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This vanilla cake with chocolate buttercream filling was made for a woman who owns a trucking company and was turning 50. Her daughter wanted the cake to be a Mack truck since those are the types of truck her mother owns. The cab was maroon and featured the Mack truck bulldog logo since it is her mom's favorite part of the truck. The cake was covered in fondant and the tires were cereal treats with fondant accents.

This adorable zebra print baby shower cake and matching cupcakes were made for Meghan’s friend. They were inspired by her zoo-animal baby shower invitations that featured a zebra.
This Lego cake (with accompanying Lego cookie favors) was made for a young boy turning 5. The cake was chocolate filled with vanilla buttercream. The Lego figures were made of fondant.
Another groom’s cake, this time a poker theme!

Christina's best friend, Maria, turned 40 and so she made her a simple, glamorous cake, just like the birthday girl! Inside was a chocolate Better Than ___ Cake with vanilla buttercream that everyone just loved. Happy 40th, Rie!

This groom's cake was covered in fondant and hand-painted. It sat upon an actual wooden cutting board. Inside was chocolate devil's food cake with chocolate mousse filling.

These cookies favors were for a little girl's fifth birthday. They were sugar cookies covered in fondant.

Cormac Robert's christening cake, inspired by his birth announcements, was simple and elegant. The inside was classic vanilla with fresh strawberry filling and vanilla buttercream.

Holly and Tom's honeymoon is going to be in Jamaica so this cake was made to represent the beach theme as well as their wedding colors of hot pink and chocolate brown. The inside is all devil's food chocolate with pink vanilla buttercream.

An engagement party cake for the cousin of our friend, Brian. Kelly & Colin's wedding colors are apple green and pink, and they requested something simple and elegant in chocolate and almond with cream cheese buttercream. The topper, not shown here, was a diamond engagement ring made of fondant.

A cake for Christina's friend, Cheri, for her 40th birthday that is both feminine and fun, just like the birthday girl! The inside was almond cake with fresh raspberry filling. Happy birthday, Cher!

A cake for Christina's friend, Cheri, for her 40th birthday that is both feminine and fun, just like the birthday girl! The inside was almond cake with fresh raspberry filling. Happy birthday, Cher!

Aloha! This chocolate cake with vanilla buttercream was made for a 15th birthday. The penguin is a true island girl with her lei, grass skirt, and surf board. Happy birthday, Catherine!

This cake was made for a coffee lover. The inside is Chocolate Kahlua with Kahlua Buttercream. The "coffee beans" are made of chocolate fondant. The other three sides say "java", joe", and "cafe".

An Obi Wan Kenobi (from the Clone Wars) fan requested this cake for his birthday. The figure is made from modeling chocolate and fondant. The inside is chocolate devil's food cake with chocolate buttercream.

Christina's friend, Kelley, has a sister who is getting married and we were asked to make her bridal shower cake. The cake was a simple, elegant design in the wedding colors: white, bright pink, and sage. We went with simple scroll work, fabric ribbons, and fresh flowers (orchids and roses). The inside was our popular chocolate with fresh strawbery filling. Unfortunately, delivery day was hot and humid so we had some "sweating" on the cake that affected the ribbon and the structure enough to make us crazy. The cake was a hit, despite these small inconveniences, and that is all that counts! Best wishes, Sarah!

This bag was inspired by the Vera Bradley "Botanica" print and made for a colleague who owns more Vera Bradely bags than Vera herself! Happy Birthday, Pat!

A simple baby shower cake for our friend, Kristen. The inside was our yummy pistachio cake.

In addition to everything else we do, Meghan and I co-advise the Peer Leadership program in our middle school. We made this cake for the end-of-the-year celebration with the kids. They love our cakes and we love them!

This cake was made for a poker fan and the design is all in the details. Just look at those hands: Full house, straight flush, royal flush, four of a kind, and two pair! Not a loser in the bunch! The chips and cards are all made of fondant.

Our friend, Beth, who is expecting twins, had a second shower at home (we made her work shower cake too) and this was a small cake for the gathering.

Meghan's sister, Morgan, was turning 21, so this cake was made just for her. She loves retro, shabby chic kind of things, so the damask stencil was meant to give that effect. Happy 21st, Morgan!

Ariel, Flounder, and Sebastian are the focal point of this cake for a 4th birthday party. They are made of modeling chocolate and their other under-the-sea friends are made of fondant. The back of the cake features a cave with a treasure chest and a coral reef.

Christina's daughter, Mandara, turned 8 this past week and she requested a "glitzy girl" party, so this was her cake. All accents are fondant and the cake itself, is chocolate, of course! Mandara is a major chocoholic! Happy birthday, Mandara!

