Here’s an assortment of sports ball cakepops we made for a birthday party this past weekend. Baseballs (with the SF Giants logo, of course!), basketballs, soccer balls and footballs. Aren’t they fun?!
We made these peach, white and black pops for the Spring Bridal Soiree at Beauty Company last night. Black swirls on white pops, fine cross drizzle on peach pops, white loops on blush pops, and these gradient pops we’re calling ‘music box’ because it reminds us of the paper that music boxes read to play their songs! The design was inspired by a beautiful cake from Nine Cakes, as seen on the heysusy blog.
Here are some more photos from the Sugar & Champagne event last month, taken by the lovely Robyn and Maria at Verité Boutique Photographers! Aren’t they just gorgeous?! To see more photos, click over to the Verité blog for the full post. Also be sure to check out the awesome video Matt & Eugene at Marmalade Sky Films put together:
YAY! We can’t be more excited about this special feature of our very own wedding over on the fabulous Style Me Pretty Little Black Black Blog! Check it OUT!
And of course some bonus shots of the cake pops.
Ok, can’t resist …maybe just one or two photos of the dress and other wedding details…..
We also had an amazing husband and wife videography team. It was such a nice idea to create a lasting memento of our wedding- we love watching and relieving every moment. And the Rising Moon video team were just phenomenal to work with.
And then they lived happily ever …The End.
Photography: Michele Beckwith/ Videography: Rising Moon Video/ Coordinator: Cristina Perry Events.
We were recently asked to participate in two special events with Eventbrite. The first was Eventbrite’s 5th Birthday!
To celebrate their birthday, they chose to set-up the event like a 5th Birthday, with fun old school games and treats. They had a photo booth, a whirly paint machine, and even a make your own cotton candy station….and of course cake pops! To go along with the theme we did several designs – a “5” for their 5th birthday and “Eventbrite” all in their company color scheme.
The second event was held at The Summit in the Mission district. It was a fashion event where featuring local designers and the ticket sale benefited the San Francisco chapter of Dress for Success. Here’s the link: projectsanfrancisco.eventbrite.com.
To fit with the fashion theme, we made special purses (complete with handles) with an “E” logo in the corner for Eventbrite. They turned out really awesome!
I am so excited to show off some of the incredible pictures from a recent wedding event, Sugar and Champagne. When Kristen from Sugar Rush Events came to me with this idea for a wedding showcase that was inspired by some of the more vintage and rustic wedding styles that we have seen- I was hooked! Kristen did such an amazing job bringing together all the most incredible up and coming wedding vendors. It was such a pleasure to meet everyone!
Kristen collaborated with Sweet Lauren Cakes as well as some of the other vendors to come up with this awesome dessert display (featured below). She worked with us even down to the last minute, adding some final tweaks to make the display just perfect.
The event itself took place in the super cute studio space owned by Maria and Robyn of Verité Boutique Photographers. You should stop by for a visit! I really look forward to seeing their official images from the event. As you can tell from some of the images in the background, they have such an eye for capturing those perfect moments.
We developed some new lovely designs for this event including a tone on tone (cream + white) cake pop with beading to give it sort of an Anthropologie feel, like the beading from a dress. We hope these cakepops remind you of something vintage, handmade with love and just gorgeous!
We were also inspired by the headbands from the new wedding line over at Anthropologie, BHLDN (pronounced “Beholden”). I just love the floral beaded headbands with lots of layers and details. I particularly like the headband with an accent flower that sits just on the side of your head. So we decided to do the same with the grey pops, adding a little bit of lustre to make them shine!
This event was so much fun! We are looking forward to doing it again soon!