9×13 chocolate cake iced in buttercream made to look like a T1 3 Grafting Calculator.
All buttons and other design elements are fondant.
This chocolate grooms cake was topped with a crystal horse ornament (the groom loved horses), chocolate truffles scattered on the tiers and piped chocolate grapes with vine. That is a LOT of chocolate and they loved it.
This groom loved to play golf so his cake has a golf theme. I divided the sheet cake into squares and made fondant golf balls along with a few flowers for each square. The flag and club are purchased items.
This was a fun cake to do. A HUGE tooth for the groom who is a dentist.
The cake started out as a double layer chocolate cake then I carved it into a tooth shape. The tools and other items were made from fondant.
This groom was into Astronomy, so the bride wanted the grooms cake to reflect that. The sheet cake has a few planets and stars with a moon along with star cupcakes. Did you notice the tiny telescope in the lower corner?
This one was fairly easy to do. A few white chocolate sea shells and a bottle and
the sweet message “I can’t wait to be your wife”.
This one looks a little plain but it was created just the way they wanted.
A large square cake at the bottom with home plate and cap on top. The cap was 1/2 of a ball cake and covered in fondant with the grooms monogram.
Not so sure I like the “ball and chain” idea but with a good sense
of humor, it can be fun and grooms cakes should be fun. The ball here is also cake. The couple is a Wilton product.
This cake started out as a large sheet cake. I cut it down
and into the shape of a T for Texas. Like everything else in Texas
it was a big cake. The small white western hat was a purchased item.