Sunday, January 31, 2010


Planet Cake has been a hive of activity this week as the year is well and truly in full swing. The guys and gals in the office have been working away making delicious goody bags for our Dream Team demo, while the studio has been bursting with its next batch of ground breaking edible creations.

2010 sees a new era for Planet Cake as we continue to push boundaries to bring you the most innovative, unique, and let’s face it, just plain cool cakes.

One of the major challenges of our job here is the process of turning a concept into a cake. While our guys ARE the best, sometimes they have to perform minor miracles for this to happen. This fabulous self-designed seventh birthday cake, by a very talented young boy who had a great time working with Antony at PC, is a great example of the process from


…to cake!

A future in cake design perhaps?

Next up this week, is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s Margie and her amazing realistic Superman figurines! While she makes it look like a piece of cake (pardon the pun, even I have to admit that one was pretty bad!), realistic figurines like this can take up to three days to create, although we think the end result is well worth it!

We love a unique wedding cake at PC, and this one created for a couple of big Superman fans is no exception

With all these quirky and unique cakes, believe it or not, sometimes the most difficult cakes to design and execute are the hardest, and a clean, show-stopping simple black and white cake like this is a true credit to both designer and artist. The stand out this week was certainly this two tier black and white, which is set to become a modern classic:

Be sure to check out the blog later in the week for all the photos of the Dream Team Demo which happened at the Citigate Hotel yesterday. The day was a huge success and a big thank you to all those who made it such a special day.
Thea x


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