We custom make your cake using nearly fifty years of combined experience. (Yes, 50!) We have 1000's of cake designs in our repertoire.
You can feature any type of object, place, dog, boot, tank, plane, cat ... yes .... as the sugary centerpiece of your event.
We've streamlined our processes so that you can order up the cake of your dreams from your couch, on your lunch break, or while you're walking your dog. (And btw, wouldn't he look great on your cake?!)
Purchase a tasting kit featuring six of our original flavors and schedule a time for us to deliver it to you. Eat the cake. Swooning is optional.
Help us get the dough rolling. We will ask you all the particulars about your spectacular event so that we are best prepared to help you envision and design your dream cake.
Your time is valuable and we want to make the most of it. Let's have a quick phone meeting or video chat, about 30 minutes, and we'll sketch up, nail down, and smooth out your perfect cake. Schedule session below.
Place a deposit for your cake and sign your contract. Final payment will be due one month before your event date. We will contact you a couple of weeks before your event to verify the details of your delivery. No muss, no fuss, just frosting.
Bronwen Weber started her 30 year career in a small bakery in Acton, Ontario. She has spent her time as a cake decorator, dish washer, a cake designer, pan cleaner, a baker, bakery manager, piping bag lady, a management trainer, and cake decorating skills writer and columnist, did we mention dish washer? Bronwen’s passion is teaching the art of cake and she is a former Pastry Chef Instructor at the TCA, a Cordon Bleu School in Austin, Texas.
For 14 years, Bronwen was the heart of Frosted Art, a bakery with a 70 year history, once owned by Neiman Marcus and now sadly, closed by it’s current owner. Currently she focuses on her new ghost bakery, Bronwen Cakes, with her longtime friend/fauxbrother/PIA/former-sous-chef, Ryan Coffey. The two of them, along with BFF Chef Kristie Sasser, also teach and consult for bakeries around the world.
Her prolific TV career started with her cake “Bombay Romance” which was featured on Food Network’s “Here Comes the Cake” production. Subsequent appearances on more than 35 of the Food Network Challenge competitions resulted in more gold medal wins than any other chef on the network. Food Network granted her the title of Cake Challenge Champion. Two series followed in 2018, Dallas Cakes and Ridiculous Cakes. Episodes can be seen on demand on the Food Network.
In 2010, she was named in Pastry Professional’s inaugural list as one of the top ten cake artists in North America. In 2014, she was named top 25 most influential pastry chefs in America by Bake magazine and in 2018 they listed her among the top 20 educators in the country. AND- If there is ever an award for pan washer/greaser, we think she’d be a top contender.