Tag Archive | Cupcakes for a Baby Girl

Welcoming Louise’s Baby Girl.

Baby Feet Cupcakes

Congratulations Louise!

I chose pretty pink flowers with velvety brown baby’s feet nestled safely in them because when I first saw Louise with her beautiful new baby girl I felt that her little girl could not be in the care of a more adoring or loving mother and granny.  Lisa ordered these cupcakes to celebrate the arrival of Louise’s baby girl into her life and it was appropriate to use a girly pink for the flower and a velvety brown for the feet.  We all wish you many joyful hours of kissing your baby’s beautiful feet as you watch your child learn to walk and then to run and of course to dance.  Have fun Louise and enjoy this precious journey!

To Welcome Tiny Pink Feet…

Pink & Lime Green Baby Shower Cupcakes

Pink & Lime Green Baby Shower Cupcakes

I added 2 baby pink feet to embossed pastel green flowers for these cupcakes that Alison ordered to welcome a new baby girl into their family. They look so cute nestled in the flower on these cupcakes. The teddies I molded from a sculpey clay mold and added a pastel green flower to it before settling it on to the cupcake with some rolled sugar paste roses. The pink sugar paste boottees with their green blossoms and pastel green babygros with their blossom buttons  complete this baby girl cupcake order. I hope these only enhanced this special day for you and your family Alison.

“Pink bows and pretty things, Fancy dresses and golden rings, Little girl wishes and princess dreams, She dances on stars and moonlight beams.” – Veronica Curtis

Giuliana’s Christening Cupcakes

Christening Cupcakes

To celebrate the christening of her little girl, Giuliana, Penny ordered these pink and white christening cupcakes.  In keeping with the colour scheme I did vanilla cupcakes with a creamy vanilla icing, strawberry cupcakes with a pastel pink strawberry icing and chocolate cupcakes with a light midnight velvet chocolate icing.  The sugar paste flowers were embossed and layered and then topped with the initial G for Giuliana. I finished the G with a small sugar paste blossom button.  On the single embossed flowers I put small moulded babies feet to represent the journey Giuliana’s feet will soon embark on as she grows into a little girl.  To signify the religious importance of this celebration I moulded crosses from sugar paste and finished them with a small white rose.

I love my new jem cutter easy rose and I made some pink roses and placed these either singly on the iced cupcakes or some in a white embossed flower.  For a contrast to the larger decorations I made small daisies and blossoms for the remaining cupcakes and the overall effect of all these decorations and the sugar pearls was really pretty. Congratulations Penny to you and your family on your daughter’s Christening and may she bring much joy and laughter into your lives.

Christening Cupcakes

Christening Cupcakes