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Champagne Silver Bucket Cake (2101)

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Silver Champagne Bucket Cake

Champagne Silver Bucket Cake

This was an exciting cake for us to make because we were able to incorporate two poured sugar elements – a champagne bottle and ice cubes. The cake was created for Andrew’s 40th birthday party in New York City. And to add to the excitement, we had the opportunity to team up with one of our favorite NYC party planners, Shawn Rabideau to design the cake.

Poured Sugar Cubes

Poured Sugar Cubes

At the top of the cake is a poured sugar Dom Preignon bottle with a popped cork and fondant drops of champagne splattering into the air. It sits in a silver champagne bucket with poured sugar ice. We added lights inside the bucket to give the ice cubes a shimmery effect. Unfortunately you really can’t make out the lights in the photo, so take a look at the video below to get a better idea.

Close-up of Sugar Ice Cubes

Close-up of Sugar Ice Cubes

The front of the bucket included a number “40” for Andrew’s big day. We also custom designed various champagne labels around the cake featuring Andrew’s birth year.

Here’s a video I shot at the bakery:

Happy Birthday Andrew!

Here’s the wonderful email we received from our happy customer:

I want to thank you for an amazing cake. My godfather loved it!!!! You took what I imaged and turned it into reality. I will never look at cake the same. The cake became the talk of the night, it was absolutely incredible! I wish I had a picture of everyone who laid eyes on it. You did a wonderful job especially with only 2 days to prepare. I gladly passed on your information to everyone who said ” THAT’S A CAKE! WHERE CAN I GET ONE?” You have a faithful customer for many occasions to come.

Best Regards,

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