Monday, November 30, 2009
These were created to match the plates and napkins for a little girl's birthday party. They were to be displayed on one of my cupcake towers. My client did the pick up and set up, so I am looking forward to receiving pictures from her of the tower all finished. Patty did the top cake and I would love to see how it all came together. The cupcakes are chocolate chip with chocolate fudge and white chocolate with vanilla buttercream.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
My client asked me to create cupcakes for her daughter Lila's birthday party. The girls were doing a scavenger hunt at a shopping mall. The invitations were pink with brown zebra stripes. I thought about shopping bags with the zebra stripes. The cupcakes were all individually boxed so the girl's can take them as favors. I love the way the individual box looks all wrapped up; so cute! Please excuse the awful pictures, but I forgot my camera and used my phone. I'm hoping my client took some pictures and will share so that I can put them on the blog. These were really fun to do.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
These were created for the freshman volleyball team for Naperville Central High School. My client's daughter is on the team and she was having a party at her house for all the girls. These are going to be handed out to the girls and I made smaller volleyballs with NCHS on them to give to the parents as dessert.
I created these cupcake towers for a baby shower at McDonald's corporate office. My in there was my friend Laurie, whose husband works there. She suggested me for desserts when her husband's assistant was planning this shower. Thanks, Laurie :)!! I made two separate towers both with the blue/pink theme. The tower with the pink baby bottles is red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese frosting. The tower with the teddy bears and bottles is yellow cupcakes with chocolate fudge and chocolate cupcakes with vanilla buttercream. Sorry for the blurry pictures :(
Sunday, November 8, 2009
These were created for my client's daughter, Carly's, 1st birthday. She was having her party at a paint your own pottery place. I was asked to do yellow cupcakes with vanilla buttercream and decorate them with pink and purple daisies. The cookies will serve as the party favors; they were made to match the colors of the cupcake decorations.
These were created for a client whose daughter was celebrating her 2nd birthday with an Elmo themed party. We decided to do stars in Elmo's colors. Cupcake flavor is red velvet with cream cheese frosting. I did red velvet cupcakes for my client's daughter's 1st birthday; she wants to order red velvet every year as a tradition. I love that :)