Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Cakes

Since my birthday cake was so well recieved last week, I decided to post some pictures of cakes I've made in the past... Unfortunetly I can't post pictures of ALL of them, because many photos were taken before I had a digi cam! Anyway, here they are:
This one was made for a huge birthday party last year:


This one is my wedding cake:


Which I made to look like my dress:


This a another wedding cake, I really struggled with this one but it turned out ok:


The next three are pictures of cakes I made in the cake decorating class I took:




These are gum paste flowers-made from entirely edible products, but look just like real flowers:

7 comments:

D said...

Wow, you have quite a talent for cake making. I can't bake to save my life. I love that your wedding cake matches your wedding dress!

Bonnie Loves Cats =^..^= said...

Sarah,
All of your cakes are so beautiful. Do you enjoy baking? I hope so, because then you can be happy, since it is so nice to have a job doing what you like to do.
I agree with D, your wedding dress and cake match perfectly.
Bonnie in Virginia

Sara said...

Oh my God Sarah - you are amazing! You have some real talent.

Lisa said...

Oh, I love your wedding cake too (I was just looking at your latest post, with the cake decorated like a big gift box). It does look like your dress! That's fabulous.

sher said...

Wow!! I've seen the cake experts on Food Network talk about different techniques that are very hard to do--and I recognize a lot of them in your work. They look so good. You're very talented.

Kate said...

those techniques ARE hard, i did all of them in my own decorating classes in culinary school. Wonderful work, Sarah, just beautiful

SweetSarahJ said...

Thanks everyone for the nice comments! I really love cake decorating, I hope when I finally get my visa, I will be able to get a job in a bakery. I really love the old-fashioned high-detailed cakes like the yellow one. It has what is called "stringwork"- it is my favprtie technique! For some reason I love the intricate delicate work- it is calming for me.