Sugar art adds a fun element to any cake or confection. In most cases, if you don’t eat it, it can be saved as a keepsake or reused on your own home-made sweet creations.
Sugar art sculptures are a fantastic addition to sweet tables and make amazing center pieces. They can be created to complement any theme you may choose for your event. Contact Chef Heather to discuss your special celebration and to have her design a piece of edible art that will be memorable and one-of-a-kind!
This beautiful waterfall is made from sugar as are the palm trees and flowers.
Edible sugar bottle with edible labels.
Sugar art sculpture in chocolate.
Sugar art sculpture in lieu of a groom's cake.
Perhaps they meant chocolate mousse? Well, this chocolate moose crashed the wedding as the groom's cake.
Available in sugar or chocolate.
This chocolate puppy sits on top of an edible dentist's chair.
After enjoying the cake eat the flamingo
Chetah mask made of sugar.
This story book tree is made mostly out of fondant, the rolling hills are cake.
Owen the owl is covered in modeling chocolate.
Edible Robin Hood cake topper for a groom's cake.
Edible Rapunzel crowning a tower of cake.
Sugar art Scare Crones.
Sewing machine made from modeling chocolate, lace made from icing.
The Eiffel Tower in sugar makes a great cake topper or center piece.
Poured sugar designer logo.
This cake topper is made of chocolate
Chocolate copies of your instruments make great cake toppers!
Edible instruments make terrific decorations on a sweet table.
Your favorite guitar rendered in chocolate.
The Hangover: gumpaste bra, aspirin and coffee mug. Sugar art tree covered in coffee beans.
Garden critters sugar art in cookie dirt with a barrel of cake.
An edible garden with flowerpot cakes, gumpaste garden tools and sugar blossoms. Edible cookie crumb dirt.
What is Sugar Art?
Sugar art is an edible art form that combines baking, sculpting and painting to create edible masterpieces. Sugar art can be large or small and will wow your guests no matter what size. Pulled sugar can create the illusion of realistic flowers, flowing water, beverage containers and objects of any kind. The possibilities are endless when it comes to sugar art, and Chef Heather is here to guide you and help you create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece to display at your next special event.