My cousin Emily held a gorgeous southern wedding this October. Her colors were grey and yellow, and she used Chevron stripes as a design element throughout the space. The monogram B was to represent her newly married name. Congrats again, Em and Ryan!
This cute little guy is Timmy the Sheep. He's a favorite of my buddy Spencer, who had a Timmy Time themed first birthday party.
Stage 62 did an excellent production of The Wedding Singer. On opening night they held a fun "cookie reception" following their performance. I made this platter of 80's themed cookies to keep with the theme.
My friend Julie is godmother to a new baby girl and I made these monogram cookies for her baptism. So. Many. Letters! I do really like the royal icing transfer technique though...and employed it in the cookies below, as well.
These pink and blue onsies were for a gender reveal party. Sadly the bakery accidentally let it slip to the mom-to-be when she picked up the cake, but at least it was a surprise for her husband and family. It's a boy! Congrats Aaron and Amanda!
This is my cookie representation of our friends' pup Governor. Isn't that the best possible name for an English Bulldog? These were made for a housewarming party. Congratulations on your beautiful new home, Patrick, Josh and Gov!
I was lucky enough to make Christmas cookies for several people this season. I thought this was a festive little assortment! The penguin was the big hit, but I was partial to the JOY and the candy canes. I can't believe the holidays have already come and gone. I'm lobbying to keep our tree up for another week.
It was particularly nice to end the year making these cookies. These were for a New Year's Eve engagement party. We gathered in Amazing Books downtown and then went to check out First Night. Congratulations Kathi and Amy, thanks for letting us help you celebrate!