After I have discovered the now-famous Maria Felton’s Nikon D700 birthday cake, I have been paying more attention to the sweet cameras everywhere. Let me introduce you to some of the other creations.
Let us start with Anne Heap of the “Pink Cake Box”. The story behind this birthday cake is “that the birthday boy Paul is a photographer who specializes in photographing bands (sounds like a fun job!). So to honor his birthday we included a cake replica of his Nikon SLR Camera along with a portrait of one of his photos.”
And a week later, the “Pink Cake Box” received a request from another customer who wanted to create a surprise camera replica cake for her father. “Inside the Nikon Digital SLR camera was carrot cake with vanilla buttercream. The event took place at Maggiano’s restaurant in Bridgewater, NJ. Happy Birthday—we hope the father was surprised!”
As shisharka says about the next cake: “A picture-taking freak myself (read 1,200 pics from a week in Rome) I’ve been dying to make a camera cake! Made for a friend’s b-day, who’s just as camera-crazy. 11″x15″ sheet, cut in 4 stripes, 3 stacked for the body, last cut into rounds for lenses and a standing battery compartment. Marble cake, filled w/ vanilla pastry creme, frosted w/ mocha SMBC and covered in SatinIce. I could have been more elaborate in the look-alikeness to the actual model, but I only had a couple of hours to play with it…”
This cake was created by Frederick Van Johnson‘s friend Lisa… who also happens to be a pastry chef.
On the next photos, Stephen Balson shows us the birthday cake he got on the first weekend of May 2009. “Here is my cake from last weekend I got for my birthday. A local shop (Wollongong) made it from pictures my wife gave them from the web.”
Beautifulcakesandbridals.com created this Canon cake.
The next Marzipan Camera Birthday Cake was baked by CookiePursonality.
This Minolta cake was baked by SJayneI.
I will be adding more cakes to the list, as I find them.
06. 05. 2009