Posts Tagged ‘wedding cake’
Just because the air is cool and the daylight is less, it’s always wedding season in Michigan. The designs can be more unique based on current trends or whatever the bride and groom want. Mixing colors with flowers provides many different ideas for each cake. Here are a few examples.
The next bride chose a dramatic contrast between the base icing and the flowers. The results were fabulous!
Your wedding cake is as unique as you are. Let your imagination run wild and let us design something very special for your wedding day. Party Cakes, Inc.–Simple But Elegant every time.
The title may say “fall” yet these wedding cakes could be for any season. Many photos to browse here and most need no explanation. The “groom’s cake” is multi-themed and is very unique!
Most of these cakes were created during the month of September, 2010.
Summer themed cakes can be exciting, fun and creative if you chose the right decorator. Party Cakes in Berkley specializes in custom-designed cakes for your wedding, or any themed event. Browse the following ideas that were brought to life by Valerie Jackett, owner of Party Cakes.
From anchors to palm trees, the brides want it all and with their own personal touches. Sometimes I even get a say in the design!
Elegance was the final word for this next design with 100′s of tiny fondant flowers all over the three tiers. Here is a close-up view:
Of course this would look entirely different if I would have based iced the cake in a pastel color OR the flowers were created in a BOLD color. Maybe in the fall….
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.
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.
You can vote with each email address you have. Also, you can forward this blog link to all your friends on Facebook or Twitter and ask them to vote for us as well.
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Weddings can happen any weekend of the year and a holiday weekend is no exception. Here are the three wedding cakes that I created on Sunday, May 30, 2010 for three very special couples. Each cake was different and created to their specifications–as always.
The first delivery went to Troy, MI and I arrived before the florist so the cake is “naked” it’s topper and extra floral decorations. Each tier had a different design but all worked well together.
The second delivery took me out to Shelby, MI to Cherry Creek Country Club. The bride decided at the last minute (5 days before the wedding!) that she did not like the “display” cake the venue was going to provide for her wedding. That’s when the mother of the bride called Party Cakes. We arranged to create a four tiered wedding cake display and the decorations included crystals, pearls, and gold leaf vines, all of which had to cascade down the front of the cake.
There was no topper so I had to create something that would use the decorations that were given to me. Oh yes, the cake had to “shimmer” so I applied many layers of pearl dust with the airbrush machine. The next photos show the detail of the decorations on two tiers. If you look closely, you will see the “shimmer” affect created by the airbrush machine. It looks “wet.”
The final wedding cake delivery went to Southfield at the Silver Gardens. The theme of this wedding was “zebra” print, which was quite appropriate since the couple were married at the Zoo. For decorating purposes, this cake took the most amount of time to create. Each stripe is cut from black fondant icing and then pieced onto each tier of the cake. There is NO pattern to follow and everything is done freehand. Note: I am not responsible for the selection of the cake topper. That was solely the responsibility of the wedding couple.
Beginning at 8:45am on Sunday morning, all three deliveries were completed by 1pm.
Why should tiered cakes be only reserved for weddings? Not at Party Cakes! We can create tiered cakes for any occasion including a child’s birthday. Adeline was very happy to see her butterflies on her cake and mom was glad that everything matched: the cake, the table decorations, the room decorations and even the cupcakes that she gave away to her guests, each with a matching pink or green sugar butterfly.
If you want to design a special birthday cake for someone, call us at 248-541-CAKE (2253) and one of our specialists will be happy to help you. Please allow two weeks for detailed designs.
This design is made entirely of cupcakes! Everyone had their own serving and mom didn’t have to bring a knife to the party at the roller rink. The “pull apart cupcake cake” can be shaped into just about anything. It’s great for boys or girls. Check out the next photo!
Any design. Any shape. We can do that! Call us at 248-541-2253 to discuss your next party.
There is nothing like springtime to open your eyes to the possibilities of creative cakes for weddings. From fresh flowers to hand-drawn designs, the designs are endless. This spring, my brides have brought some great ideas for me to transform into their wedding cakes.
This spring selection was inspired by a photo from the internet. White buttercream base icing was etched with pink flowers to look like appliques on the cake. A grey ribbon was added to the base of each cake. The bottom tier is composed of three 10″ layers while the top tier is the standard double layer. Very unique and quite striking.
This latest design is inspired by springtime in Michigan and was created to showcase several different ideas. The butterflies are a combination of silk and gum paste, which can be airbrushed to any color. The hand-detail and ribbon compliment the elegance of this cake. Use this design for a bridal shower, baby shower, a small wedding cake or even a birthday cake.
This design is actually a small wedding cake that was modified to fit the birthday celebration for Rubin. He was very pleased considering that he could eat his numbers on the cake because they were created from white chocolate.
When customers think outside the box for their cake designs, Party Cakes can accommodate their requests. We look forward to serving your next event.
Thank you for viewing another unique Michigan wedding cake created by Party Cakes, Inc. The bride had a vision and I helped make her dream come true.
This classic black and white design on the bottom tier was created with fondant strips and some were airbrushed silver. The hand detail in the next tier was accented with silver dragees and finally, the rose was hand drawn with one green fondant leaf added as an accent. Topping this design was just a single monogram letter.
Any design is possible at Party Cakes, Inc. Please call us for more information.
Every bride has a vision of how her wedding cake should look. Sometimes it is large and sometimes it is small. Here at Party Cakes, we help the bride achieve her goal without hurting the bank account too much. That is to say that we are budget minded.
This pink vision was the center of attention for a bridal shower but could have easily been modified to a larger size for a two or three tiered wedding cake.