We’ve been charmed by a lot of owl cakes over the years. But let’s face it. Adorable owl cakes just never get old…. who can resist those big eyes? Especially when they come with an extra helping of sweet girly-girl fun. So today we have a new owl cake to love! A darling first birthday cake, created by Rebecca Sutterby, owner of Sugar Creations in Kansas. Shades of pink and frilly ruffles are tied together with a gorgeous pink bow. While damask and pearls add a touch of sweet elegance. Only to be topped with the most delightful little owl with big blue eyes and a tiny pink bow. It’s definitely awe-inducing! And just wait until you see the matching smash cake! Let’s take a look at today’s Frilly Pink Owl Cake.
Rebecca of Sugar Creations gives us the scoop on her design:
“The cake was for a first birthday, as you can see. The theme started with the Owl party ware that the client picked out. But they were having the party at a Bed & Breakfast, so they asked me to incorporate a damask print and pearls to make it a little more fancy. The ruffles around the base are fondant. The damask is stenciled royal. The pearls, bow, & owl are gumpaste. And the smash cake was a little 6″ round. ”
Oh for the love of owls and all things cute! So many little details, meticulously brought together into one seriously fabulous design. A very special thank you to Rebecca Sutterby of Sugar Creations for sharing her incredible Frilly Pink Owl Cake with us today!
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Cake: Sugar Creations
Baking for fun says
So beautiful! As all the other cakes are!
Creative Printables says
Stunning! I’m amazed at what you can do with gumpaste.
Lovely – a great combination between really cute and stylish!
So cute….you are truly talented!
Country Flora says
really great post, Cakes are important life and natural flavor.
Kathleen Richardson says
Carrie, Thank you for featuring Rebecca’s clever and beautiful owl cake.
Your 21st USA says
Absolutely stunning. So neat and tidy – a truly beautiful cake design. Would love to feature some of your cakes on our websites
Love the cake,How do I make “cake requests”and get price quotes??Thank You.