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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

artdecosm

I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

_MG_6086

Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

_MG_6096

I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

photo (27)

I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-1

The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

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Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

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So fun!

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One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

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Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

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  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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Vintage Art Deco Wedding

Posted on Apr 25, 2014 by

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I love color. I love vintage. I love history.

So naturally I was thrilled beyond belief to design a vibrant, art deco cake for a wedding at the National Studebaker Museum in South Bend Indiana. The parameters were unique, peacock-colorful, vintage-deco. Here it is…

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Emerald was the color I chose because I love green, they wanted something different…and not many people have an Emerald wedding cake! I used blue and purple peacock feather motifs in various places, but the main elements were chunky metallic pieces. Almost like gears and car parts. Not that I know anything about that!!

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I added pearls and feathers to make the industrial-metallic feel a bit more delicate. I wanted to mix metals just for some interest and I love how that turned out.

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I am adding a few photos from the actual museum because they are so fun!!

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The cake {and coordinating cheese cakes} made it through the traveling.

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-

It’s always fun to see my cakes in their display setting. It really fit well against this backdrop. The colors complimented the cake so well!

JPG-13

Here are a few Studebakers that my husband photographed…so you can see his awesome work…and visualize the setting a bit more.

JPG-1

So fun!

JPG- 

One of my favorites, with all the signs. The car is nice too!

Art Deco Cake-March 2014-6093

 

Last one…it was also the groom’s 30th birthday! His dear bride asked that I put something on the cake to commemorate the day for him.

Daniel and Allison, what an honor and pleasure to make this one-of-a-kind cake for you. Congratulations on your marriage and your exciting journey ahead…and Happy Birthday, Daniel!

1 Comment

  1. Clearly this cake is my favorite cake you have ever done! Thanks for all your hard work helping to make my wedding a special day!

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