Here are some pics from the baby shower cupcake tower & dessert table I did for baby Tyson’s mommy’s shower. Cupcakes, marshmallow pops, chocolate dipped pretzels, muddy buddy mix and cookies were all included on the table. Onesies were the theme, so I created a mini clothes line with onesies clipped on spelling out “Baby Tyson” all coordinating with the invitation I designed.
I had so much fun designing this dessert table for a baby shower recently. The theme centered around rocking horses and Christmas, so I created rocking horse tags as accents on the glass vases and jars. For this shower I made rocking horse cookies, brownie pops dipped in chocolate, chocolate dipped pretzel rods, marshmallow pops dipped in chocolate and crushed peppermint and an assortment of cupcakes with onesies and snowflake decorations. The shower was Rock’n!
I have been working with Erin (the bride) on her wedding all year and the big event was last night at the West Shore Country Club. The winter theme incorporate a beautiful silver blue and chocolate brown for the colors and decorations included dangling crystals, snow and ornaments. The gorgeous centerpieces were designed by Blooms By Vickrey and the table and chair linens were provided by Balloons & More. Remarkably, there was a beautiful snowfall that afternoon just in time for the wedding. For this wedding I used my design background to create her programs and table numbers as well as the candy bar, wedding cake and cupcake tower displays. I loved all of it! The cake was 4-tiers covered with crystal sugar, chocolate fondant ribbon and crystal broaches for accents. The cake flavor was white cake with strawberry buttercream filling. The cupcake tower included chocolate chocolate cupcakes, vanilla vanilla, red velvet and carrot cake, both topped with honey cream cheese frosting. Best wishes Erin & Mark.
Here’s what Erin had to say:
I just wanted to tell you that everything you did for my wedding was WONDERFUL! People were raving! People couldn’t even wait and didn’t even wait to eat the cupcakes until after we had our cake! My mom just told me that my aunt had all four flavors and she just loved them! I haven’t had any cupcakes yet, but our wedding cake was AMAZING! I loved it! It looked and tasted awesome. Your work was nothing less than perfect!
This is a cupcake tower I did last weekend for the Central Dauphin Class of 1969 high school reunion. The theme was 60′s, so I incorporated 60ish flowers on the cupcake tower. The cupcake flavors were carrot cake with cream cheese frosing, red velvet with cream cheese frosting and vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream frosting.
I have never been to the Antique Auto Museum in Hershey, but did a wedding there last Satruday. It is really an incredible place. The reception was in an area with an old soda shop, buses and more. The event was catered by Creative Quisine who did the adorable candy bar. The bride requested individual cakes for the parents, so I created flanking stands next to the main cupcake tower. The cupcake flavors were red velvet with honey cream cheese icing, carrot cake with honey cream cheese icing, chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter buttercream icing, vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream icing and chocolate cake with oreo icing. Everything looked so beautiful…especially the bride.
Here’s what the mother of the bride had to say:
Hi Jasmine, I just wanted to send you a quick email to let you know what a fabulous job you did with Steph and Jason’s wedding on Saturday. Hmmm, where to start?…. First, it was wonderful of you to let her pick so many flavors when it would have been much easier for you to set a limit – we just couldn’t choose. I have to say my personal favorite was the carrot cupcake, but as I did at the tasting, I’ve sampled several others as well. All were yummy.
In the beginning, we were leaning toward the cake as I thought the “wow” factor would be bigger. However, by putting small cakes on the top and both sides, the effect was nearly the same. We found cupcakes much easier to serve though, with many people taking them home to enjoy later. The different colored leaves worked well and everyone was able to look at the list to pick their favorite flavor. The leaves? I just kept staring at them. My favorite part for sure…..I LOVED that the leaves weren’t just a flat color, but had different color variations within each one, along with that beautiful shimmer on each. I also loved the way you curled, shaped, formed each one to look so real.
So, thank you so much for making our visions of a fall cake into a reality.