The outdoorsman Groom’s cakes and birthday cakes

3D fondant deer head Groom’s cake. this Groom’s cake was over three feet high with edible antlers. Part of the head was done in rice cereal treats because of the weight.
3D butter cream Eider duck birthday cake. The duck seems to be swimming in water (sugar gel ) and the rocks have the birthday message. This cake could also be a Groom’s cake.
Father and son on a fishing trip birthday cake. The sugar figures are in a sugar paste boat on royal icing water. The cake is the landscape covered in butter cream grass and fondant trees and shrubs.

Any of these specialty cakes would make fisherman or hunter very happy on his wedding or birthday. Men used to get the short end of the stick when it came to cake. Decorators didn’t have as many options to do something that wasn’t flowers and frills. Now we can sculpt a cake into anything he likes.

As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now couples are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be chocolate fudge with caramel and butterfinger candy bars or Amaretto with Kaluha butter cream. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of.At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter.Art Eats Bakery, Greenville, SC sales@arteats.comWe serve the entire Upstate area of South Carolina, Parts of Georgia and North Carolina

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