Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Baked Goodness!!

I'm super late and behind on sharing photos from my most recent orders... but better late than never, right?

I have been super blessed and busy lately with all the orders I've been getting... and I'm loving every single minute of it! Baking is basically a part of who I am, and it is the greatest gift God has ever given me. I love every second of the process, the sleepless nights, the messy kitchen (actually I love when the messy kitchen is clean)... every moment spent baking and creating delicious desserts for people to enjoy, makes my heart happy. I am sooo incredibly blessed I get to do what I love for a living - it's ahhhmazing!!! Anyways, the next few photos are from just a few orders from March and April.

Enjoy!


The first order I did (March 26th) was for a concert/event at my church: Friday Night Fusion. Two of my lovely friends, Amber and Ashley, asked me if I would like to be part of the setup... I excitedly said "yes!".
They ordered 250 various desserts. So I went with cake pops (of course!), pie pops (which are just as yummy & cute), mini cheesecakes, mini key lime pies, and rice krispies (chocolate & regular). My table set-up was super cute and simple - just my style - with a black table cloth, little lamp and a little framed chalkboard with my biz name on it.
Also, little side note, Amber and Ashley are seriously amazing!! They are sooo sweet and super talented. They formed Typologie & Co together, making some gorgeous invites... and they're also amazing decorators!
The whole setup for Friday Night Fusion was a chalkboard theme... can I just say, it was the cutest setup ever! I'm pretty much in love with chalk/chalkboard themes now. So... I'm going to stop writing and start showing some photos of my desserts from that night.

Cake Pops!
Flavors: Red Velvet, Chocolate Espresso [cake] w/ peanut butter cream cheese frosting, and Vanilla dipped in White and Dark Chocolate
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Pie Pops w/ home-made strawberry filling!
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Chocolate Rice Krispies dipped in Dark Chocolate!
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Regular Rice Krispies dipped in White Chocolate!
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Mini Cheesecakes w/ Fresh Raspberries!
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Here is my table before the event started...
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And here it is with the little lamp on during the event...
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Next order I did was for my best friend's bridal shower in April... Since the shower's theme was purple - I mean literally everthing was purple, we had to wear purple and all the food was dyed purple... it was fun and cute - so I kept to the theme and dipped or drizzled my pops in purple. I think they turned quite cute!

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And last, but not least, I did an order for a loyal customer of mine - she wanted cake pops with pretty color stripes for Easter.
I'm starting to edge into a colorful phase... so this order was a nice "getting my toes wet" in the color scheme. I'm hoping to start experimenting with more fun, bright colors in the future!

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Hope you enjoyed all the photos!

Monday, March 7, 2011

Cake Pops!

I've been pretty blessed with quite a few cake pop orders lately, & I wanted to put up some photos real quick. Mind you, the pictures were taken (when I rememebered) w/ my iPhone's Instagram & Hipstamatic apps... so the pics are artsy looking. So, enjoy!

500 cake lollipops I made for my work's Christmas banquet.
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Just made a few of these for my co-workers... for fun & b/c I love them :)
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Pink & Green cake pops - 1 order was for a friend's baby shower & the 2nd order was from a lady who was at my friend's baby shower & she ended up ordering the same kind of cake pops for her daughter's 21st birthday party.
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Jen's Baby Shower
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Emily's 21st
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Valentine's Cake Pops!
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Lastly, it's not a cake lollipop... but it's a wedding cake I did for one of my bf's in October. I was also a bridesmaid in the wedding, so making this cake whilst helping w/ other diy projects & planning/attending bridal shower & bachlorette party made it quite the challenge... but I am so happy I was able to make it for my sweet friends.
It's a red velvet cake w/ cream cheese frosting - rustic style frosting job & minimalistic decorations... simple, sweet & delicious!
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