Danelle & Jeffrey’s Red and Ivory Wedding Cake

 Danelle and Jeffrey were married this past Saturday and had their reception at the beautiful Hershey Lodge. I had the so much fun creating this vibrant and elegant wedding cake inspired by the design on their wedding invitations.
The cake flavors were marble cake with chocolate buttercream filling and vanilla cake with strawberry buttercream filling.
Congratulations Danelle and Jeffrey!

Mandy & Dustin’s Sweet Cupcake Tower

Mandy and Dustin had their wedding reception at the Harrisburg Hilton and I had the honor of creating a music inspired cupcake tower for them.

 Instead of flowers, I did embossed circles in their wedding colors to resemble the shape of a record album. They tied the theme into their reception by naming the tables after their favorite albums.

The beautiful photos were taken by Carisa with CK Photography. They are really sweet!
I love this photo. What a wonderful couple. It was a joy working with them and I wish them a happy new life together!
Here’s what Mandy had to say:
We were so lucky to have The Couture Cakery’s cupcakes at our wedding! Jasmine did an amazing job of a design concept that fit our music theme… and let’s be honest, I’ve never had better cupcakes in my life.


Reception Venue: Harrisburg Hilton
Photography: Carisa with CK Photography

Couture Lego Wedding Cake

WARNING: If you show this to any boys under 10, 
they may request this for their wedding cake.

When I met Lisa and James for our initial consultation, they said they wanted to incorporate a Lego theme in their wedding cake. My first thought was “awesome!”. Legoland is my favorite theme park and with two boys, Legos are all over my house.

 They wanted to keep the look of a pretty wedding cake, but incorporate Legos so it looked like the cake was under construction.
 The purple and grey blossoms and vines were inspired by their wedding invitation. I also learned the correct terminology for Lego people. They are called “figs”. The baker fig is checking out the wedding cake.
 James provided all the actual Lego figs and vehicles from his collection. Don’t you just love the Lego limo 🙂

Dump truck with a load of fondant is arriving.

 I added a few of my own comical elements. Flour is being scooped by the construction fig.
Uh oh…there was a sugar spill. The road cleaner has come to help clean up the spill.
 A cleaning crew is on site with brooms to sweep up all the sugar.
 I just love the adorable bride and groom. All the figs are working hard to construct the cake.
 Baker fig is ready to place the flower on the cake.
Catering, linens and floral design were provided my the talented team at C&J Catering. The wedding took place at the Antique Auto Museum in Hershey.
The huge crane was constructed by James. I seriously should not have this much fun with a wedding cake!
Congratulations James and Lisa!!

 Here’s what the groom had to say 🙂
Lisa and I can’t thank you enough for your work on the cake. It exceeded our expectations, to say the least. “Awesome!” would best describe it. We received so many rave reviews about the attention to detail and the overall Lego theme. Expectedly, folks also found the cake to be delicious. Many people commented about the painstaking details on the cake, as well as the diorama with the Legos. Kids and adults alike enjoyed the small vignettes of cake-construction (i.e. the sugar spill). 

Venue: The Antique Auto Museum
Catering, linens & florals: C&J Catering
DJ: DJ Klock Entertainment

Abbie & Jonanthan’s Fuschia and Damask Theme Wedding

 Abbie and Jonathan were married this past Saturday in Duncannon. The theme included fuschia and black and white damask. What a fun combination.
 I always love adding a monogram to the cake topper. More height and they just look great.
The cupcake flavors included Chocolate Chocolate, Vanilla Vanilla and Chocolate Oreo.
 The edible flower decorations matched their wedding colors and I added a damask print to the cupcake stand base.
 What a cute couple!
 They incorporated tons of great DIY details. I loved these fun napkins.

It was beautiful wedding day. This is a shot I took outside the church.
Congratulations Abbie and Jonathan!

Kristin & Oliver’s Elegant Wedding Cake

 Kristin and Oliver had their wedding reception last Saturday at the breathtaking Conewago Manor Inn. I have to say, it is my favorite venue. The manor, grounds and setting are just spectacular and I feel like I’m in heaven when I’m there. The photo above was taken inside the manor in the beautiful room overlooking the river.
The small 2 tier cake was chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and peanut butter buttercream fillings. In addition to the cake, I styled and created a cupcake display for the guests.

Congratulations Kristin and Oliver!

Jodi & Rob’s Pink and Bling Wedding Cake

Jodi and Rob were married at the Hershey Lodge on Sunday. It was a beautiful wedding incorporating hot pinks and a little bling. Their wedding cake was decorated with hot pink sugar blossoms and rhinestone band on the base of each tier. The cake flavors were dark chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and peanut butter buttercream filling and vanilla cake with strawberry buttercream filling.
Congrats to Jodi and Rob! Best wishes on your new life in SoCal.

Casey & Steve’s Wedding at King’s Gap Mansion

Casey and Steve were married this past Saturday at King’s Gap Mansion in Carlisle. The views from this venue are just spectacular. The couple loves nature and Steve actually proposed on a hike at King’s Gap. As I recall, they said “wouldn’t it be fun to get married here” and they did!

The cupcake display incorporated their love of nature. The original design changed a bit after they saw the stumps that were created by Joe from Heidi and Joe’s wedding. They were so kind to give them to me and I was excited for the opportunity to use them for this wedding.

The cupcake flavors included white cake with lemon buttercream frosting, chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting, vanilla cake with vanilla frosting and red velvet with lemon buttercream frosting (yum).

The yellow calla lilies were sooo pretty!

Loving the cupcake stand placed on the stump 🙂

The cupcake decorations included sugar blossoms in red, yellow, brown and orange.

There were so many beautiful and colorful DIY details.

The escort lollipops were awesome! They saw a post I did for Lauren and Jeremy’s wedding with cake pops in a bed of M&Ms. They adapted the idea to create this amazing display.

Love it! Who doesn’t love candy.

The favors were various homemade jelly jars. So charming.

What a great wedding. It was such a pleasure working with Casey, Steve and Linda.


Ohh…just got this email from the bride’s mom 🙂

“WHAT AN AWESOME JOB YOU DID with not only the cupcakes but the original cake topper! The entire table display was amazing and Casey started to cry when she saw it. She said, “It is just so incredible!” EVERYONE commented on how wonderful the cupcakes were and LOVED them!

THANK YOU SO MUCH for all the time and effort your part in making this a perfect day for Casey and Steve.