Without fail, little kids’ cakes always push me into Disney songs constantly playing in my head.
And then when I blog about it, it happens all over again.
I’m gonna be a mighty king
So enemies beware
Well, I’ve never seen a king of beasts
With quite so little hair
I’m gonna be the main event
Like no king was before
I’m brushing up on looking down
I’m working on my roar
Whatever it’s called, it’s cute!
Here’s a cake for a coed shower to welcome a new little one to the world!
How adorable is this onesie bunting on this cake?
I’ll tell you — SO ADORABLE.
Love this simple, cute design!
This sweet, little DIY bunting — it was so easy to make! Tiny clothespins… so much yes!
I love the look of chalkboard cakes — they are fun to make, too.
In true Stacey fashion, I am finally posting this cake I made over a year ago. I have since made this darling little girl’s first birthday cake. Maybe you’ll get to see it in 2018 🙂
Kids. They grow up so fast. This cake was for a Parisian-themed baby shower. In December 2014.
The bebe is now one.
I am so killing it on this blog. Where is that social media assistant when I need one?
Hmm…I think one of my New Year’s resolutions should be to keep up on my cake blogging. I think I have a backlog of 50 cakes. Oops.
I will try to be better, I promise.
This Wizard of Oz inspired cake was for a baby shower… and I am pretty sure this baby is a couple of months old now.
These desserts were perfect for this fun, co-ed shower!
Red velvet cake, carrot cupcakes (YUM!), chocolate and vanilla cake pops and chocolate-covered Oreos.
Two identical peas in a pod! I can hardly contain my excitement for this darling girl who is having identical twin girls in just a few short weeks!
I had the privilege of making her baby shower cake.
It’s pink, it’s purple, it’s sparkly, it’s girly. It’s adorable!