Steph & Jason’s Wedding at the Antique Auto Museum

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.

Happy Halloween!

I had so much fun creating this dessert table for Erin & Mark’s bridal shower. What a great idea to incorporate a halloween theme for a late October shower. I’m creating a cake & cupcakes for Erin’s wedding in December which is going to be just incredible. Can’t wait! I used a great template for the tags from Oscar & Emma Design. Click on the images to enlarge.

Camera Birthday Cake

I love looking at incredible photography and one of my favorite studios in the area is Klose Photography. They just do incredible work. I just happened to get a call from Cyndi Klose to create a special birthday cake for her husband. Camera, Starbucks and his bike were requested to be on the cake. Here’s what I came up with. Their dragonfly logo is on the lens. The cake was coconut cake with coconut vanilla buttercream filling and the camera and cup were made of cream cheese pound cake.

Maggie’s Enchanted Princess Party

I had so much fun designing a dessert table and cake for this over-the-top party hosted by Gaggles N Giggles. It was a princess party for Maggie who turned 5 at the Bent Creek Country Club in Lititz. In addition to the dessert table there was a candy bar, tea party, dress up area, horse drawn carriage ride and more. I’ll post more photos when I get the professional shots from the photographer. The dessert table included a pillow cake with slipper, chocolate dipped pretzel rods, chocolate dipped marshmallows, party mix, meringue cookies, crown and shoe cookies, cupcakes and designer soda. This would be great for a shower or wedding too!

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Jaylene & Jeremy’s Fall Wedding Cupcake Tower

The 1st of 3 fall cupcake towers…funfetti cupcakes with cream cheese frosting and red velvet cupcakes with honey cream cheese frosting. All of the leaves were dusted with edible shimmer to add a little sparkle. I think the monogram looks so pretty on top. The reception was at the West Shore Elk’s Club in Mechanicsburg, PA. Everything looked to beautiful…I LOVE fall!