Monday, January 5, 2009

Sweet Streak

I've been slacking with the cake posts, and after many comments I'm ready to debut my most recent creations! I figured I might as well just put them all together in one big, sweet, buttercream-y post, so here goes!!

Made this for Jazz & George- her "Done with School" celebration.
Yellow cake with chocolate frosting, dots are made with fondant.

After seing George's cake, I got an order for a baby shower cake for a girl at George's work that same week. It came out cute... I think :)

For our Christmas celebration at the Bonafede's I decided to tackle
my first fondant covered cake. Wasn't so bad...
(The bow was a little flat, though)

I did this cake for my friend Riva's little girl, Lynnea's 1st birthday. By far, one of my favorite cakes I've ever made! This is totally what I would call my 'style' of cake!!
It was strawberry flavored cake filled with buttercream icing & covered in fondant.
I also made some cupcakes to go with the cake.
Riva, I hope you loved it as much as I did!

This was the little "smash" cake for Lynnea to grab her itty bitty fingers into!

And last, but definitely not least, Brooklynn's purse cake! I had a blast making this cake, and like I told Matt, I could probably be happy just making different purse cakes forever! Another 'Aly' cake for sure!! It was rainbow chip flavor filled with buttercream & covered in fondant.
I even found the edible glitter too! Brooklynn told me she loved it, made my day!


Next is Blake's 1st birthday this weekend. Monkey theme- we'll see what I come up with!!

6 comments:

mesut demir said...

very nice..!

Gena said...

Aly... Cannot wait to brainstorm for the wedding stuff! Loved all the cakes, but Rivas daughters cake is my fave (I might be a little biased because I am a December baby!)

Emily said...

You are amazing! I am jealous of your talent and good taste! :)

Lsbonafede said...

I always knew you had talent!! Keep up the good work. Like Gena, I can't wait to see what you create for their wedding.

cathy said...

Aly you are the tops.  I wonder how the fondant tastes?  Is it real sweet?  Looking forward to seeing more of your amazing talent and creations.  Hugs  LV Auntie

frankjil said...

Aly - great job on the cakes! You have progressed quite a ways since Christmas. Thanks for including us in the Christmas post. We had a great time visiting CA. Keep up the blog - we love it!!