken and we’re in for an early spring this year!
So it only seems appropriate to start dreaming about springtime wedding cakes covered in lovely, bright colored blooms.
I love fresh flowers on wedding cakes – it is the perfect way to make a statement with your cake without being too over-the-top. Read More
As much as I enjoy the occasional non-traditional wedding cake, for me it’s all about going back to the basics.
A simple white wedding cake.
I love white wedding cakes in part because they are a great canvas for whatever you might want to add.
This time of year – late fall – I love seeing gorgeous white cakes adorned with fresh flowers in dark hues. Black Magic Roses, Gerbera daisies in dark red, anything that is dramatic! Read More
Sometimes the simplest wedding cakes are the ones that stop you in your tracks.
That just about sums up today’s wedding cake. It’s pretty. And simple. And elegant.
And it is adorned by one very lovely rose but it doesn’t need anything else.
I love wedding cakes with fresh flowers – and usually that means a lot of fresh flowers. Read More
We don’t often think about a simple one-tier wedding cake, but it’s a trend that some brides are going with.
After all, if you’re having a small reception there’s no need for a huge multi-tier cake.
And if you’re going to keep things simple, it’s always a good idea to make it simply beautiful. Read More
Sometimes all it takes to make a cake stunning is a simple design and some fresh flowers.
Take this cake for example – the icing is simple and the only embellishment is fresh flowers. That’s it.
And it doesn’t need anything else to make it look spectacular. Read More
Fresh flowers are one of my favorite embellishments on a wedding cake.
I love the simplicity of using flowers or greens on a cake because there's no need to anything else to the cake. And, there are so many ways you (or your baker) can incorporate the flowers into the cake's design. Read More
This week we're flashing back an entire decade to check out this lovely little cake from 2003.
When actress Elizabeth Banks married her beau Max Handleman at the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills they reportedly read love letters from their first year of dating rather than reciting vows.
Now if that isn't romantic enough, one look at their simple yet beautiful wedding cake and you know this was a spectacular affair. Read More