This page will have lots of ideas for cakes and other treats for various events and parties.

See no evil, hear no evil, do no evil cake


Basket of apples cupcakes


Magician’s cake


Bird cake


Ice skating birthday cake


Chocolate houses

Handbag Mothers Day cake



Pavlova tower cake


Baptism cake


Easter cake


Gingerbread castle


Shoes and handbags cake


Doll cake


Rainbow fairy cake


Chocolate cakes

Train station cake and chocolate train


Gingerbread chapel

First Holy Communion cake

Guy Fawkes evening cake

Halloween gingerbread mansion

Fondant five cake


Christmas cakes and ideas





Cakes using flowers

General flowers


Poppies cake

Roses cakes


Watering can cake

Protea flower cake

Peony cake

Gingerbread houses

Bridal shower cakes

Birthday cakes

Beehive cake

Ideas for a fishing boy party

Ideas for a bookworm party

Ideas for a fairy party

Ideas for a soccer party

Ideas for an artists party


Ideas for a girls animated planes and helicopters party

Ideas for a beach birthday party

Ideas for a Hello Kitty party

Ideas for a Minecraft party


Ideas for a sewing party

 Ideas for a warrior party

Ideas for an Egyptian party

Ideas for a Star Wars birthday party

The dark side


The light side



19 thoughts on “Cakes for different events

  1. You are SO creative, Robbie. Even before I went gluten free I was never much of a baker, but I always loved the specialty cakes in bakery windows. You could probably put them out of business.

    Probably a dumb questions, but can you eat fondant figures? If you don’t, how long do they keep?
    (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie – ADDandSoMuchMORE dot com)
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    1. Thank you, Madelyn. You can eat fondant figures but they are very sweet. If you don’t eat them they last for quite a long time – up to one year. Some people I have made these for have kept them that long. I don’t usually keep them for more than 3 months thought – I don’t like the idea of keeping edibles for to long.

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      1. Thanks for responding, Robbie. Does that mean that there is less sugar in the fondant they cover cakes with when they want a very smooth surface (in place of bumpy icing)? Also, how are marzipan (like used to make fruit decorations) and fondant different?

        You are the only person I’ve ever known who does this, so you’re getting all the questions. 🙂

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      2. I am pleased that you are so interested so happy to answer your questions. Fondant creates that lovely smooth and glossy finish you often see on cakes. Generally you would only use fondant icing for a sponge cake though, it doesn’t work as well if the cake is very rich and moist as the moisture doesn’t go well with fondant. You need to apply a thin layer of butter icing or jam to the surface of the cake so that the fondant will stick to it. Fondant is very sweet. There are other icings that I sometimes use which are less smooth. I like butter icing which tastes really yummy and royal icing which sets really hard. I use royal icing like cake glue usually. For a less sweet icing, cream cheese icing is very nice. I use cream cheese icing for rich cakes like red velvet or carrot cake. I have made figures out of marzipan but I prefer fondant because it is easier to work with (just like play dough) and also I find a lot of people don’t like marzipan.


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