Monday, November 28, 2011

Catch Up Part 3

I also! Got to do bridal photos for my sister in law!  (Posted these backwards but oh well!)  We went to a local area that is just breath taking with the grapevines and the little chapel on the water.  It was really beautiful!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Catch Up Part 2

Still catching up!  This fall my sister in law got married.  Not only did I get to make the cake!  I got to photograph her wedding!  I had a blast taking photos of her special day!  Enjoy a few!

Playing Catch Up

I have been SO busy since my girls started school that I haven't posted on my blog since September!  Crazy!!  It has been a crazy year!  My cake business has been doing well which super great but doesn't help with the busy-ness. 
We took the girls camping this fall.  I love camping.  I grew up camping.  This was the first time my girls have ever gone tent camping.  Teeter LOVED it.  She was totally in her element, and even though it was chilly, she slept like a rock!  Bulbs on the other hand...woke up with terrible pink eye in both eyes.  Doesn't make for the fun camping trip. 


My man!


Messy faces and eating some supper!

A beautiful sunset

Teeter telling ghost stories

The Bulb

Bun in the Oven Baby Shower!

Last weekend, I threw a baby shower for my sweet sister in law.  It was the most fun baby shower ever!  It was a gender reveal shower.  As the baker of the cake, I was told if she would be having a boy or a girl.  The mommy-to-be and the guests did not know the sex of the baby.  Gifts that aren't gender specific were brought to the shower by the guests such as diapers, wipes, nursing items, mattress, crib, etc.  When I found out the sex of the baby I made the inside of the cake either blue or pink.  When the mommy cut into the cake everyone found out together the sex of the baby.  She had the best reaction!  It was so, so wonderful to get to be a part of it! 
Since the shower needed to be gender neutral, I went with a bun in the oven theme and used fall colors; red, brown, tan, and gold. 

I ordered these forks off the internet, and used letter stamps to add the baby and the hearts

The cake

A tiny chocolate spatula on the cake

A Vintage oven for the cake

The spread

It's a boy!