September was a fun month with three weddings and lots of birthdays. Here's everything we did!
We started off the month with this decorated fruit cake. It was a chocolate and vanilla layer on the inside and all these wonderful fruit slices on top.
Dumbo is such a great character, and this cake was adorable. How can Dumbo in a tub not be cute?
This was the first of our wedding cakes, and we loved the bride's vision of the crisscrossing ribbons. Simple yet elegant!
That same weekend, we had two orders for two different present cakes. The TIffany present was for a bridal shower, and the pink bling cake was for a woman's birthday. Both were fun celebrations!
Nightmare before Christmas! This was a fun cake to decorate!!
Sometimes the simplest cakes are the prettiest out there. This roses cake was done in an ivory Swiss meringue buttercream and was sprayed with luster dust to give it a sheen. Happy anniversary indeed!
We know adults who don't eat sushi, so the fact that this sushi boat cake was for a boy is incredible! We heard he loved it!
Here's our take on an over the hill cake. It's a fun survival kit. Happy birthday!
This monster truck sheet cake was a simple one, but it's pretty fun!
How about a welcome baby cake! I know if I were a new mom, I would want to sink my teeth into some cake!
This t-shirt cake is showing some great school spirit for the local elementary school in our neighborhood.
Our second wedding in September was one of our favorites. This couple was supposed to get married in Estes Park, but due to the flooding, they had to move the wedding. It didn't even faze them. They were a fantastic couple to work with, and we were thrilled to be part of their day. And their vision of mountains, trees, and fall leaves was amazing!
Bonjour! Beauty and the Beast is a favorite around here, so we were excited to do this Belle dress cake. We can just imagine her floating on the dance floor!
These Lexus cookies were ordered for a Lexus dealership in Aspen. We wouldn't mind having one of those cars, but the cookies are a tasty substitute!
Our third wedding in September was held in Granby. This tree cupcake stand as well as the wood cake topper were perfect for the setting. It was fun delivering to Granby...especially driving through snow on the way home.
Stay tuned for the custom work from October!
Here's a look at how we stayed busy in August! Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, or Instagram to see fun new updates!
We started off the month with this fun Nebraska Cornhuskers Cake. It was a three-layer chocolate cake, and we heard it was devoured!
This sweet little pink and green ladybug was for a one-year-old's birthday party. Happy birthday!
Do we have any Breaking Bad fans? These cookies were for a Breaking Bad party. We can't believe that show is almost over!
It's everyone's favorite baby mouse! Pink seemed appropriate for this fun party!
This Colorado Avalanche jersey cake was made for an avid hockey fan's birthday. Happy 30th birthday!
We loved this cake with it's bright colors and fun polka dots and stripes! It's adorable, and we hope the sweet girl had a fantastic party!
Aren't Minions adorable? These Despicable Me Minion sugar cookies were fun...especially when choosing all the different facial expressions!
We love the hungry caterpillar, and we especially loved making these hungry caterpillar cakes! All of the food that he ate is on our cake, and everything is hand carved and painted. This was a fun one!
This bride wanted a shabby chic wedding cake, and we love how it turned out with the purple flowers. We heard it was a big hit at the wedding! All three tiers were almond poppyseed with a chocolate mousse filling and an almond buttercream. Delicious!
Would you rather have a milkshake or a cookie that looks like one? We aren't sure which we prefer, but we did love these milkshake cookies! Aren't they cool?
This Olivia Owl cake, complete with the owl sitting in a tree swing, is just precious. It was perfect for a first birthday party!
Stay tuned for September's custom work!
We have some exciting news...we now are on Pinterest! So head over and follow us to stay updated...and be sure to pin your favorite treats. Let's share the love. Now here are the custom treats we did in July.
I don't know about anyone else, but I want to be sitting on that chair with my toes in the peanut butter frosting...er...sand.
This isn't a custom piece, which is great, because it means you can order it whenever you want! Head on over to our Everyday Cakes page. This beauty is two layers of chocolate cake with strawberry Swiss meringue buttercream frosting and filling, topped with chocolate ganache and chocolate-covered strawberries. Holy yum!
Everyone knows we do logo cookies, right? They are a great corporate gift or treat because who doesn't like to see their company name on a cookie?
We wish that we were floating in this pool with this cute little guy. Happy first birthday!
Speaking of cute, how about Perry the Platypus? Apparently he's a fiesty little character, and we loved making him!
These zoo cookies and cake pops were for another birthday party. The cake pops are hand painted. We especially loved the little alligators!
This cupcake tower went to a wedding reception. The happy couple wanted an ombre look from white to pink. We heard that every single cupcake was gone by the end of the party!
All this birthday boy wanted was a Braxton Miller Ohio State jersey. So we made him a jersey cake instead!
This cake was for a 60th birthday party. We love this image, and it was requested to have a pretty pink cake. Talk about celebrating in style!
Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street? This was such a fun theme for a little boy's birthday party. Cookie Monster is the best, and all of those chocolate chip cookies are our delicious recipe. We know he enjoyed those bad boys!
