Archive for July, 2010
Every bride is unique and their wedding cake is no exception. Here are some of the unique wedding cake designs that Party Cakes created this past month. This first photo is from a cake that was delivered to the 71st floor of the Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit.
The next two photos are similar but different. With the change of a ribbon and no flowers on the cake, the look is totally unique.
This groom designed his cake without any input from his bride. And it was beautiful with every detail.
This final wedding cake design started with an email from a groom writing from New York. The cake design was completed in the spring and delivered on June 25, 2010.
These photos represent some of the wedding cakes that were created by Party Cakes in June. I have posted just a few of the more memorable ones. For more information, please call us at 248-541-CAKE (2253) to schedule your personal consultation for your wedding cake design.
Some customers want to create a cake for themselves. Others, it’s for their kids. But this customer created this cake for his dad! Thank you Paul for being such a great customer and allowing us to create your dad’s car in cake form. We appreciate your continued support and look forward to the next celebration. Can’t wait to see what you have in mind next!
Stacked four layers high and constructed like a wedding cake with dowels and support boards, this popcorn box will serve 30-40 hungry children easily. Yes, that’s real popcorn overflowing from the top! Party Cakes likes to use real food items whenever possible.
This cake can stand on it’s own–literally! The wheels are oreos covered with fondant icing but everything else is sculpted butter cream. You CAN eat every bit of this car!
In May, 2010, Party Cakes was asked to create a very special display cake for Forgotten Harvest, a Michigan charity specializing in distribution of free food throughout the Detroit area. The event was a birthday party for Forgotten Harvest. “Harvey” was their first delivery vehicle and the working photo is a cartoon-type van with eyes for headlights and the grill work is his smile. With such a great image to work with, it was a labor of love to create Harvey. Using four quarter sheet cakes, Harvey was carved down to the van’s shape. His wheels were Oreo cookies covered with black fondant. All the detail work was done with fondant icing including covering the board with “grass”, the road and the flowers along the way. Harvey could feed 100 people but they never cut into him at the party. Nobody wanted to because he was just too cute!
When a customer wants a unique design, it the job of the decorator to bring it to life. And when the customer brings a photo that “suggests” the type of design they would like, it is more of a challenge. Here at Party Cakes, we strive to hit the mark every time a customer challenges us. Here are a few examples of the “WOW” cakes our customers have asked us to create over the past few weeks. If you would like a personal consultation and want the “WOW” factor for your next event, please contact Party Cakes at 248-541-2253 and make an appointment with one of our design experts.
Once again, Party Cakes has been nominated in the category of BEST WEDDING CAKES in WDIV’s Summer Contest “Vote 4 The Best” in metro Detroit.
Here is the link you’ll need to get started to vote for Party Cakes in the Wedding category under CAKES.
Once you reach this page, select “Sign up” or “Log in”. It’s easy, simple and no spam will attack you.
REMEMBER: Select the WEDDING category, and then select CAKES.
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