I love this cake. There are so many things I think I would have done differently on it, but I still just adore the concept. It is pink fondant with fondant cut out flowers and buttercream brush embroidered 'calaveras' or sugar skulls.
The wedding topper is one that I really wanted for our own wedding, but was strongly urged to reconsider by my mother, who just didn't get the appeal of Dia de Los Muertos figures.
Lorie Anderson has more than 20 years experience decorating and baking fanciful desserts. Learning decorating from her mother, at age 7 she did her first party cake (with purple star flowers and a shell border) for her standard poodle’s birthday bash. Through the years the guests became more sophisticated and the cakes more decadent.
Lorie developed her craft through classes and workshops and has worked in the restaurant and private kitchen as a creative outlet counter to a career in marketing and public relations. After the birth of their two children and raising her boys to always believe in following their dreams, she decided to do the same and open a cake design studio.
Sugar Song Cakes gives Tucson a fresh interpretation of cake and sugar design. Striving to use local ingredients, regional influences, the very best techniques, each cake is created to be enjoyed both visually and on the plate.
Sugar Song Cakes is a fully licensed and insured commercial bakery, opened June 2011.