Thursday, June 30, 2011

Guitar zero

This guitar has been through alot... it's been strummed, waved in the air and smashed to pieces. As if that wasn't enough, it then got sliced up and served on a platter for dessert. Such is the life of a caked electric guitar!

Funky in a traditional way

White and gold is a popular colour scheme for weddings and I can see why! Even with a cake that is mostly white, just a few embellishments in gold can make all the difference. Here the slight twist on the traditional with funky whimsical hearts all over the middle layer makes it a little modern and edgy.

100% Corporate

This is one of my first corporate orders and true to form they had set guidelines to cake by. Moore Stephens wanted something to celebrate their century that represented the occasion as well as their corporate identity. As the logo had to be precisely reproduced, we had it printed on edible paper and then stuck onto the cake.

Big brother gabba

Ever felt like someone was watching? If you're a kid, you might recognise these Yo Gabba Gabba characters. If you're like me, you might just feel like you're in the Big Brother house! I love creative ways of presenting characters and although this is undoubtedly a normal round 3-layer cake, the characters (if you're a kid) are unmistakeable. It's all in the eyes...