Ah, bundt cakes. The ubiquitous cake of the 1950s and 1960s.
They’re so retro that they’re cool again – just ask my mom. She loves to bake bundt cakes for family birthdays, complete with homemade chocolate drizzle.
Imagine having a bundt cake as your wedding cake – now that would be cool. Plus, they’re basically the original “naked” cake, with only a drizzle of frosting. Read More
I’m a big fan of fresh flowers on wedding cakes.
My own wedding cake was adorned with bunches of Black Magic roses and those dark red blooms made the white cake really pop!
Today cake goes floral in a really big way!
The three tier cake is almost taken over by bright flowers, but oddly enough it works without being “too much.” Read More
I’m back with another lace-inspired wedding cake because I honestly just can’t get enough!
Today’s cake is one that I could stare at for hours, it’s so gorgeous.
The lace effect on this cake was painstakingly created by creating dozens of tiny sugar blossoms and then arranging them in a trail on the cake. Imagine the time it took – this cake is really too pretty to eat! Read More
I am in love with kitchen utensils.
I have drawers full of things I don’t need or have used once, but if it looks “fun” and it’s a kitchen utensil that I “might” use, I’m buying it.
Which is why I’m loving these mini kitchen whisks with the heart inside the whisk. Read More
Since we’re in the dog days of summer it seems like a good time to showcase another simple rainbow wedding cake.
Rainbows and summer go hand-in-hand, right?
I love the simplicity of this cake. It’s not fussy or over-the-top. It’s just a simple two-tier white wedding cake with a little bit of color added thanks to a cute little cake topper. Read More
I love an over-the-top, non-traditional wedding cake just as much as the next non-traditionalist. But I also love simple wedding cakes that are both elegant and gorgeous.
Take today’s wedding cake as an example.
There isn’t a lot going on with the cake but that’s what makes it special. The ‘wow’ factor is in the cake’s simplicity.
A stark white tiered cake topped with fresh white blooms. It’s simple and beautiful and makes a statement by not being over-the-top. Read More
If there’s one thing we have too many of in the kitchen it has to be can “koozies.”
You know, those can “cooler” sleeves that keep your canned beverages cold while keeping your hands warm? Yep, koozies.
Now this might seem like a different kind of wedding favor, but that’s what we love – different! Read More
I am a huge fan of all things polka dot. There is something so fun and yet classy about those polka dots.
Plus, it’s fun to say (and type) polka dot. 😉
While my favorite polka dot combo is black and white, I am loving today’s wedding cake featuring red and white polka dots! Read More
Lace-inspired wedding cakes are a trend I could definitely get behind, especially for summer weddings.
I love the idea of incorporating lace into the design of one’s wedding cake.
You could even take a sample of the lace from your wedding dress and have the design appear on your cake. Read More