every occasion is a
Cake Occasion

After nine years of making cakes, I have decided to wrap up this phase of my life. I am no longer taking new orders.

Thank you for your support over the last nine years. I have been able to participate in some of the most important events of your lives, and it has been remarkable. Making cakes has been a blessing for me and my family as well. Among other things, it allowed me to pay for my master's degree, which has brought me closer to other (non-cake-related) goals and dreams.

Much love to you all.

Contact us today for your consultation!

Contact us today for your consultation!

What to Expect at the Cake Tasting

A cake tasting is one of the most enjoyable experiences in planning for your wedding. You get to eat cake, which is much more fun than ordering invitations or picking out a tuxedo.

Even so, it is important to be prepared for your cake tasting. Following are a few things you can do to make the experience go smoothly and use the time productively.

Get the Look: Choosing Shape, Icing, Color, and Decor for Your Wedding Cake

When deciding what you want your wedding cake to look like, it's easy to get overwhelmed by all the options. Round or square? Fondant or icing? Fresh or artificial flowers? Or maybe no flowers at all?

I've compiled a list of the basic categories of options, broken down some of the choices afforded in those categories, and added lots of sample photos (all cakes are mine unless otherwise noted). Learn how the various elements of shape, icing, color, and decorations can be combined to achieve the effect you want.

Beautiful on a Budget: Get the Most for Your Money when Choosing a Wedding Cake

Do you know much the average U.S. wedding costs? You might want to sit down for this…

$31,213. Yes, somewhere in the range of what a Liberal Arts graduate can expect to make in a year. And that doesn't include the honeymoon.


Luckily for me, I got married years ago. Luckily for my clients, I work in Utah, where the average cost is the lowest in the nation – a mere $15,257. (And just for comparison, the most expensive place to get married is Manhattan, where the average is $76,328.)*

But even $15,000 is a huge chunk of change. That’s more than I have ever even paid for a car, for crying out loud! That’s college tuition for a year (or more)!

So it is no wonder that brides (and their parents) are looking for ways to reduce their costs while still maintaining the experience they have always wanted for their wedding day.

One area where it might be fairly simple to trim some of the cost is the wedding cake. Here are some tips that will help you get the most bang for your buck, and still have an amazing cake that can be a centerpiece of your event.

Save the Cake: How to Properly Freeze Your Wedding Cake so It's Still Delicious a Year Later

It’s one of those traditions that is supposed to bring luck: Save the top layer of your wedding cake and eat it on your first anniversary.
But if the idea of eating cake that’s been in the freezer for a whole year is just, well, yucky, don’t disregard the tradition just yet. You can save the cake, and enjoy it too.

It’s all in the preparation. In fact, it begins when you’re choosing your wedding cake flavor.