Tuesday, May 25, 2010


As you know, our shop is closed on Mondays, however that doesn't mean that it is a day off. That is typically the day that we get the shopping done for the week, some prep work, cleaning and occasionally some paperwork. As I approach the shop on Monday morning, what am I greeted by but ROAD CLOSED signs!!!

Yep, the city is working on removing septic systems and connecting the local houses to the city system, so there are a lot of roads here on the south side that are being torn up to provide access to these systems. If you have been by the shop in recent weeks, you have noticed that the lot next door has become a staging area for the heavy equipment being used for this project.

What does this mean to you? Well, luckily it is still pretty easy to get to us. The best way to access us is to use SR 135 and turn west on Epler. Since we are just 1/16th of a mile west of the intersection, there is no actual construction in the way, however you will have to go around the ROAD CLOSED sign.

If you are coming east on Epler from SR37, you will need to turn south on Bluff Road, then make a left onto Edgewood. This will take you back to SR135 where you can head north to Epler and make another left.

If you are trying to get to us and get lost, please just give us a quick call at 840-1562 and we can steer you in the right direction. Luckily, all of the surrounding streets connect in a grid-like pattern, so it is pretty easy to get back to us if you get off track.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause anyone and we appreciate your patience while the city finishes this project.

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bridal Show!!

Next weekend we will be participating in the Bridal Show at the Fountains in Carmel! We will have displays, cake samples, information as well as Cake Bites! Here is a link to directions to the show:

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Fun Colors

This week we had the pleasure of making some very colorful cakes. Some were for baby showers, other birthdays. We also had a wedding cake with hot pink and black incorporated into the color scheme.

This cake was for a couple who are using a monkey theme to decorate the baby's room. What's cuter than a baby monkey hanging from a tree? A baby monkey you cake eat!
This colorful creation has 32 servings, which is the perfect size for a party! Best of all, the gerber daisies are edible.

This wedding cake featured hot pink and black piping. The reception was decorated with hot pink and black as well, so the cake fit right in!

Every princess needs a crown, and this princess got hers in the form of a white chocolate crown on top of her birthday cake. The crown and the slipper both shimmered in the light.

This little ladybug served double duty, both as the top tier the cake and as the smash cake for the birthday girl. The gingham ribbon was handpainted.
Be sure to stay posted as we delivered a Zombie themed wedding cake, however I'd like to get the pics from the photographer before I post.