It all started with my elder son’s 2nd birthday. While I made a very basic banana cake for his 1st birthday (without sugar as I was following healthy food recommendations for a baby), I got very excited when the opportunity came to make a proper, big, sweet cake. I was determined to make a very special cake for him and put my baking skills to the test. In the end, I didn’t make just one cake, that month I made two as we held two birthday parties for him (one a family party and the other one for his baby friends). Honestly, it was a challenge but I enjoyed it. Since then I’ve spent many hours baking, cutting, shaping and decorating original birthday cakes for my sons and year after year I’ve been slowly expanding my collection of creative cake designs.
It’s so nice to be able to look back at the pictures and remember the lovely times we celebrated together. Well, the cakes never lasted very long and the only memory we have left of them are the pictures we took. The pictures that remind us how special each year was.
PS: Unfortunately the quality of the pictures wasn’t always amazing and to my sadness, we didn’t photograph all of the cakes. There was one year when we didn’t take a single picture at my son’s party. We were so committed to taking care of our guests and making sure that everyone was entertained and fed that we completely forgot to grab the camera and shoot a few photographs.
This is my small cake photo gallery.
The Train Cake, February 2012
The Steamboat Cake, February 2012
The Elephant Cake, November 2014
The Dragon’s Egg Cake, February 2015
The Racing Car Cake, November 2015
The Pirate Hat Cake, February 2016
The Treasure Chest Cake, November 2016
The Bat Cake, February 2017
The Dragon Cake, November 2017
The Avenger cake, February 2018
Pirate Skull Cake, November 2018
Minecraft Creeper Cake, February 2019