Pink, white and grey baby-themed cupcakes.
This is one of my favourite colour schemes, and for this baby shower I did
vanilla cupcakes with a fudge secret centre, and topped them with a pink and white two-tone
vanilla butter icing swirl, and little ready-made sugar paste decorations.
These red velvet and vanilla marble cupcakes were topped with brightly-coloured,
handmade, sugar paste cupcake toppers – sugar paste domes with decorations,
completely covering the butter icing – little
teapots, toadstools, pocket watches, hearts, and top hats.
I also made several separate sugar pieces and cupcakes for this
Alice in Wonderland bridal shower – Mad Hatter top hats, a slightly crazy-looking mouse
that was to sit in a teacup, white rabbits in waistcoats diving down rabbit holes,
and Alice’s legs in the air with her petticoats billowing!
The cupcakes were Oreo (an Oreo in the bottom of a chocolate cupcake with
dark chocolate covered butter icing), and refreshingly lemony G&T cupcakes!
I can’t believe I never posted these on my blog, and I was so pleased with how they turned out!
The vanilla cupcakes in gold paper cups are topped with white vanilla butter icing, brightly coloured sprinkles, pearls, and flowers, and little gold unicorn horns and ears.
In fact, I was so pleased with the brightly coloured ones, that I did a pastel one too,
just so I could take a picture of it!
How cool is this!?
Six cupcakes, on a board, with a teddy bear in the middle!
This one was made for a young man who wanted to ask his girlfriend if she would accompany him to their matric dance later this year, and she likes the colour blue.
She loved it!
You could order this special little “six pack” for just about any occasion – proposals, birthdays, congratulations, graduations – you name it! I just customise the bear and the colour scheme for each theme!
This concept is not my own, but the cake artist overseas who came up with it has said I may use her idea!