Juliana's first birthday was full of amazing spring flowers, fresh grass and of course fun desserts to go with it! I created a dessert table with a four layer pink ombre cake, tulip and flower head cookie pops, floral cake pops and "grass" cupcakes. I love how bright and full of life this theme is for a little girl!
Happy Birthday Juliana!
I really enjoyed creating this dessert table for Alexys on her first birthday! Little ballerina is the sweetest theme for any little girl. Below you can see the steps I took to create my first gumpaste ballet shoe topper. This was my favorite part!! I used bows, slippers, gold pearls and metallic details to accent all of the sweets!
Happy Birthday Alexys!
Loving this collection of too-cute-to-eat dessert table treats! This bridal shower was all about vintage flair- arrows, roses and brushed golden accents. These are the oreos, pretzels and cake pops for all of the guests to grab!
Let the holiday festivities begin! Cara ordered these chocolate fudge cake pops all wrapped up to hand out to her coworkers as they leave for holiday vacation! I created these custom cake pop tags with the name of her company and a little holiday greeting on each. Nothing better than going home with a little something sweet!!
Vianca's family is welcoming her into the world with some special sweets on her baby shower day! I love this collection of sweet, dainty cookies and pops for Vianca. I especially love the family cookie with mom, dad and babys' name. These truffle pops are coated in chocolate and metallic gold to pull the collection together.
Kylie is turning ONE this year and her birthday is all about being a little princess! I made some shimmer cake pops with crowns and "glittered up" some cookies for Kylie's big day
Happy First Birthday Kylie!
Tessy and Jon celebrated their adorable little girls birthday in pink and gold everything! Nothing screams baby girl like blush pink with touches of gold and metallic glitter. I made some chocolate covered oreos with star details and twinkling pink truffle pops with gold bows on top!
Happy 1st Birthday Isabel!!
My soon to be sister-in-law is having a baby! We showered her and her husband with love to welcome their baby boy Kaiden. For their "Little Man" shower, everything was about bow ties, mustaches and BLUE!
I created a dessert table for Kaiden featuring a two tier cake, mustache cake pops, "K" chocolate covered Oreos, cupcakes with personalized toppers, chocolate covered pretzels, and of course, cookies of onesies, mustaches and plaques.
We are so excited to meet baby Kaiden!
Congratulations Christina and Ron!
Gale is throwing her daughter the sweetest bridal shower- featuring everything on the sand. The colors used for this shower are coral, turquoise, white and touches of gold. I made shell cookie favors with some cute little seahorses in the color scheme. I also made some chocolate covered cake pops, pretzels and Oreos for the day. I absolutely love how delicate and beautiful the Oreos came out! One of my favorites!
Seriously...what is cuter than an ice cream cone that is made out of cake?? Nothing!! The perfect favor to end a fantastic party. Aside from the mini cones being RIDICULOUSLY hard to find, these pops were a fast and easy way to color up the desert table and make a sweet statement!
Happy Birthday Liam!
Iris & Berlais are getting married and they had to have something sweet for their celebration! They decided to have a beautiful outdoor ceremony and some fun dinner and dancing to follow. At the restaurant there was a nice table set up to feature the tiered cake and cupcakes and the fuschia candy bar - awesome credit to my future sistaass Christina and Bianca ;-) Fuschia brought a beautiful pop of color to the restaurant and to all of the desserts.
Pro: Sweets were perfect for grab and go! We even had adorable little heart boxes to pack up your cupcake for the ride home!
Con: I stuffed my face with scoops of jellybeans all night while no one was looking. Thanks candy bar.
The wedding turned out to be beautiful for two of my favorite people.
Best wishes for Iris & Berlais!
How fun are these???
Having a party theme with Legos is ALREADY fun...but when you can eat your own Legos, that is when the party becomes sweet! My customer was having a birthday for her adorable son and she asked for cake pops in the shape of Legos. Since Legos are a very simple and iconic block, it was important to focus on color and shape. I wasn't going to mess around with shape for this, so I was able to use a silicone mold to help shape the chocolate. The pops came out realistically cute!
Hi, I'm Jaclyn
I love bright colors, fun decorations, and anything sweet! This is a documentation of my journey through baking.