Ladies celebrating a bride with Tiffany & Co. cupcakes - what more can one ask for? Underneath you have honey jasmine cupcakes and chocolate rose cupcakes. Yum! If you're interested in having something like this at your event, reach out to email@example.com!
When I got this order, I knew it was going to be something fun to make. The cupcake toppers signified three decades of greatness: first decade was represented by the Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, the second decade was represented by the London beefeater, and third decade was represented by the yellow NYC taxi cab. The cupcake toppers rested on top of chocolate rose cupcakes filled with raspberry jam, which provided a great personal touch for the celebration gift!
What better way to welcome a baby boy than to have a well-dressed man themed party? Our cupcakes were beautifully adorned with cute decorations of this sort - full of mustaches, bowties and ties!
To get your hands on custom cupcakes, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Springtime is coming, albeit slowly, in New York which kicks off the season of baby and bridal showers! Recently we had a client order a number of bear-themed baked goods, all customized, for a beautiful baby shower!
Below showcases the bear-themed cupcakes, whoopie pies, and favors for the party. We also made rattles and pacifier cake pops to complete the baby shower theme. For more information, email email@example.com!
For Teeny's bridal shower, these were honey jasmine cupcakes filled with raspberry jam. A popular flavor and hit for the ocassion! Ebby is one lucky man.
When my friend requested for Hello Kitty themed cupcakes, I happy obliged. She placed an order for two delicious flavors - chocolate rose and chrysanthemum tea - with the addition of the bride-to-be's name spelled on top. After brainstorming how to combine the use of letters and Hello Kitty, I began the project. Cuteness overload!
I started with baking the cupcakes and then worked on the decorations separately. I started by cutting out a Hello Kitty picture and made it my template. After rolling out the white fondant, I carefully cut out the shape of Hello Kitty. After that I added red coloring to a small portion of white fondant for her bows and letters.
With the use of some alphabet stencils, I cut out the shapes of letters and placed "glued them" (using buttercream frosting) to the other parts to fully assemble the head. The final touches included using black royal icing to mark as whiskers and bow details.
Once the Hello Kitty heads were properly put together I put them on top of the cupcakes.
Summer is in full swing with baby showers galore! With the babies close to being born, everyone is ready to eat their sweets on - pictured are two different baby showers. One features our regular-sized cupcakes in three different flavors (matcha, chocolate rose, black sesame) and the other has customized cupcakes (same flavors) with a blue bear on top using fondant and royal icing.
Congratulations to the mothers-to-be!
For more information on custom orders, please fill out a form on the Contact Us page or email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy eating!