Whew … where did the summer go?! I can’t believe fall is right around the corner, but I will definitely be welcoming it with open arms. Between the heat waves, power outages and ridiculous humidity, I can’t say that summer is my season of choice. Fall is definitely my favorite season of the year though: crisp autumn days, chilly nights, the brilliant colors of fall foliage, warm apple cider and Halloween!
And what better way to start off the fall than with showing off some of the latest Sweet Element press!
It’s always nice when your first cake in a publication is one of the biggestHere’s Sweet Element’s debut in Brides New Jersey.
Close up of the lavender and blue lace and blossom wedding cake.
Also featured in Brides New Jersey (as well as Brides New York & Brides Pennsylvania), was one of my favorite styles of wedding cakes, The Sequin Cake, that seems to be becoming a Sweet Element signature. These cakes are extremely time consuming & definitely labors of love, but the end result is always stunning (even more so in person than in print!). Close up of the metallic sequin wedding cake. As all my friends know, I *love* shiny things … so I was super excited when the editors at The Knot asked if I would make a silver cake for one of their color report pieces. I couldn’t have asked for a better shot of the cake … and I totally LOVE the shoe on the bottom of the page as well!
Here’s a close up of the silver cherry blossom wedding cake.
And last but not least, my first published groom’s cake! I don’t know why they didn’t choose the front shot of the AT-AT cake, but I’m still psyched that one of my sculpted cakes has finally garnered some attention from the press. The other nice thing about this cake, is that since it was a real cake created for a client a few years back, I was able to reach out to my client and let her know that her groom’s cake was in the press!
Close up view of the AT-AT cake from the rear.