Yes…a goth wedding. I actually love this cake. The wedding colors were black and red and the bride requested a corset incorporated on the cake. The bottom tier is draped with black fondant to look like leather. The cake was dark chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream and vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream. This photo was taken before I added a pool of blood on the top of the cake dripping down the front….for real 🙂 The reception was at the Holiday Inn West.
I had the honor of creating this cake for the most beautiful reception at the Hershey Lodge. The tables where covered with a black tablecloth with a white cut out linen overlay. It looked just amazing.
The florals were designed by one of my favorite florists. Stacia with Petals & Beans does AMAZING work. The bright colors just popped against the black and white linens.
Tis the season for many other celebrations in addition to weddings. Elena celebrated her confirmation this past Friday. She wanted something modern including black and blue. The cake flavors were dark chocolate cake with Oreo buttercream filling and dark chocolate cake with chocolate mint buttercream filling.
I met Alissa (the bride) at one of my Fun with Fondant cake decorating classes. She had so much fun, she took it again! She is so sweet and is going to be attending pastry school soon and hopes to be making wedding cakes for couples in the future too. Alissa and Pat first met line dancing and it continues to be a big part of their lives together. They wanted to incorporate the line dancing western theme in their wedding cake.
Thank you so much for having me be a part of your amazing day!! Congrats Alissa and Pat. You are both wonderful.
Yesterday and I had the pleasure of creating an amazing wedding cake for Audra and Lee. The reception was held at the beautiful Hershey Lodge. The wedding colors were ivory and lavender and the cake fit perfectly with the decor of the banquet room. The cake served 200 and the flavors were dark chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and peanut butter buttercream filling and white cake with vanilla buttercream and raspberry buttercream filling. It was a big cake!
I am also very excited to announce that The Couture Cakery has been selected to be the official provider of wedding and celebration cakes for the Hershey Lodge. I’m so looking forward to working with Ira Task and his amazing staff.
The amazing florals were designed by Blooms by Vickrey in Camp Hill.
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of creating this cupcake tower for Colette and John’s post wedding celebration. They got married in Las Vegas and decided to have their wedding celebration with their family and friends at the Appalachian Brewing Company in Harrisburg. They actually live in North Carolina, so everything was arranged via email before the event. Thank goodness for the internet!
Beautiful gerber daisies were brought from New Jersey and I popped a few on the cupcake stand base.