Let us make your favorite piece of furniture … out of sugar …. then place it on top of a cake!
This yummy strawberry cake, that we shaped like a pirate ship, is covered with modeling chocolate (some people prefer the taste of modeling chocolate over fondant).
The sails are edible, as is the water and the sand.
Tennessee Wedding Cake
Art for a bride from Tennessee and a groom from Costa Rica!
Send us your favorite photograph and we will recreate it in cake, sugar and/or chocolate!
Whatever the theme of your party, we can help.
Movie, TV and Wrestling characters come to life in cake and chocolate. (The cake is hiding inside the computer!)
Let us help you with your party theme. All of our cakes, sugar and chocolate art is customized to suite your occasion.
This chocolate laptop is full size and may either sit on the top of a cake, beside a cake or may serve as a centerpiece for a dessert buffet or sweet table. The images on the screen are sugar and entirely edible. The picture on the screen may be your corporate logo (as shown) or may be a photograph of a person or any image you wish.
All of our art is one-of-a-kind and customized to fit the theme of your event. From two-person dinner parties to weddings let us create something special for you.
This four tier tree stump cake feeds 40 people. We make it in your choice of flavor however, this one has layers of strawberry (red), Tahitian vanilla (white) and blueberry (blue) cake and is filled with strawberry cream cheese. It was wrapped in cooked Italian meringue vanilla buttercream frosting and then decorated with vanilla fondant.
The bald eagle is fondant and the nest is made from coconut.
Well, some of them are still playing hockey in the month of May! This particular player has taken to his chocolate boat for a little R & R.
The hockey player is made out of gumpaste and fondant (both are edible) and the boat is made entirely from chocolate (YUM).
While the bride chose a classy and elegant wedding cake, the groom was able to have some fun with his football-themed cake.
In Music City we get a lot of requests for music themed cakes. This vintage record player was made for Mac Gayden, who was just inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Congratulations, Mac!
This eight-point stag’s head was created for a groom in lieu of a traditional groom’s cake. Sid the deer is made mostly from chocolate. The sculpture may be eaten or saved as a keepsake for many years.
The Tennessee Trio won a bronze medal in the 2013 ICES (International Cake Exploration Societe´) Live Cake Challenge held in Lexington, KY on August 10th. The Trio consisted of Heather Longpre´, Debra Bittle and Cindy Zoesch.
The theme of the cake was All Around Kentucky and featured a Kentucky Derby race track, complete with horse and jockey. The infield sported a Corvette with the iconic rose blanket draped over the back of the car. The base of the stacked art featured Abe Lincoln’s hat on top of which was placed a basketball and basketball player, topped with a KFC bucket, roses and crowned with a Kentucky Bourbon sugar bottle.
The teams thanks its many sponsors, including: Make Your Own Molds; Guildcraft, Simi Cakes and PhotoFrost. A special thank you to KFC for giving the team permission to use their logo and name.
Every now and again we will have a groom approach us and order his own groom’s cake and sugar art for the wedding. In this particular instance we decided to ask the bride for her permission before we proceeded …. I think you can see why!
This groom wanted Roadkill Possum for his groom’s cake. We’re not kidding !!!! With the bride on-side we made the cake out of bright red colored raspberry red velvet cake and layered it with raspberry truffle filling, chocolate creamcheese and chocolate buttercream layers. Yes, we even put veins inside ….. again … the bride said we could ;-) So that it was evident the possum was roadkill we placed tire tracks, made out of fondant, on either side of the possum cake.
Only in Tennessee.
This chocolate castle is fashioned after the Marine Corp Sapper logo. It was created as sugar art for a groom who served us in the Marine Corp. This edible tribute is a thank you to Charlie P. for his service to this country.