My team at work had a fun December event where I was asked to show everyone how to make snowman cake pops. I’m really impressed with how well everyone’s cake pops turned out and I think they had a lot of fun in the process! These are a couple of pics of the ones I created. You can see where I ran out of orange ‘carrot’ noses.
I made chocolate and vanilla cake pops for Island Hoppers Scuba’s annual Halloween party. The chocolate eyeballs included hand piped white chocolate irises and pupils, and the vanilla cake pops were dipped in orange tinted white chocolate and adorned with green tendrils to represent pumpkins.
I had the great privilege of being asked to create cake pops for our dear friends, Andrea & Erik, for their wedding this past Thursday at the beautiful Firefly Pointe at Twin Creeks Marina in Winchester, TN. Keeping with the theme of hues of purple in recognition of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, an assortment of both vanilla and chocolate cake pops were provided, each dipped in lavender tinted white chocolate, decorated with white sugar pearls and white chocolate accents.
This ended up being such a fun theme and I loved putting together the stacked barn cake and mini-cupcakes to celebrate Maddie’s big day! Her party was held outside at the Barton Hills Farm and keeping with the theme, I created the chocolate barn cake which was covered in red fondant and dark modeling chocolate. The chocolate and vanilla cupcakes were topped with cows, pigs, and chicks, all created out of fondant, and iced in vanilla buttercream frosting.
To celebrate Ella’s birthday, her family had a theme of pink birds with green feathers. I created toppers for the cupcakes out of royal icing – half of them with the pink birds and half with the letter ‘e’, all with the pink and green theme in mind, and of course, a smash cake for the birthday girl. Happy Birthday Miss Ella!
Sweet Amelia’s first birthday had a butterfly theme. I created vanilla cake pops half with chocolate butterflies, and half flowers, all in pastel colors, as well as a small smash cake for the birthday girl.
Reid had a Thomas the Train themed birthday party and I created a two-tiered cake iced in bright blue buttercream with red fondant stripes. I also made a Thomas the Train placard, Reid’s name, and the number 3 out of royal icing. Happy Birthday Reid – it looks like you had a blast at your party! Pictures by the fabulous Melanie Wright Photography: http://www.melanie-wright-photography.com/.
Charlee loves Minnie Mouse, so I made a cake inspired by the character which included a silhouette of Minnie’s head made from homemade modeling chocolate, complete with red fondant bow. The cake itself was iced in red buttercream with white fondant dots and a pearl border which I created using pearl dust on the fondant.