In my last post, I made a blue bird cake pop for a trial run for a wedding and am so happy with the final results! The wedding was at The Four Season for a beautiful bride named Angie and a handsome groom named Vic. Their wedding reception was beautiful and inspired by Tiffany blue. They had ordered blue bird cake pops (matched perfectly!), but I wanted to do something special for them so I made a bride & groom blue bird cake pop and it turned out super cute!
Take a look at our set up, isn’t the cake pop stand beautiful? I absolutely love it! and you can change the ribbon to any color you want. The cake stand holds approx 145 cake pops. I’m so lucky to have found this and now when you order you can rent this for any event!
This week I made some trial cake pops, I have a wedding order for blue bird cake pops and wanted to see how they would turn out. The blue bird cake pops turned out pretty well and the bride to be is super happy! I can’t wait to make them and see all the blue birds together.
I had leftover dough and wanted to make cake pops I’ve never made before and was inspired by Bakerella‘s Lorax she made from Dr. Suess. I don’t know how Bakerella does it, but her work is A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!! She must be super patient to make all these unique beautiful cake pops! I followed her method and dipped all the remaning balls in orange chocolate and then made the mustache and furry eyebrows. I think it turned out pretty cute! but I found the eyes to be super hard to make as I had to cut each sprinkle. I ended up making a few and then didn’t want to make any more as it was getting very late (I’m a night owl), so I ended making monsters (they were easier!) out of the remaining cake pops. My monster looks so much like Mike from Monsters Inc! that may be my next project
A couple of weeks ago I was asked to make bunny cupcakes for a birthday party. The birthday boy was turning 100 days old. In Chinese tradition, when a baby turns 100 days old, it’s time for a celebration. This celebration represents the wish that the baby will live 100 years (if i’m wrong, I’m sorry!). To celebrate, family and friends come together over a meal.
I was asked to make bunny cupcakes because the birthday boy’s chinese zodiac is a rabbit. I was racking my brain as to how I was going to make these bunnies, but after a few bad attempts, I was able to find the perfect way! YAY!!
These cupcakes would be perfect for Easter too!!! I can’t wait to make more!
How was your Valentine’s Day? What did you do? Who did you spend it with?
Valentine’s Day does not always have to be spent with your boyfriend or girlfriend but with any loved one. It’s just a special day to let the ones you love know that you care about them. I spent my Valentine’s Day spreading the love and spending some time with R.
What better way to say Happy ♥ Day then to give them something sweet to eat! I had a few orders for Valentine’s; I baked about 4 dozen Hidden Heart Cupcakes and 1 Cupcake Bouquet. I hope all the kids at school, the coworkers, and my friends enjoyed the Hidden Heart Cupcakes! The Cupcake Bouquet was for a special wife! With the leftover, I made some cake pops.
Check out this cute card I got, inside says ‘iguana love you forever’
I hope everyone had a great Valentine’s whether you did something elaborate or just hung out with a loved one ♥
What a busy couple of months, I finally have time to sit down, blog and bake! I can’t wait to show you the Valentine’s Cupcake I made this weekend! I love making unique cupcakes and cake pops and every time there is a holiday I’m always thinking of what holiday themed goodies I can make. These cupcakes remind me of filled cupcakes because there’s always a surprise inside! Sorry to say, no fillings in this cupcake, but rather something else special.
Cut open the cupcake (the right way) and you’ll find a hidden heart!!! This is so cute and a bit time consuming..haha, but the results are worth it, just like your significant other
If you are interested in order, send an email and we’ll quote you on a price. Also, don’t forget about our Valentine’s Cake Pops; great for your friends, families, and that special someone.
I also wanted to show you what we have been up to in December, check out the photos below.
We were asked to participate in a Pop Up Store at Blenz in Vancouver and we couldn’t say no! I just love how the snowman turned out, he is absolutely adorable!
Also, I did some personal baking for family and friends. I gave out Homemade Cookie Jars. Homemade Cookie Jars are inexpensive and easy. All you need is a jar (found mine at Homesense), dry ingredients, instructions, and voila! I ended up tying a ribbon around the jar and printed my instructions and clipped it on with a clothes pin; simple and fast!