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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Calling all interns!

Enchanted Sweets is growing fast! We are now looking for aspiring cake designers who wish to feed their souls with cakes, cakes and more cakes!

Enchanted Sweets is contributing to the Celebrity Bell Gala, where we will be delivering macaroon topiaries, treats on a stick and making a huge cake as the sweet table centerpiece!

If you are interested in interning, please forward your resume and picture of cake experience to or call us 647-402-6099!

Let the cake making begin!

Dare to be inspired!

Cakes have come a long way!  These days anything can be recreated in a cake.  Some couples remain traditional, keeping within the theme of their wedding, their colors, their flowers.

There are also some couples that come to a consultation who absolutely no idea what they want!  And that's where the designer comes in and helps to inspire their clients!

There are so many ways to be inspired, sometimes just taking a walk down a street full of colorful shops may trigger the designer in you!

Other things that can inspire you are your colors, your invitations, your dress, wallpaper, magazines, a piece of fabric and much more!

What to bring to a consultation?  Anything that has inspired you! oh and not to mention...your sweet tooth!  Gotta bring that along too!

This next cake is a great example of inspiration.  The ribbons on this beautiful Vera Wang dress were the main inspiration of this cake.  I also added lace and beautiful rhinestones to complete the look!

A Taste of the Tropics!

More often than not..less is more.  The simplest wedding cakes can be beautiful.  I created this cake with the intention of using the plumeria flower.  This is a tropical flower that comes in a variety of colors, but is mainly white with a hint of yellow.  Since the bride loved the color pink, I decided to use it as a accent on this gorgeous black and white cake!

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Sugar Orchid

Lily of the Valley

Gumpaste Flowers!

Ever wonder how they make those beautiful flowers on a wedding cake! Stay tuned for some step by step tutorials! Here is a glimpse of just a few of the flowers you can make using gumpaste, a bit of color and some wire!

Mickey Mouse 3D Cake!

Thanks to the Food Newtork Challenge and all of its talented participants, 3D free standing structured cakes are bigger than ever!

From Big Bird to Elmo, any character you desire can be recreated and brought to life with a few simple ingredients: Pipes, cereal treats and some modeling chocolate!

Mickey Mouse was created for Brandon's 1st birthday! He is made of PVC pipes, cereal treats and covered in modeling chocolate!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Elmo Cake in 3D!

Make your children's birthdays memorable! J'Adore Cakes Co. offers 3D cakes to rent! All stands are made to hold a birthday cake or cupcakes! For more information please call 647-402-6099 or email us at

The Cake Show

It's that time of year again! The Cake Show hosted by the Bonnie Gordon School. This year, there were different categories, from novelty cakes, celebration cakes, wedding cakes and more! The category in which I was participating in was The live design challenge! The theme: A wedding at Versailles!

I had several months to think about my cake design. I wasn't feeling very inspired as I had never been to France, let alone Versailles! There were several approaches to this design. I thought I could maybe be inspired by the Marie Antoinette movie. I found the movie quite long, and didn't really capture the essence of Marie Antoinette. It was too modern and modern was not the way to go!

If you study Versailles, the main colors are cream and gold! Lots and lots of gold! Everything in the palace in grand, exquisite! I wanted to replicate that in a cake! What inspiration in the end? Her bedroom. The beautiful fabrics and gold trims on the walls I found really captured the essence of Marie Antoinette.

The piece de resistance? The spinning cage on the top...My assistant and I waited until the last few minutes of the competition to attach the spinning cage, which was motorized! As the clocked ticked, the crowd held their breath until the was spinning! Success!