Patrick’s Eagle Scout Court of Honor

I am a bit late posting this, but I was so honored to be asked to create a cupcake tower and candy display for Patrick’s Eagle Scout court of honors celebration. Becoming an Eagle Scout is quite an accomplishment. It takes many years of dedication and work to acquire all the badges and completing the Eagle Scout project.

The red, white and blue color scheme tied in the celebration color.
 
A fondant eagle topped the cake.

The fleur de lis is the boy scout symbol and topped each cupcake.

Lots of yummy candy for the kids to enjoy!
Congratulation Patrick! Thank you Carol Brame for thinking of me and including me in your
fabulous celebration.

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Nicole and Owen’s stunning winter wedding


I’m so excited to share this amazing wedding with you! When I met with Nicole and Owen for the first time, I was kind of jumping out of my seat a little because Nicole had such creative ideas for her wedding, many of which she did herself. The wedding and reception took place at the beautiful Cork Factory Hotel in Lancaster. I created a sweets table which incorporated a bit of a winter theme and colors including silver, navy blue, chartreuse. I was extra excited when I found Rita and Joel Wieber were shooting the wedding and they kindly provided the images below for me to share.

Nicole decided to serve cupcakes to her guests along with lots of sweets for them to 
enjoy and take home.
I loved the “Save the Dates” she created herself. Just one of the many wonderful DIY items!


Nicole looked amazing…and yes it did happen to snow on their wedding day. 
It was the perfect backdrop for this stunning photo.
Here’s the final result.
Snowflake sugar cookies went perfectly with the snowy day.
Nicole used beautiful paper throughout the wedding decor and I incorporated the 
paper design on to the candy tags. 
White chocolate dipped pretzels, red velvet cake pops and marshmallow pops 
were some of the goodies I made.
Puppy chow was a special request by the bride.
Nicole loves butter cookies, so I made mini cookies that were displayed in paper cones I created with  the paper she provided. I used some of my vintage boxes to display the treats too.
 
 The Wiebners are true artists and I am a huge fan of their work.
Here is just one of my favorite shots…just beautiful. The flower girl was just adorable.
She work white Chuck Taylors covered with rhinestones…so cute!

Lori Witmer with Wildflowers by Design did the stunning florals. She also did some amazing centerpieces using baby’s breath, cotton, wood and milk glass painted black as vessels.

 Nicole created these paper ornaments as favors for the guests.
Another wonderful DIY and personal touch.

It was honestly an honor being a part of Nicole and Owen’s wedding.
Congratulations to you both!

To see more beautiful images from the wedding,
please click here to visit The Wiebners blog post.

Vendors:
Photography – The Wiebners
Day of Coordination, Jonnaysa Kirkham – Planned Perfection
Ceremony/Reception Venue – Cork Factory Hotel
Dessert table –  Couture Cakery
DJ – DJ Freez
 Florals – Wildflowers by Design

All photos ©2012 TheWiebners.com

Nicole’s Wintery Baby Shower Sweets Table

Nicole is having a baby! A winter theme was perfect for today, especially with the snow 🙂 Navy, light blue, silver and a little sparkle.
 Blingy cake stands.


Snowflake shaped yogurt covered pretzels, silver sixlets, white whirley pops and non pareils
were just a few of the treats.
 
Chocolate cupcake and red velvet cupcakes were decorated with edible snowflakes.

White chocolate dipped pretzel sticks.
 
Cookies and cream Hershey kisses incorporated the light blue just for a baby boy.
Red velvet cake pops sprinkled with shimmery sprinkles.

Congratulations Nicole!! Thank you for thinking of me for all your special occasions 🙂






Pink & Zebra 40th Birthday Cake

This past Saturday I had the opportunity to create a fun 40th birthday cake. The celebration took place at the beautiful Hershey Lodge. It was fun working with the hubby who threw the party for his wife. I took the basics of he wanted and created this fun cake.
The cake flavor was chocolate cake with peanut butter buttercream filling.
What woman doesn’t like a little zebra!

A couple of tiers of a quilting pattern with silver dragees at the points.

I love making party cakes 🙂

Pretty in Pink 5th Birthday Cake

One of my favorite client’s Stacie, who owns Polished Hair Salon and Spa in Lemoyne, hosted a spa party for her niece and her friends this past Saturday. She requested a girly pink cake for the birthday girl whose middle name is Rose. The cake included cute ribbon roses in pink. The cake flavors were vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream filling and chocolate cake with chocolate ganache and vanilla buttercream fillings.