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Contact: Holly Kenimer
phone: (561) 389-3344
e-mail: sweet_tooth_cakes@comcast.net

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

For Bailey's birthday party, she chose an Alice in Wonderland theme. Her mom, my friend Amy, went all out with the decorating, so I wanted to make sure this cake was everything she wanted and more! This was a challenging but very fun cake to make and I was thrilled with the end result.

The cake was a french vanilla with vanilla buttercream and included a layer of red velvet cake with a cream cheese filling. The teapot was made of rice crispie treats and covered in fondant. All flowers and decorations were made from fondant and gum paste.

Cain Wedding

I had the privilege of making the wedding cake for Cheryl and Chris, who after 14 years, FINALLY got married! ;)
The cake was a french vanilla with vanilla buttercream. The flowers were all made from fondant and gum paste.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Longaberger Party

My friend Kaye was hosting a Longaberger Party and asked if I would make a basket cake for the event. This cake was a french vanilla with buttercream. My amazing mother was in town for this one and helped to make all the flowers for the top. Thank you, mom! I love you and credit ALL of my baking abilities to YOU!
Best part of all was that I received a "thank you basket" from Kaye! It is beautiful and I love it!

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Happy 2nd Birthday, Jake & Luke!

To celebrate the 2nd birthday of Jake and Luke, Vickie requested a Dora cake and told me to "run with it". This was a vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream. All decorations were made out of fondant.


Happy 40th Patrick!

My friend Stephanie was throwing a surprise 40th for her husband, Patrick. I was told that not only is Patrick not a "cake person" but that when he does eat cake, the only kind he will eat is Publix....until he had a Sweet Tooth cake. His favorite Sweet Tooth cake is the french vanilla with vanilla buttercream and fresh strawberries! Happy 40th, Patrick!

Monday, September 6, 2010

Autumn Themed Cake

I was thrilled and honored when Jane Smith of the Union Congregational Church asked me to be the "featured baker" for their church weddings. They are participating in the Bridal Expo and put on a "faux wedding" to take pictures which will be displayed at the Expo. This cake was made to be photographed and featured at their booth!

I was given a theme and was told to run with it! I had a blast making this cake and am looking forward to working side by side with the Church for their weddings! What an honor!

Kid Safe Foundation

Kid Safe is an amazing organization that teaches children, as well as parents, about all aspects of safety. I was honored to have been asked to not only participate in the raffle, but to make a cake for their grand opening event! Teaching children about safety is so important and is very close to my heart! I am so proud to be associated with this one-of-a-kind Organization!
The golf theme was for Jon, a Kid Safe Board Member, who was celebrating his birthday the night of the event. I incorporated his interests into the cake all while keeping with the Kid Safe logo and theme.

Friday, August 20, 2010

Rodriguez Celebration!

This year, the Rodriguez family had a lot to celebrate! Their little Carmella was celebrating her 4th birthday and baby Benicio was being Christened. I was honored to make the cakes for the big celebration!

The Christening cake was a Coconut cake with vanilla custard and pineapple curd filling.

The Princess castle cake was a vanilla cake with vanilla custard and fresh strawberry filling.

First Birthday Luau!

This cake was made for little Savannah's first birthday party. The vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream filling was covered in fondant and decorated with gum paste tiki's, flowers, grass skirt and leaves. What a FUN cake to make!

Tinker Bell

This fun Tinker Bell Cake was a vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream filling. Even tinker bell herself is edible!!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Tomeo Beach Cake

This cake was made for the beautiful Addisyn and Isabella for their 4th birthday. The cake was vanilla with buttercream. All decorations were made from fondant and airbrushed with edible paint.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

All American Super Heroes Cake

This cake was made for a little boy who loves all the super heroes! The bottom and top tier were both chocolate with a chocolate ganache filling. The middle tier was vanilla with buttercream and fresh strawberries. Each tier was covered with fondant and airbrushed. The characters were made from fondant and hand painted.

Under the Sea Cake

This cake was made for my best friend April's little ones. Her twins love Nemo and her older daughter loves Ariel....so, we combined the two! This cake was a blast to make! The coral was made from poured sugar. The cake was a vanilla bottom tier and chocolate top tier with buttercream. All characters and shells were made from fondant and air brushed.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Congratulations Ginny and Dave!

Mini cakes for Ginny and Dave's Engagement/Moving Party! "Moving Boxes" were a mix of chocolate, vanilla, and snickerdoodle cakes covered in fondant. The "little blue box" was made of rise krispie treats.
Congratulations to an amazing couple! Love you both!
small cake for the happy couple


Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Happy 1st Birthday, Sienna!

My beautiful little neighbor just celebrated her 1st birthday and her mommy asked me to make flower cupcakes for the joyous occasion. The cupcakes were a mix of vanilla, chocolate, and snickerdoodle. They were topped with buttercream frosting and mini marshmallows dipped in colored sugar. This project took quite a bit longer than I anticipated, but the end result was well worth it!


Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Mario Cake

This cake was made for Brayton who saw a photo of a Mario cake and wanted a duplicate made for his birthday party. What a sweet little boy and the look on his face when I delivered the cake is what makes me love what I do!
This cake was Chocolate on the bottom, Vanilla in the middle, and Chocolate/Vanilla layered for the top tier. All decorations are edible, including the hand-carved Mario on the top, made out of white chocolate. I also made 20 Mario cupcakes for the kids at the party. What a FUN cake to make!

