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For all the daredevils out there… this ones for you.  We made this cake for two friends celebrating their birthdays together, who happen to jump together too! Not sure any of us at the shop would be risky enough to jump, but we sure did have fun making this cake!

The clouds were made out of cake pop batter and covered in white chocolate.  The figurines are modeling chocolate and are the cartoon versions of the birthday boys!

Rockin’ the flames!

Under the Sea

We are always so appreciative when we receive photographer photos!  It makes such a difference in the quality of the photo.  Bride’s and groom’s this is definitely one area you should never skimp on budget.  At the end of your event all you have is photos, videos, and your memories.  Make sure you choose a great photographer to capture your special day!

Thank you Scott Arnold for these fabulous photos of our beach wedding cake and matching cake pops.  Here is a link to our original post about this cake.

Great Gatsby Style Shoot

We recently had the opportunity to work with a fabulous group of vendors to create a Great Gatsby inspired style shoot.  We couldn’t decide on a design, so we made two sides to this vintage cake.  Black and white ribbon flowers with brooches and a vertical ribbon down the back.  Vintage elements at their best!

 Check out these fabulous photos from Samantha Randall.  You can see additional photos from this shoot on Paper Moon Weddings.

Design By:  La Vie le Gage Couture Events Wedding Planning
Photography By: Samantha Randall Photography
Creative Invitation Design By: Renee Rodriguez Designs
Stylish Cookies By: Art & Style Baking
Cake By: Intricate Icings
Lavish Wedding Dress, Jewelry & Accesories By: Little White Dress
Bouquets By: Emici Bridal
Floral Design By: Palmer Gardens
Bridal Accessories By: Kitty Mae Millinery    
Hair & Make-Up By: Lady Charm Artistry  
Couture Jewelry By: Lavishly Couture Jewelry
Custom Linens By: Cloth Connection
Wedding Rentals By: RC Special Events 
Wedding Props & Decor By: The Cupboard
Wedding Furniture By: Consignments by Kristynn  

I am so thrilled that Intricate Icings is featuring this breathtaking Styled Shoot I was a part in! Rachael’s cake completely added that perfect element as she always does in the weddings she is part of! Her design vision never ceases to amaze me! La Vie le Gage Couture Events Wedding Planning sends much thanks to Intricate Icings for sharing this Styled Shoot published on Paper Moon Weddings.
Joyce Goeppinger

Running Shoe

For all the runners out there… here is our completely edible version of a running shoe.  This shoe was sculpted out of cake, iced in chocolate ganache, and covered in fondant to create the signature style Brooks running shoe.  And while you can’t slip this one on and take a run, we might suggest taking a run after eating it to burn off a few calories.


We love being a part of amazing style shoots and this shoot is a true show stopper!  Tangerine and Turquoise are the bold colors of the year that  join together to create this modern, yet rustic style shoot.  
Check out a special feature on Glamour and Grace as well as Shalynne Imaging Photography (the photographers blog) for more fabulous photos from this stunning shoot!
Combining patterns is a hot trend for 2012 and this cake takes the ever popular chevron and marries it with a geometric square pattern.  Two hand-made sugar ranunculus add a pop of color.
All the fabulous vendors involved in this style shoot:
Planning: Amber of Save The Date Events
Rentals: Jessica of A Vintage Affair Rentals
Rentals: Event Rents
Floral Design: Kristi of Fleur Decor
Cake Design & Stand: Rachael of Intricate Icings Cake Design
Bridal Gown: Little White Dress
Bridesmaids Gowns: Bella Bridesmaid
Jewelry: Love Twist
Paper Stationary: One Cute Cookie
Wooden Accessories/Accents: Frank Crabbs of CreekSide Tree Nursery
Models: Anya & Mikel Zhovmiruk, Dominique Kruse, and Rebecca Slaughter

Trisha - June 13, 2012 - 11:09 pm

Thanks so much for the reply! I didn’t know FMM had a frill cutter to do that! WOW, that would be so much easier!! I’ll be looking for that for sure. Thanks again!! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

admin - June 11, 2012 - 7:51 am

Hi Trisha. Thank you! I did not use the tutorial on Jessicakes Blog, but I check out her tutorial thanks to you. :) I used the FMM frill cutter to make the chevron strips and then hand placed each of them. I think her technique is great. I’d definately use modeling chocolate, as fondant will stretch to much for this technique. Have fun!

Trisha - June 10, 2012 - 11:48 pm

WOW! Love this cake! It totally reminds me of the chevron pattern on the chevron-safari themed cake on Jessicakes Blog. Did you use her pattern/template/tutorial from her blog? – it looks the same!! I’ve been wanting to try it myself?! Very nice work! Beautiful!

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