Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Stephen and Michael's Bulle Rock Wedding

So I have been meaning to share some more weddings on the blog this year but have been pretty busy around here. I wanted to share Stephen and Michael's wedding with you from this past June because their wedding was spectacular. Stephen is a local vendor friend who runs Simply Grand Events and does floral and event design so you know his wedding was going to be amazing! He did not disappoint with decor and flowers. The reception set-up was spectacular and I was glad to be apart of his event. All photos are courtesy of John Zito Photography.
Stephen and Michael held their reception at Bulle Rock Residence Club in Harve de Grace, Maryland. If you have never been there the space is wonderful and perfectly suited for an upscale wedding.
Isn't the head table set-up amazing!
Look at all the wonderful floral displays Steve set-up for his own wedding.
 I love the choice of table clothes!
Steve and Mike chose to do a full dessert table with a cake as the centerpiece. The desserts included blueberry dessert shooters, mini cheesecakes with fresh raspberries, coconut cake pops, and vanilla meringue cookies. For the cake we designed a five tier cake with light blue stenciling on two tiers. We decided to make the middle tier light blue to match the stencil for a pop of color. I also made whimsical flowers with silver buttons centers. I love the way the cake turned out and I think it fit in the space perfectly.    
 Close-up of their monogram that they used throughout the wedding.
 Time to cut the cake!


Looks like everyone had an amazing time!
Some more shots of the dessert table set-up.

Thanks to John Zito Photography for letting me share all these wonderful photos, and special thanks to Steve and Mike for letting me be a part of your special day.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Gender Reveal Party

If you follow me on Facebook then you know a couple of weeks back I posted a gender reveal cake that I made for a special couple. This cake was special for me because one it was the baby gender reveal for my good friends Marty and Janice and because it was my first gender reveal cake. I was given free reign for the cake so I decided to make a two tier. One tier to represent a little man and one tier to represent a little lady. I can't decide which tier I like more! I think both turned out pretty cute! I of course attended this party and had to try to keep my big mouth shut until they cut the cake.


Everyone voted boy or girl. Clearly boy won the vote.

Time to find out finally!


It's a girl!!

Congratulations Marty and Janice! I can't wait to meet your little one and of course design cakes for all her birthdays to come!