Isn't this minion the best?! We particularly love the gap in his teeth.
Do we have any Duck Dynasty fans? It's such a fun show, and that's a fact, Jack.
This wedding cake and cupcakes were for a fun couple who wanted bright colors and a great wedding topper. Congratulations and many happy years on your bikes!
This Land of the Rising Sun cake was ordered for a going away party to Japan. The banner is hand piped and says have safe/good travels!
How about this damsel in distress cake? This was made for a joint birthday party of a fantastic brother and sister. The boy loves Legos, and the girl loves princesses, so we had a fun time coming up with this cake design. Happy birthday you two!
This wedding was held in the beautiful Magnolia Hotel downtown, and we love the simplicity of the cake. All the tea roses are hand made out of fondant, and the couple's monogram is hand piped. Congratulations to you two as well!
These adorable cookies were ordered as a retirement gift for a local OB doctor. Have a fantastic retirement!
Please keep Whipped Bakery in mind for all your upcoming events, and remember that while we love to do all this custom work, we also love to make pans of brownies and so much more! So the next time you need anything, give us a call or place an order here.
We started out June with a bang. This was for a baby shower for a woman who's pregnant with triplets, two boys and a girl. The soon-to-be parents love to ski, so it was fun to incorporate that theme into her baby shower cake. We wish her the best as she's going to deliver soon!
On the same day, we got two orders for two different parties at Skate City. What's better than skate cookies to give as party favors?! Let us customize your goodie bags for your upcoming birthday parties.
We are doing more custom cookies these days, and these were for Aurora police officers.
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E! This fun cake had an M&M filling, which we thought was very appropriate for the theme.
Looking for a great way to say thank you? I know I would love to get these cookies over a card any day! These were customized for a CU Buffs fan, hence the black and gold letters.
This cake was made to celebrate the graduation of a college graduate. The bottom tier is a strawberry cake with strawberry Swiss meringue buttercream, and the top tier is vanilla cake with chocolate filling. We love the shabby chic look!
This F16 cake was all hand crafted and edible. Not pictured is the runway on the sides with a grass border. It was such a fun cake to make for a special three year old.
This peapod cake was created for a baby shower. They wanted a cake that had a lot of cute bugs and a few peapods. We wish this mama the best of luck, too!
We got to see the birthday boy dig into this Toy Story cake, and it was so fun! He loved the fondant stars, and treated them like popsicles. The mom provided the Buzz toy that we got to sink into the cake.
Congrats to this graduate. This was a square chocolate cake with a chocolate mousse frosting and filling. Delicious!
This Chicago Blackhawks jersey was made for an avid hockey fan. Just so happens that the his birthday was during the Stanley Cup finals, which was so perfect. The logo and the mascot face were both hand carved.
We loved making these fish cookies, which were ordered for someone who was retiring. We hope he has a happy retirement full of hungry fish!
To carry on with the fish theme, we also got to do this fly fishing cake for a 40th birthday. They wanted a chocolate cake with raspberry filling and our delicious chocolate frosting, which worked perfectly for this theme.
These construction cupcakes were made for a little boy's special birthday. What boy doesn't love trucks and dirt?!
This yoga cake was ordered by a great husband to celebrate his wife's birthday. She loves yoga, and we hope she loved this cake, too! The figurine on top was hand crafted and edible.
These cakes were ordered for a retirement party for someone who was retiring from Johns Mansville. We wish him a very happy retirement!
A surprise 30th birthday party was where these cakes and cookies went. The birthday boy loves Batch 19 beer, and his wife planned his party around it. So we made a chocolate/peanut butter cake and vanilla and chocolate sugar cookies, all with the bottle cap on them. Happy birthday!
That was most everything for June. Stay tuned for July's custom orders.
Doing these roundups half-way through each month is becoming the trend. Here's the custom work we did in May. Looking back, we did a lot of cookies! How can we customize cakes, cupcakes, or cookies for your special occasion?
We started off the month with this fun Home Depot cake. The cake was done in an orange buttercream and had fondant pockets and strings. The tools were plastic tools given to us by the birthday boy's mom. We heard this cake was loved by kids, parents, and staff at the local Home Depot.
Railroad crossing cookies for a train-themed birthday party. These cookies added a special touch to the party.
These tulip cookies went out to some special teachers for teacher appreciation week. We love teachers!
One great mom ordered these soda pop cookies for the janitors at the elementary school. What a great way to say thank you for all the hard work they do!
We made 1000 muffins to celebrate moms at the elementary schools. Muffins with Moms is a great event, and we were happy to contribute all these delicious muffins!
Spring cake pops for a birthday party!
We made some knitting cookies for a knitting class at a local sewing shop. We love doing fun orders like these!
These Lung Love cookies were ordered for a silent auction benefiting the Lung Cancer Alliance.
These adorable zoo-animal cookies were ordered for a baby shower for a momma who's having twin boys!
Even though we live in Colorado, these cookies were ordered for a joint-replacement medical center. I'm sure we had some very happy healthcare professionals that day!
