Anthony’s Surprise 30th Birthday Cake (2167)
Ashley, one of our favorite customers and biggest supporters, reached out to us for to help design a cake for her husband Anthony’s surprise 30th birthday party. We’ve done some fantastic cakes for Ashley and her husband over the years including some of our all-time most popular - the Yorkie Cake and Tropical Wedding cake.
Elements from both cakes where incorporated into Anthony’s birthday cake including their beloved Yorkie Juicy! The top of his cake included a replica of Anthony with his blue macaw Kingston perched on his shoulder. He’s dressed in a green, yellow and red Reggae t-shirt with blue jeans and black shoes.
The top tier of the cake is covered in turquoise blue while the bottom tier is covered in green. The base of each tier includes sand along with other elements that represent Anthony’s favorite things including swedish fish candy, a slot machine, reggae music, birds and a rum bottle. The entire cake was chocolate with a layer of peanut buttercream, oreos and cream buttercream and coconut buttercream.
We are always thrilled to hear from Ashley as she is always kind enough to give us feedback and we were waiting to hear back just to make sure everything went well. She did not disappoint and we were thrilled to hear from her via facebook:
Thank you soo much for the AMAZING birthday cake! Anthony was completely surprised and loved the whole cake-we didn’t want to eat it! He could not believe how perfect his bird Kingston looked! Juicy looked beautiful, of course. Lol You guys are the best!! xoxo
We can’t wait to hear from the couple again! And with that here’s a walk through all the cakes we’ve done for them.
Our first cake was for Ashley’s bridal shower:
Following that we created a cake for the couple’s rehearsal dinner:
We also created an anniversary tier for the couple, but unfortunately we don’t have a photo of that one!
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