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Button Wedding Cake


I’ll be the first to admit that I can barely sew a button onto a shirt, but that doesn’t mean I don’t love buttons.

There’s something about buttons – they’re cute and round and have so many more uses than just holding your coat closed.

Take for instance this wedding cake adorned with edible buttons.

It’s a rather whimsical cake and is certainly not a design that immediately comes to mind when one thinks “wedding cake.” Read More


All-White Wedding Cake


We’ve been featuring a lot of very colorful cakes lately, so I thought it would be nice to showcase a cake that was simple and beautiful.

Which brings us to today’s all-white wedding cake.

This ivory tower is a four-tier cake decorated with white chocolate fondant. Yes, that’s right. Even though it’s an all-white wedding cake there’s still chocolate involved!

The white chocolate fondant is elegantly pleated, giving the cake the look of a wedding dress. Read More


Daisy Wedding Cake


I have mentioned my love of daisies before, and since we're in the middle of the week I thought I'd share a cheery and happy daisy wedding cake again.

You can't look at daisies and not feel happy inside, so they're really a perfect flower to feature on a wedding cake. Everyone at a wedding is already smiling from ear to ear, so why not keep the happy theme going with your cake? Read More


Light and Shadow: The Importance of Good Photography

Sepia Monogram Cake

We make a lot about how a wedding cake looks around here.  For me, even more important is how a cake tastes.  We’ve talked about toppers and trim and table scapes.  But one thing we haven’t talked much about is photography.

This beautiful cake, white on white, with a bookplate-style monogram in a classic style, is beautiful enough to stand alone.  But what really captured my attention was Read More


Beautiful Wedding Cake…But We’re a Little Concerned About the Marriage

Back to Back bride and groom

Beautiful white on white – one of my favorite decorating techniques – and pops of autumnal color.  And on top of it all stands a traditional-looking bride and groom – standing cross-armed, not speaking.

Methinks this does not bode well for the marriage.

What did they disagree about?  Did she want a ski honeymoon, and he wanted to snorkel off of Baja?  Did he want his gal pal as best man?  Did she insist on writing their vows, and he didn’t want to mess with it?  Or was it something even more important – she wanted vanilla and he wanted chocolate…

Well, we’ll probably never know.  But we hope that they worked it out with the same tongue in cheek sense of humor that led them to cast this cute cake topper in a starring role.

And let’s say it all together:  Weddings last for a day.  Marriages (are supposed to) last for a lifetime.

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