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White Rose Ruffles Wedding Cake

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Lovely White Wedding Cake for {Elysia and Matt}

Okay maybe I have too much fun with the chalk board in my cake studio but I photograph most of my cakes on that wall because it has the best light to capture the cakes with windows in front and to the side of it. I recently been getting a lot of good feedback on...

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Amsale inspired Wedding Cake

I think one of the biggest misconception with making a haute couture cake, is that you need to replicate is right down the shape. Personally I love the shape of cake and it’s stacked cake forms and rather design dressing the structure of a wedding cake. I’m not really big on the doing the obvious...

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Sweet Peak: Inspired by Monique Lhuillier

This cake is going into the vault for now but I’ll share a close up peak of Souzan’s wedding cake inspired by the rosettes on her gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown. Tons of edible bling bling was added to this towering wedding cake.

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Sandra + Carlo Featured on Wedluxe

Check out the Wedluxe Editor’s blog for Sandra and Carlo’s beautiful wedding (and cake). I LOVED working and planning Sandra’s Rivini gown inspired winter wedding cake. She was such a doll and bride’s like that are the reason why I love what I do. I still remember the cake consult going on for hours because...

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William and Kate’s Royal Wedding Inspiration Shoot

Back in January I had the privilege to work on a style shoot with an amazing team. I was asked by the talented Azar of Principal Planner Weddings & Events to help her create her vision of what she would do for the William and Kate’s royal wedding. This was an incredibly fun shoot with some amazing...

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Couture Cakes Class – Bonnie Gordon School of Cake Design

      It’s been a year of a few new ventures. One of which is I’ve began teaching my own classes at the prestigious Bonnie Gordon School of Cake Design. I’m a big fan of the school, mainly because Bonnie Gordon was the first and most influential person I’ve learned from in the early stages of my...

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