Turquoise Silhouette Cake

Happy 2012! In keeping with the theme, every celebration deserves Dream Day Cakes®, we loved being a part of so many New Year’s celebrations throughout the Gainesville, Florida area. Who knew so many of you had birthdays and planned weddings over the New Year? =) =)

One of our favorite cakes from this weekend was this turquoise silhouette birthday cake.

Turquoise Silhouette Birthday Cake
Turquoise Silhouette Birthday Cake

This silhouette birthday cake created a touch of elegance for the celebration. Complete with edible strands of black pearls, turquoise fondant, an edible 2012, and a lovely silhouette, this cake screamed “eat me!”

Yeni Monroy working on silhouette cake
Yeni adding details to the silhouette cake
silhouette birthday cake
Detail of silhouette birthday cake

For this celebration, cake and color-matching mini-cupcakes helped ring in the New Year (and celebrate this birthday).

turquoise birthday cake
Birthday cake and mini-cupcakes
matching cupcakes
Color matching mini-cupcakes

This two-tiered birthday cake also needed to bring attention to the New Year. A large, edible 2012 helped accomplish this task.

Edible 2012
Edible New Year topper

Celebrating your birthday during a major holiday doesn’t mean you can’t take center stage. A custom decorated birthday cake can surely help make the difference.

Turquoise Silhouette Birthday Cake
Turquoise Silhouette Birthday Cake

As always, thank you for reading. If you’re in the Gainesville area, we invite you to visit our bakery and taste the difference of Dream Day Cakes®. As always, please keep in touch with us on Facebook, Twitter, or through our newsletter. =)

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3 thoughts on “Turquoise Silhouette Cake

  1. Beautiful cakes. I wish I were close enough to order some! However, living in Canada kind of makes it hard to get one here. 😉

    I don’t know if you answer questions regarding your cakes or not on here, but I thought I’d take a chance. I had seen this picture and can’t figure out how you to the scalloped edge at the top of the cake. I make my own cakes for my children and close family members birthdays and work with fondant all the time for them, but I’ve never seen anything like that when looking for ideas online before. Is it a special crimper I can buy or do you just use the fondant cutter/embosser in a really inventive way?

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