Exquisite. Love how the gold and peach colors work so nicely together in this design. Each accent plays an important role in creating unique and beautiful cakes that represent the feel and style that each is trying to achieve. Thank you to Armor & Martel for this beautiful image!
This was a pretty interesting cake to design. This lighthouse cake was designed to replicate the lighthouse that is called Castle Hill Lighthouse. It is located at Castle Hill Inn; which is located in Newport, RI. Notice how similar it is to the actual lighthouse that is shown.
This was such a lovely and delicate cake that was so well fitted for the Providence Public Library. The flowers added such softness to this cake. We received such a sweet thank you from the Mom; who was so wonderful to work with! We also made French Macarons to compliment the reception details. The flavors were out of this world!
Photographed by Main Event Weddings/Michelle Carpenter.
I remember this cake very well. It was probably one of the most symbolic and unique wedding cakes that we have made. It was customized by the bride, who was an architect. It barely fit in the fridge. I also remember how long it took to place the chocolate cigarettes on!!! Notice the running sneakers; that is how the couple met...running. This cake represents the trail that they ran on.
Who is not completely obsessed with ombre and ruffles, loving the trend. This cake is featured at the Regatta Place in Newport, RI. A smaller cake was displayed at the reception site. Additional cake was made to serve to the entire guest count. A great option for an outdoor wedding reception.
This is an ombre wedding cake that was featured at the Newport Yachting Center. The colors add a slight nautical touch to the cake without it being over done. The topper adds a nice color contrast to the finished look.