Sunday, May 29, 2011

Baby Girl Cake Pops




I made baby girl cake pops for my amazing hairdresser, Laura's baby shower. This was a little challenge for me. My first try at baby cake pops. Mixed white chocolate with a little milk chocolate to get the flesh colour look. I used the small heart candies for the bows, pink pearl edible nose and a candy necklace for the pacifier. I also added in a few cake pops dipped in milk chocolate and added a few edible pearls and a sugar flower, just to break it up a little. Fifty babies!!! But I'm very pleased with the turn out. They actually were used as a take home favor. They might be to cute to eat though!

Green & Brown Cake Pops for Communion

Another communion for a boy. His mom wanted me to incorporate the lime green and brown colours and this is what we got. I love the look together! They weren't actually done as an arrangement but used for seating plan. Another great idea for a cake pop!

Friday, May 20, 2011

Blue & Brown Cake Pops for Communion





Another communion complete! Worked with the brown and blue for Alexander's communion! One arrangement for the head table with uncovered cake pops. The other arrangement for the guests, wrapped and ready to go home with them!

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Flower & Butterfly Cake Pops in a Pot for Communion




My beautiful niece had her communion this weekend and she looked gorgeous! Here is a picture of Ashley with an arrangement of butterfly and flower cake pops. Each shaped out with cookie cutters and dipped in milk chocolate. Added confetti candy, smarties and jellybeans were used to detail each butterfly and flower.


Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Great with coffee, espresso or tea!


I decided to play with my white and milk chocolate together as a marbleized my cake pops!

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Pink & White Cake Pops for Communion




Here is a picture of an arrangement that I made for my girlfriend's daughters communion. She had already ordered a cake so I thought a cute little basket of 24 cake pops, to share with her friends would be nice. You can see Natalie in the picture walking around with her basket.
Half of the cake pops were dipped in white chocolate, swirled with pink chocolate and added candy butterflies. The other half were dipped in pink chocolate and I added different coloured fondant butterflies. Natalie looked so pretty that day!