We had the privilege of creating the Cupcake Tower for Katie and Joe's intimate wedding on Lake Union this past August. What a beautiful setting it was! From the very beginning, Katie and Joe were so sweet to work with. After our initial tasting, they stopped by our markets to try out more of our cupcake flavors. In the end, they went with Red Velvet, Black and White, Coconut, Chocolate Peanut butter, Hummingbird and German Chocolate. Below are photos of their beautiful day documented by the talented Sasha of Sasha Reiko Photography.
We had the privilege of creating cakes for some very special couples this summer. Each and everyone of them represented the couples in very unique ways.
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Katie and Joe love the outdoors so, their venue was perfect for them. The College Club Boathouse on Lake Union. They wanted a variety of flavors for their guests to choose from, so they went with a cupcake tower with cake flavors of Red Velvet, Hummingbird, Chocolate Peanut butter, German Chocolate and Coconut.
For Skylar and Jaren's backyard wedding they went with a Rustic buttercream cake with our Hummingbird, Pina Colada and Lemon Blueberry flavors. Along with the wedding cake we also created a dessert table display that had Mini Cupcakes, Leaf Sugar Cookies, Salted Caramel and Chocolate Oat Bars and our Mason Jar Fruit Crisps in Peach, Apple and Triple berry.
The cake table for Antoinette and Ryan's wedding was atop an antique dresser complete with vintage bridal ware and pictures of the bride and groom.
I absolutely adore being an Auntie. This past weekend we celebrated my nephew and niece, August and Ashlynn, turning 4 and 6. This year for their combined party, they chose a Circus theme. My sister creatively designed 2 hours of FUN for these two and their friends. I hope you enjoy taking a peek at these pics and grab an idea or two. :)
When the guests arrived, they were directed to a circus themed craft, (easily found at your local craft store) an animal mask to paint.
Next, were the games. There was a Balloon Pop, Clown Bean Bag Toss and a Can Toss. At each game the kids could earn tickets for the Prize Tent under the 'Big Top'.
Once everyone had their prize bags full, tummies satisfied with snacks and presents were opened, it was time for cake and ice cream.
The sweets table was complete with Cotton Candy Pops, Snow Cone cupcakes and a Circus inspired cake!
One of the sweetest privileges I get as a baker is to hold the secret of mom's and dad's-to-be as they find out the gender of their baby. This one was extra special because it was for my friend Ashley and her husband Bryan as they are soon-to-be parents to a... little girl! :)