First there was the baby carriage cake. I've seen this concept done a lot in the past, but none nearly as cute as this one which matched the invitations.
And the F-18 Blue Angels cake (see the post Working late at the bakery) that came with three dozen blue airplane shortbread cookies.
And a three tier bowling-themed birthday cake with bowling ball and bowling pin cookies. There is a similar two-tier bowling cake on our website.
And a big orange and blue "AU" carved from a half-sheet cake for an Auburn fan. (I told you there were lots of Auburn graduates in Tuscaloosa.)
And six dozen petit fours that had "Hotty Toddy" piped on them for a high school graduation party for a young lady who was accepted at Ole Miss.
And four weddings. These are the two I liked best, but the others were also nice. The cake on the left was for an outdoor wedding at the historic Maxwell-Peters House just down the street from the bakery. Good thing they had a tent because it was pouring rain when we arrived.
The black and white cake was for a wedding at Christ Episcopal Church, which has the nicest fellowship hall in a church I have ever seen. They also have a very pretty courtyard garden.
And three weddings.