Sunday, October 18, 2009

Back to the Future DeLorean Cake

This weekend our very good friends Greg and Kristin were married at Welcome Valley Village in Benton, Tennessee - very close to the Ocoee River. It was a beautifully rustic little place and we had a blast! Even though we deliver cakes to weddings almost every weekend, we rarely get to go to one. Greg is a big Back to the Future fan, and wanted a Delorean cake as his grooms cake. Greg was really happy with it (as were we) and there was a lot of people there that didn't believe it was cake. I stopped counting the Ace of Cakes references at somewhere around 20!

A while back we purchased Mike McCary's Cakenology DVD and ever since we have wanted to give it a shot. Chad and I worked on this cake over 24 hours, but we had an absolute blast making it. Mike certainly makes it look easy, but he gives excellent instruction.

Speaking of Mike McCary and instruction, tomorrow I will be attending Mike's modeling chocolate class at the Nicholas Lodge school in Atlanta. I am absolutely giddy with excitement. I got my first experience working with modeling chocolate on this car and I am really in love with it. I see Chad making lots more modeling chocolate in our future!!

Everyone have a great week and Congratulations Greg & Kristin! Have a great time in Key West!!

7 comments:

  1. You guys are so talented! This is an exquisite creation!

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  2. Jenniffer ~ absolutely great! Back to the Future was on TV today and I watched it....your cake is really amazing. Have fun in class, then come back and teach us something!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Wow that is so awesome! I'm a big BTTF fan too.

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  4. This is amazing! So creative! My husband would love it!
    You are incredibly gifted!

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  5. wowwwww amazing, my sun love back to the future.... good job,
    gran trabajo besos desde España.

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