Donna Joy provides limited custom cakes after 24 years running a full service Bakery Cafe she now can do what she enjoys the best, Special Event Cakes.
She books up fast so contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
With the cost weddings increasing many Sedona Brides and Grooms are selecting to have a more intimate wedding with all the bells and whistles. For example they select to have 45 guest or less but do most of the elements in a manner that captures them. Creating a smaller cake may not be less time from the cake artist standpoint, as we will scratch bake the cake the day before the wedding, make homemade fondant and filling. Our Pastry Chef and Cake Artist Donna Joy custom creates the sugar flowers. So even our smaller cakes are work of art, blending the science of baking along with the art of sculpting, creating and crafting the cake.
We loved this one. A smaller wedding were the couple got married in Tlaquepaque, an award winning wedding venue and had their reception at Rene’s a upscale restaurant with gourmet European cuisine. Rene’s a local favorite has also won many awards for their awesome ambiance and food.
The Bride wanted a cake that sang. The Orange fondant cake was done in a smaller serving size, then the cake was adorned with edible rice paper butterflies. The flavor of the cake was Donna Joy’s Gluten Free Carrot Cake so that everyone at the wedding party could enjoy.
The next cake was created for a beautiful wedding at Amara Resort. The couple also having an intimate wedding selected to create the custom cake slighting larger with the theme of Day of the Dead. This adorable cake topper was provided by the Bride & Groom. The square fondant cake was stenciled in a black floral vine. The cake was adorned with Donna Joy’s hand made pastillage sugar flowers.
Everyone at Sedona Sweet Arts loves creating works of art for every size wedding. To see more wedding cakes check out Sedona Wedding Cakes. To order Gluten Free products and baking mixes check out Sedona Sweet Arts on line Store.
Sedona Sweet Arts has many Brides and Grooms that know what they want. Today’s world has really open up all the possibilities for a coup getting married. Tiffany Blue, Black , and White were the color theme. Simple with a touch a nature was what this couple was looking for. They came in prepared. They had a color swatch for us to match the fondant to. They knew they wanted a Tiffany blue canvas of fondant with a branch and white flowers with black centers.
Sedona has many perfect wedding venues for every style and size wedding. Custom Sedona Wedding Cakes can be created just for you. To see more of Sedona Sweet Arts cake please “like” us on Facebook
Lately we become dreaming of ruffles….. yes Sugar ruffles. Cake and Ruffles…… We have a few new designs in the works but check out these two sweet cakes.
Classic and fun Yellow and Gray colors for a wedding……….. Check out all the fondant gray ruffle cascading the cake.
I love this cake! Ruffles run up the sides of cake. Then it adorned with hand sculpted sugar flowers by Pastry chef and Culinary Artist Donna Joy. Don’t you love the texture of the cake?
How Sweet is this? Smooth buttercream canvas is the cake, accented with yummy chocolate swirls then adorned with hand sculpted sugar Calla Lilies by Donna Joy of Sedona Sweet Arts. The design is a Donna Joy’s original created for a Bride getting married in beautiful Tlaquepaque Chapel in Sedona Arizona. Tlaquepaque unique flare of Old World charm creates a romantic location.
Changing the colors of the Calla lilies to fit the Wedding decor. Davids Bridal “Pool” colored Calla Lilies.
Check out more of Sedona Sweet Arts work at their web site.
How fun is this cake? Make for a Nintendo lover and a foodie. The cake was scaled larger than a real Nintendo Console in order to get enough servings for the cake.
Filled with a light white velvet cake, whip cream & strawberries. The entire cake is edible, no faux or rice krispies in this sugar masterpiece. This fun cake was created by the folks at Sedona Sweet Arts
Being in Sedona Arizona Brides are looking to bring a bit of the desert or Southwest flare into the cake design. After being asked a few time to put real cactus or succulents on a cake I created these cakes using pastillage sugar and marzipan. I can’t even image putting a real cactus on a cake…..ouch!
Here is a sweet cake with a Bride and Groom made from Marzipan into the shape of a Cactus Bride & Groom.
Tuscan finished buttercream creates the canvas for this wedding cake. Sugar rocks surround the Marzipan cactus Bride & Groom.