The wife of our friend and colleague, Brian, just graduated from Rutger's Law School so we made her this cake for her graduation party. The inside is red velvet with cream cheese buttercream and almond with vanilla buttercream. All decorations and accents are fondant and modeling chocolate. Congrats, Tara!

Christina's son, Aidan, is turning 4 and he had to have a Super Mario Brother's cake since he is so obsessed with the DS game. This cake was classic vanilla with chocolate buttercream and payed homage to scenes from the game, featuring many of the characters with the exception of the Princess (which Aidan did complain about - bad mommy)! Happy birthday, Aidan! Mommy loves you!

This cake is a fiesta, inside and out! The cake is a margarita cake (complete with tequila, triple sec, and lime juice) with lime buttercream. The “salt” is actually sanding sugar! Made for a lady who likes a good fiesta!

1 of 4 light houses made for the Meridian Health Affiliated Foundations as a finale for their "Lighting the Way to the Future" campaign. All were classic vanilla cakes with vanilla buttercream and fondant decorations.

2 of 4 lighthouse cakes for Meridian.

This gorgeous cake was made for a friend's daughter who was turning 16. She wanted a contemporary cake with her theme colors: white, black, and light pink. The bottom layer was red velvet with cream cheese buttercream, the middle was vanilla with vanilla buttercream, and the top was chocolate with cream cheese buttercream. The middle was a damask stencil, the bottom had 400 dots piped on it, and the topper was fondant ribbon roses and a gumpaste number 16. Happy birthday, Rebecca!

We made this cake at a Meet-Up class offered by NJ Cake Decorators' Club. The class was held in the Clarence Dillon Public Library in Bedminster and was for learning to carve a cake and decorate it as a purse. Not bad for a first attempt!

Made for a camping fanatic, this two-tier cake features a tent, camp fire, hammock, trees, rocks, mountains, a river, boat, setting sun, and even a duck! All coverings and decorations were made of fondant. The top layer is chocolate and the bottom vanilla, both with raspberry filling.

This Funfetti-style cake with vanilla buttercream was made for a woman graduating from Rutgers with a degree in social psychology. The symbols represent the research she did to defend her thesis: male, female, good, bad, science, English. All coverings and accents are made of vanilla fondant.

Our friend, Beth, is expecting twins so we made her this cake featuring two peas in a pod. The coverings and accents are fondant. The layers are chocolate with chocolate buttercream, vanilla with vanilla buttercream, and coconut with coconut filling.

This cake was made for Christina's son's 3rd birthday. The coverings and accents were fondant, but the toppers were Mickey toys for the birthday boy!

This bridal shower cake was made for a colleague. The flowers were handmade of gumpaste and the cake was covered in fondant. The layers were chocolate with chocolate buttercream, almond with raspberry filling, and lemon with raspberry filling.

This Alvin and the Chipmunks cake and matching cupcakes were made for a 5-year old boy. The cake was vanilla with chocolate buttercream. The Chipmunks were handmade of fondant and the cake was covered in fondant as well. The cupcake picks were handmade.

This simple cake was made for a 15th wedding anniversary. It was chocolate blackout cake with espresso buttercream and covered in fondant.

This gorgeous cake was made for an engagement party for good friends. All accents and coverings were fondant.

This simple but adorable baby shower cake was made for a colleague. All decorations and coverings were fondant. The cake was chocolate with vanilla butter cream and vanilla with vanilla buttercream.

A feminine cake for a girly girl turning 60! All accents and coverings were fondant and gumpaste. The inside was vanilla with strawberry filling.

The son of a friend was turning one and so she asked us to make his cake with the party's theme of Baby Einstein. The lion was the main feature on the party plates, so we recreated him using fondant. The classic vanilla cake was carved from a 9"x13" sheet, filled with chocolate frosting, and covered in fondant. All accents are made of fondant as well. Happy 1st birthday, Colin!

A first holy communion cake for a boy. All decorations and covering are made of fondant.

This cake was made for a Mets fan. All accents are fondant. Go Mets!

This cake was requested by a woman for her great aunt's birthday. She asked for a cake in her aunt's favorite colors: black, white, and yellow. She also wanted to incorporate a red hat since her aunt was a member of the Red Hat Society. The cake is classic vanilla with lemon curd and is covered in vanilla fondant. The hat is made of cereal treats covered in fondant, the ribbon roses are fondant too. The white accents are vanilla BC.

This classic vanilla cake with lemon buttercream was made for a woman turning 70. Her daughter requested a cake with a spring/floral motif. The flowers are hadmade of gumpaste and the cake is covered in white chocolate fondant. The piping is lemon buttercream as well.

