Quilted Green Baptism Cake (1850)
Sometimes, some of our best customers allow us to be part of the progression of their families life events. Jacob’s parent’s first reached out to us 2009 to create a baby shower cake. Then in 2010 we helped celebrate Jacob’s first birthday with a safari jungle cake.
This year marked Jacob’s baptism. We used my son’s baptism cake as inspiration with some key changes. The sides of the cake tiers were paneled with quilted green fondant and piped white dots to match the invitation. (Speaking of matching invitations with cakes, have you checked out our latest giveaway?)
The top of the christening cake includes a black fondant monogram while the front of the cake includes a black cross with piped detail and green fondant accents. The other distinguishing feature of this cake is the boy sitting on the bottom tier dressed in a white suite, shirt, tie and pants. Lastly, we introduced a black stencil damask on the board of this cake – one of the first we’ve ever done.
God Bless Jacob!
Here’s another version of this baptism cake in square form! Flavors and fillings included S’more’s and vanilla with chocolate mousse. The boy on this cake was modeled off this communion cake topper.