As an alternative to traditional buttercream, we covered this New Year’s Eve party cake with yummy whipped cream!
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 cake was created for a little girl who really wanted a Princess and the Pea birthday party. Happy Birthday, Princess Olivia.
Little Bentley was absolutely thrilled with his western ranch themed birthday cake. His edible sugar art included a horse, cow, clothing, signage and, of course, Bentley himself!!
The French Petit Four is truly a work of art. This particular Petit Four starts with an almond-shortbread cookie base, is rimmed with dark Belgian couverture chocolate and then rolled in toasted almonds. We top it off with a swirl of Kirsch and cherry chocolate truffle and finish it off with a decorative chocolate wave. Our Petit Fours are perfect for a small dinner party.
This fantasy tree was created using fondant and chocolate. An edible landscape was created using cake, complete with glistening stream and edible cookie dirt.
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.
This is the perfect sugar art sculpture for a bachelorette party or bridal shower. The cake is decorated to look like a lovely present. All of the art is edible, but who would want to eat it? Enjoy the cake and save the art. This cake did, however, raise a few eyebrows when it was delivered to a local restaurant!!
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.
A terrified groom adds humor to this wedding cake. All of the art is edible, including the bride, groom and flowers.
Our cakes with sugar art are one-of-a-kind. Tell us your idea and we will bring it to life … in sugar, that is.
Sugar art at its strangest! The “wooden” salad bowl is entirely edible as are the salad spoons, which are made from modeling chocolate. The lettuce and other “veggies” are made from fondant.
This birdhouse amongst the dogwood blossoms is actually a lemon cake with lemon cream filling and fiori di sicilia buttercream frosting. The roof is made from modeling chocolate and the cake board is carved chocolate. The dogwood blossoms are made from gumpaste as are the butterflies and birds. The entire sculpture is edible.
Have fun with your graduation party and add cake! Make it sophisticated or playful.
This is a popular technique known as ombre´. Your start with a light shade and get progressively darker. This is a raspberry chocolate truffle cake. Everything on the outside of the cake was made with modeling chocolate, instead of fondant. Great for chocolate lovers!
We will sculpt a cake for you in the shape of your favorite mascot. Tell us what character or animal you would like and how many people you will be feeding, then choose your cake, filling and frosting flavors. We’ll take it from there!
Do you love cheesecake? We make every size, including individual serving cakes. Go to Cake Flavors, Sizes and Pricing to see your flavor options. Almost every flavor available in traditional cake is also available in cheesecake.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, try our Irish Cream Espresso Cheesecake. This rich and creamy cheesecake is topped with Irish Whiskey ganache, whipped cream and chocolate-covered espresso beans.
Having a dinner party for eight? Serve a six-inch round cake, it’s the perfect size. Complete it with a sugar flower accent to add a little elegance to your table. Go to Cake Flavors, Sizes and Pricing to see your flavor and presentation options.