Custom Cake Design Far Beyond the Ordinary!Navigation
When I offered to make dessert for my parents to take to their card club, they were not expecting something highly decorated. They would have been happy with just a great-tasting dessert. They were very surprised when I showed up with this “vintage” cake. After all,...Read More
One day there was a baby shower planned for a friend from church. I called the girl who was planning the shower and asked if I could make the cake. She was very happy to have it made for free. Me? I wanted to see if I could make a 3-D baby that WAS a cake, and this was my...Read More
There is something really special about a homemade wedding gift. When we got married, my husband’s grandmother made us a beautiful quilt. Thirty-three years later, the quilt is still beautiful, but Grandma passed away years ago. When my niece and her husband got married,...Read More
When our daughter and her fiance’ decided on a New Year’s Eve wedding, it was only natural to go with red roses. The church was already decorated in reds for Christmas, so we decided to just carry on with the theme. This one was a labor of love, for sure. I hope you...Read More
Ever wonder why custom cakes cost so much more than cakes from the grocery store? I’ll try to compare, but honestly, there is not much to compare. The grocery store usually has X number of cakes to choose from. They have lots of layers mass-baked, for you and a number of other people. That fluffy white icing comes in a lovely white plastic 5-gallon bucket, and the raspberry filling was squeezed out of a see-through plastic sleeve that was on the shelf with all the other kinds of fillings.Read More
SERVING sizes vary, depending on the baker / bakery.
Here is an example: When you go to W**-Mart, they have a handy-dandy little brochure that shows some of their wedding cakes. If you look closely, you will see that the serving size is for a 1 inch X 1 inch X 4 inch tall serving. Here is where it gets interesting. They say you will have