Sesame Street Babies

This cake was made for twins Marin and Aidan who just celebrated their 1st birthday. The theme of their party was Sesame Street Babies. This was a chocolate/vanilla layered cake on the bottom and orange cake for the top tier. All decorations were made with gum paste.


Taro Turns 4

Mason's little friend Taro just celebrated his 4th birthday with a Star Wars themed party. The Yoda cake was vanilla and chocolate layered with an edible personalized print.

Tea for Teachers

My friend April and I just held our Annual Teacher's Appreciation Tea. This year, I decided to make individual cakes to mix it up a little bit. Two of the cakes were a Dairy-Free Orange Cake, One was Chocolate, One was Vanilla, and the last one was Vanilla and Chocolate layered. Each were covered in fondant and decorated with gum paste.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The Chili Cheese Burrito Cake

One of Wayne's co-workers loves the "Chillito" (as do I!) from Taco Bell...which you can no longer get. So, for his birthday, I made him a "Chillito Cake" ~Complete with a Burrito wrapper that the manager of Taco Bell gave to us for the cake!

The complete package!
Chocolate cake crumbled for the beef, cream cheese frosting for the sour cream, coconut (colored yellow) for the cheese, all wrapped up in vanilla fondant dusted with brown. YUM!

The Million Dollar Cake!

The Million Dollar Cake. This cake was a french vanilla with pineapple buttercream filling. Everything you see is edible. The cake was covered in fondant then topped with edible gold glitter. The bill was printed on edible paper with the birthday boys' photo in the middle (whited out to publish on my site) The AMAZING Wall Street Bull was hand-carved out of modeling chocolate by my husband and cake partner! :)

Graduation Cake

Graduation cake for my soon-to-be daughter-in-law Brittany, who LOVES stars!!
This cake was 100% decorated by Wayne. This was his first solo cake and he did a wonderful job!!!!

Twins Present Cake!

A 3-tier present cake, vanilla with vanilla buttercream and strawberries. This cake was covered in fondant and topped with a gum paste bow.

The Grave Digger!

This cake was made for a little boy who LOVES monster trucks! The cake was vanilla with buttercream. The "dirt" is graham crackers, tires on the truck were donuts. Wayne (my artistic designer!) hand painted the grave digger with edible paint.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Present Cake

Two Tiered Present Cake with bow and tag. This was a chocolate fudge cake with chocolate buttercream filling. Covered in fondant with a gum paste bow and gum paste tag.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse cake made for Lakyn and Kydan's first birthday! The cake was half chocolate with chocolate buttercream, half vanilla with strawberry buttercream. The clubhouse was made out of rice crispies treats. All details were made of gum paste.

These were Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Cupcakes (Smash Cakes) for the twins.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Winnie the Pooh

The Winnie the Pooh cake was made for Emily's twins' 1st birthday party. This was such a fun cake to make! It was a coconut cake with a chantilly cream filling with strawberries and blueberries. The cake was covered in fondant. The bees and Pooh were made from modeling chocolate and airbrushed with edible coloring.

Cherry Blossom Cake

I was asked to participate in the 9th Annual High Tea Silent Auction, sponsored by the Palm Beach Atlantic Alumni Association to benefit student scholarships. My display for the auction was this beautiful Cherry Blossom Cake. I have always wanted to make one and was so happy with the end result!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Teacher Appreciation Day

This cake was made for the teachers at my son Mason's preschool. The teachers at Holy Cross Preschool are absolutely amazing and like an extended family to me. We just love them and there aren't enough words (or cakes) to say "thank you" for all they do!

This cake was a layered chocolate and vanilla cake with buttercream frosting. The apple was made out of rice crispies treats, made with soy butter, for a teacher that is not able to eat dairy.

Mother's Day Tea

My friend Cathy requested that I make cupcakes for the Mother's Day Tea that my Multiples Playgroup was having at the Chesterfield in Palm Beach. I made the cupcakes to look like flowers and put them in flower pots as centerpieces on the tables.

The sunflower cupcakes were french vanilla. The zinnia cupcakes were dark chocolate. Everyone, including the staff at the Chesterfield, loved them!


Sunday, April 11, 2010

Aunt Lulu's Birthday!

This cake was made for my friend Annemarie's Aunt Lulu. The cake was a vanilla-coconut with a buttercream filling. The sides of the cake were covered in fresh coconut, Aunt Lulu's favorite. The butterflies and flowers are made from sugar paste.

Easter Birthday Party!

I was asked to make Easter themed cakes for a birthday party for twin boys turning two. These cakes were very fun to make! I made an Easter Egg for both Anthony and Giovanni as well as a cake for the family.

The Easter Eggs were an Angel Food cake with buttercream frosting, covered in Marshmallow Fondant.

This was a chocolate fudge and butter vanilla layer cake with buttercream frosting, covered in Marshmallow Fondant. This fun cake was topped off with peeps, jelly beans and edible Easter grass.

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Dora vs. Star Wars!

This past weekend was a very special celebration: My son's 5th birthday and my twin daughter's 3rd birthday. They are within a few weeks, so we had one combo party with two very different themes: Dora and Star Wars! I had a blast making the cakes!!!
The Dora cake is a Dark Chocolate Fudge cake with vanilla buttercream, covered in fondant. Dora, Boots and the flowers are made from gum paste. The butterflies are made from poured sugar and painted with a food paint.
The Star Wars cake was a French Vanilla cake with vanilla buttercream filling covered in fondant. The stars, space rocks and mask are made from poured sugar and painted with a food paint. The ship was made from modeling chocolate. The Lightsaber was made out of rice crispies treats and covered in fondant.