Baby Shower Dessert Table

June 8th, 2015

It seems forever ago now, but I still wanted to share my baby shower photos with everyone. My family went to such a great effort to make my baby shower dessert table… and yes, even though it was my baby shower I just had to make some cakes! This was my chance to decorate a couple of cakes, using the ruffle icing technique, my new fondness of sugar flowers and some sugar baby related decorations.

First up, I made a chocolate Guinness cake (in advance, and froze the cake). On the day I decorated it with cream cheese frosting ruffles! and the first peony I managed to make at home, in a beautiful coral colour (I’m loving everything coral!)
Here are two great tutorials on how to create the ruffle cake:
tutorial 1
tutorial 2

Next up, this was as close to decorating in fondant that I get (coming from a family who doesn’t really enjoy fondant that much). I made the baby carriages and horses out of sugar paste in advance, and stuck them on the Vienna cream icing. Unfortunately they became quite soft reasonably soon after being placed on the cake. I ordered my cookie cutters from here.

Mum’s lovely almond butter biscuits, easy to make the day before.

Cupcakes and tiny teddies decorated with pink and blue mm’s.

Caramel slice, chocolate mousse and red velvet cupcakes.

Armenian nutmeg cake and chocolate brownies.

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3 Comments

  1. Maggie says:

    Wow! That Dessert Table is simply wonderful……you are artistic, as well as being a great baker. It would have been a lot of work too, I am much older and couldn’t have achieved such a fabulous result…..well done !!!

    Hugs

    Maggie

  2. Anouk says:

    Hey Anita!

    I’ve been checking your blog every now and then for a long time now and tried quit a few of your recipes. I love it!

    I was hoping you could sent me your caramel slice recipe. They look delicious!

    Love,

    Anouk (from The Netherlands)

  3. I love it!
    They look delicious!

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