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!!


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!!