We wish the letters Q&U much happiness in their life together. Kindergarten weddings are so fun!
As avid readers, we are in love with these book cupcakes. The books are made out of fondant and are completely edible. What's your favorite book?
This adorable teal cake with tiny flowers also came with a small smash cake for a cute one-year-old's birthday party. We loved this theme!
Congratulations to this high school graduate! We hope you don't spend all of your time on the slopes!
A cake that screams summer and flip flops! Such a fun idea! We loved it!
Cute cookies these are! Yoda cookies were ordered for a baby shower...we heard the dad-to-be is a big Star Wars fan. We hope he liked eating Yoda's face!
And last but not least are these golf cookies ordered for a fundraiser. We absolutely loved them!
Please keep Whipped Bakery in mind for your upcoming events!
Whew! It's almost half-way through May, and we haven't had a chance to do the April roundup yet. Things are going so well! Here's the custom work we had a chance to do in April. Please keep us in mind for any special occasions or just because you want a treat. We love all kinds of orders!
Bunko! We had a fun order to do a bunch of dice cookies for a bunko party for the Roxborough Women's Network.
We loved the theme of this party...although we usually keep the bugs out of our kitchen. The ladybug pretzels were a huge hit as well as the caterpillar cake and cupcakes. We adored the bug smash cake...and we hear the birthday boy did, too!
It's a boy! These cookies were ordered to celebrate when the mom-to-be found out she was having a boy. Such a great treat!
We finally got to do a belly cake...and how fun that it was in camouflage and hunter's orange! Apparently the kids at the shower pushed that belly button so much that it was an inny by the time they cut the cake!
We loved this sweet baptism cake. The sleeping baby was hand painted and made out of gum paste.
How much fun is this Barbie rockstar cake?! This cake was a little girl's dream, and we loved making it. We hear she had a great birthday!
We participated in the Silent Auction for the Roxborough Elementary Schools sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Involvement Committee. We proudly donated four cakes, and this Phantom of the Opera cake was one of them. This has fondant piano keys, sugar crystals, a rose, and a white-chocolate mask. Completely edible, this cake was as delicious as it was beautiful.
Another cake we donated to the Silent Auction was this tuxedo cake. It's three amazing layers of chocolate cake with a white chocolate buttercream and a drippy chocolate ganache. Of course you can't go wrong with chocolate-covered strawberries. You can find this on our Everyday Cakes page.
Sonic was a fun game we played in our childhood, so imagine our surprise when we got this order. We're so happy that Sonic is still around and kickin'. This was a two layer chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream. And you can't leave out the golden rings!
We loved this simple but fabulous Minnie Mouse cake with coordinating cookies. It was simply precious! The cake was a strawberry cake with strawberry Swiss meringue buttercream and was covered in strawberry fondant...which tastes and smells exactly like Laffy Taffy.
Flower Power! This graffiti cake was a blast. It was a 6-inch square cake covered in black fondant and then we got to have a lot of fun with different colors and shapes.
There are times when you just want to eat cake, right? We had a customer order this simple one-layer cake for a work occasion, and we thought it was perfect. We completely understand there are days when a piece of chocolate cake with vanilla frosting is all you need. We're here for you (and we have those days a lot!).
We've already done some great work in May, so stay tuned! And don't forget to place your orders so you don't miss out!
We are having so much fun with Whipped Bakery, and here is some of what we whipped up in March.
This lower-sugar flourless chocolate cake not only looked cute, but it tasted great, too!
Hello, spring! This was a cinnamon apple cake with almond buttercream, and it screamed warmer weather to us!
You can't go wrong with chocolate cake, raspberry filling, chocolate frosting, and raspberry chocolate ganache. We've added this beauty to our everyday cakes menu because it's that fantastic!
Ninjago! This cake featured a candy lego border and a custom-designed ninjago figure on top of it.
Happy birthday to the Irishman who received this cake right before St. Paddy's day. Pretty perfect!
Hoo hoo! Who wants some owl cookies? We do!
Stay tuned for what we have in store for April!
Here are the fun cakes and cupcakes we did in February!
These vanilla cupcakes with strawberry filling were for a Winter ONEderland party. Such a cute theme!
This chocolate caramel 49ers cake didn't mean that the guys in red and gold won, but at least the recipient of this cake could eat away his sorrows.
Need a classic birthday cake? We adore yellow cake with chocolate buttercream, and sprinkles make everything better! The custom guitar design just added a little love!
These pinata cookies were for a bridal shower. The bride is getting married in Mexico, and these completed a day of fun celebrating with the bride before she gets hitched!
This pony cake takes us all back to our youth! Although I'm pretty sure those plastic ponies didn't taste this good when I turned 3!
We are in love with this basket berry cake. Enough said!
Rapunzel let her hair down with this cake! I've always wanted to live in a turret. Maybe I could live in this one? It's tasty at least!
Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? We see the cutest smash cake and cupcakes for a one-year-old's birthday party.