Posts Tagged ‘Wedding’

Tulip Wedding Cake

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Heart Wedding Cake

Monday, February 14th, 2011
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, here is a heart cake we did for a wedding reception at Presidente Banquet Hall in Concord. The entire cake was an allergy sensitive, vegan, mango coconut cake covered in a thin layer of fondant and accented with little red hearts made from eggless royal icing.

Fall Wedding Cake

Saturday, February 12th, 2011

Inspired by a design by Collette Foley from InStyle Wedding Magazine, this fall wedding cake was covered in a dusky ivory fondant and accented with ferns, oak leaves, acorns, berries and flowers all made out of sugar. The reception was held at the beautiful Royal Ashburn Golf Club in Ashburn/Whitby. The flavours of this 3 tier wedding cake were banana chocolate chip cake filled with chocolate ganache, vanilla bean cake layered with fresh strawberries and vanilla buttercream and mocha cake with caramel filling.

Wedding Cake Truffles!

Thursday, July 16th, 2009


These cake truffles which we delivered to Le Treport in Mississauga were part of a unique wedding favour which included a charitable donation made in the name of the couple’s wedding guests. Featured above are truffles coated with milk chocolate and make with chocoalte cake and dulce de leche buttercream.

“Just wanted to say that the cake truffles turned out amazing. The packaging was very simple, yet elegant and went with my theme perfectly. We had alot of compliments on how great the truffles tasted, alot of impressed guests. The only problem, there was SO MANY yummy flavours to choose from. It was the perfect thing to go with our donation as our wedding gift. The was an absolute pleasure working with you again. I look forward to future business with you!!!                                                       A. DeMelo

Daisy Wedding Cake

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

This daisy wedding cake was inspired by Martha Stewart Wedding’s Sweet Little Daisies Wedding Cake. Lots of white daisies made out of sugar cascade over the top and sides of this vanilla fondant covered wedding cake. The flavour for all tiers was vanilla butter cake filled with layers of fresh strawberries and vanilla bean buttercream.

Chocolate Scroll Wedding Cake

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009

This 2 tier chocolate wedding cake was designed to have each tier displayed on 2 lovely carved stands from Africa which the client provided. Cream coloured royal icing scrolls and ribbons accented these chocolate fondant covered cakes. Both tiers were chocolate on the inside as well and filled with layers of dulce de leche buttercream.

Rose Wedding Cake

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009


This 2 tier vegetarian wedding cake was accented with handmade gumpaste roses and a hot pink grosgrain ribbon. A touch of lustre dust added a lovely shimmer to both the roses and the white vanilla fondant. Both tiers were a light vanilla cake filled with raspberry preserves and vanilla buttercream.

Wedding Cake Tasting Pictures!

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Flavours to Taste

At a recent cake tasting, some wonderful clients took pictures of my cakes and buttercream fillings and I thought I would share.  This picture was taken by my first client, a very talented jewelery designer,  who posted all her pictures and comments about her cake tasting for her wedding cupcakes on her blog.  She is creating some gorgeous custom pearl bracelets for me that I can’t wait to show everyone!

Indian Wedding Cake

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

This 3 tier vegetarian wedding cake was displayed and served in a Hindu temple. The cake was a light orange vanilla sponge cake with a whipped citrus flavoured buttercream covered with an eggless royal icing with chocolate vines.

Wedding Cake Cookies

Wednesday, May 6th, 2009

These vanilla sugar cookies with vanilla royal icing were the perfect start to wedding season!

The cookies were a hit, everybody loved them and I totally love the way you decided to decorate them, good call. And they tasted great, I had about 17 left and have eaten like 3 of them already…”

A. Guiseppi