Thursday, January 27, 2011

Let Them Eat Cake

Your Cake should make a statement. It does not have to be elaborate but it should be fantastic and reflect your personal style. Here are a few examples of recent cakes that we designed with our clients. Watch for more in the future.

This was a special Cake created by Rosebud for a wonderful 30th birthday celebration held at the Penthouse at The Sunset Tower. The theme of the party was the 1920's and guests were encouraged to come in period attire. Note the dance teacher in the background teaching the Charleston.

Cake Divas had the difficult task of creating this Vegan Cake. Imagine making a cake using no eggs or dairy products - and the guests said it tasted great! This entire Adamson House wedding was completely vegan.

One of my personal favorites. I love the colors and textures on this Cake we designed for a Malibu Wedding.

We flew this Sylvia Weinstock Cake out from New York for a recent Beverly Hills Hotel Wedding. Even Shaq would not have been able to reach the top.

This sweet Cake for a Baby Shower at a private home was made by Rosebud. Flowers were arranged in old fasioned baby carriages. Guests took home chocolate baby bottles and tiny chocolate booties.

The groom in this Ojai Valley Inn wedding had one request - he wanted a Cake that resembled his favorite food in L. A. - Roscoe's Chicken and Waffles! Kim of The Butter End did a fantastic job. We served this Cake at the rehearsal dinner the night before the more formal wedding.

The bride wanted to keep everything traditional and classic at this Shutters Wedding. She asked that the cake match the box from her favorite jewelry store. The tiny, hand crafted flowers on the Cake were very detailed. I love the thick bed of white roses the Cake was placed on.

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