This chocolate blackout cake with espresso buttercream was made for a man's 55th birthday. The decorations and covering were all white chocolate fondant.

This cake was just in time for opening day! Made for a surprise 30th birthday, it was covered and decorated in white chocolate fondant. The inside was almond cake with strawberry filling and pistachio buttercream. Go Yankees!

Easter/Spring cupcakes

A quick gag cake we made for a friend. It's an inside joke, but suffice to say that it is lemon with raspberry filling. Hehehe!

Made for a benefit for Haiti at Meghan's mom's salon, this cake was our favorite to make! The woman's face is hand painted and her hair are made of gumpaste flowers of varying sizes. The shoe is also made of gumpaste. The cake itself was almond cake with bavarian cream filling.

This chocolate stout cake with Bailey's whipped cream was made for Meghan's grandfather's birthday as well as a tribute to St. Patrick's Day. All decorations are fondant and buttercream.

This cake was made for Meghan's cousin's birthday. She is a funky girly girl, so the cake reflects her fun personality. All decorations are fondant. One layer is chocolate with vanilla buttercream and the other is almond with vanilla buttercream.

Christina's daughter, Maddie, was turning five and wanted a fancy cake for her Fancy Nancy birthday party. This cake was as fancy as they came! All coverings and decorations were fondant and gumpaste. The inside was vanilla with vanilla buttercream and chocolate with chocolate buttercream.

This was a quick, small cake to celebrate the 40th birthday of a colleague. The cake was classic vanilla with vanilla buttercream. All decoration are fondant and buttercream. The road signs are hand-made. Happy 40th, Jim!

This cake was donated to Jefferson Elementary School in Westfield, NJ as an auction item for their Tricky Tray fundraiser. All coverings are fondant and the topper is gumpaste. The inside was classic vanilla with vanilla buttercream.

15 Comments leave one →
  1. February 23, 2010 3:26 PM

    I think my favorite is the Chipmunks, te he…

  2. Bianca Di Quattro permalink
    February 26, 2010 10:57 AM

    Thank you for making the beautiful and tasty cake for my mother’s 60th surprise party. EVERYONE commented on the beauty of the presentation. The cake helped to make the evening a celebration they will not forget. It was perfect.
    Thank you!

  3. Stephanie permalink
    February 27, 2010 7:29 PM

    I love the carrot cake you make! Delicious! But the rich, chocolate chocolate cake is pretty amazing too. Which is my favorite?

    • February 28, 2010 10:11 AM

      Tough choice. It depends on my mood. Although as a female, I feel the pull for chocolate more often than not! ;}

  4. Twiggy permalink
    March 2, 2010 1:01 PM

    UNBELIEVABLE!! INCREDIBLE!!! Your cakes are not only beautiful, but they are also very delicious. You are both very creative and talented. I would like officially hire Touch of Class to create a few “Holiday Theme” cakes for a Holiday Tea Party that I will be hosting in December. Keep on Baking!

    • March 2, 2010 2:24 PM

      Thanks, Twiggy! We would be pleased to help you with your event. You can contact us via the contact page for further information. 🙂

  5. Stephanie permalink
    March 7, 2010 7:46 PM

    That Fancy Nancy cake was not only beautiful, but the most delicious and rich chocolate in the world! What an amazing cake! It was a shame to cut into it, but worth it to taste the yummy goodness.

    • March 8, 2010 6:32 AM

      Thank, Steph! I felt the same way. Cutting the cake is always the hardest part after all of the time and effort that goes into it. We still have a lot left over, so stop by for another slice! 🙂

  6. April 12, 2010 5:56 AM

    Great idea! Unfortunately, Food Network does not have one available yet. I searched for one to post here but no luck. When and if we find one, we will definitely post it. We don’t want to spoil it for you by telling you who won, but let’s just say that we were rooting for someone different than who won (although their cake was fantastic too)! Check your local listings for a repeat episode; FN reruns their Challenges often! 🙂

  7. Melissa permalink
    June 11, 2010 3:11 PM

    Your cakes are awesome….I will be back to look come time for my daughters’ birthdays….Michael Fletcher referred me to your site 🙂

  8. Amy Arsiwala permalink
    June 12, 2010 10:25 PM

    Wow, I never knew you had such amazing talent. I am really impressed. I hope to order a cake from you soon for a special event! I loved the poker cake. Wish I could have ordered that for my husbands 30th last year!

    • June 13, 2010 9:37 AM

      Thanks, Amy! We have been making cakes together only since January, but separately we have been doing it for many years. We’d love to do a cake for you sometime! 🙂

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