Monday, April 23, 2012

An Inspired Event

These cookies were made for a local event planning company, An Inspired Event -

The photos below were taken at the Unveiled Bridal Fair at the Rengstorff House in Mountain View by Story of Us -

Red Egg Cookies, Logo Cookies & Baby Shower Cookies!

I didn't make any Easter cookies this year but made egg cookies AFTER Easter for a Red Egg and Ginger Party. I had never heard of a Red Egg & Ginger party but it is to celebrate a baby's first month in the Chinese culture. It is hard to tell in the picture but the name is painted in gold. I think it would have looked nicer in gold edible glitter.

New Relic logo cookies and "got nerd?" cookies in the got milk? font.
The picture below is actually my second round of making these cookies. I originally did the logo as an edible image but found it hard to do an oval border so the logo lost a bit of its shape. A hand piped cookie like the one below is always more fun than an edible image cookie I think.

These were for a baby shower last weekend. The invitation had a chevron print on the bottom so I thought I'd add it to the onesie cookies. I used Americolor Xmas Red and Terracotta to get the coral royal icing color below (in case anyone is wondering!)

Baby Shower Invitation, Elephant Baby Shower, Vintage Baby Shower Invitation (PRINTABLE)

These car cookies were actually for a baby shower. The father wanted a car cookie because the onesie, rocking horse, and bottle cookies were too "girly"...Somehow a vintage car seemed to go better with baby shower cookies than a Ferrari so I decided to do a vintage porsche.

Corset Cookies for a Bachelorette Party

Ooh la la... These lingerie/corset cookies were for a bachelorette party. I wasn't a huge fan of the purple and red but those were the colors of the party.

Cowboy Cookies

These cookies were for a cowboy themed birthday party a while back - a cowboy hat cookie, cowboy boot cookie, and number "3" sheriff stars. Giddy up!