Teddy bear party
Teddy bear party
Baby Chaos - Baby Shower Cake
Baby Chaos - Baby Shower Cake
Baby Shower Cupcakes
Baby Shower Cupcakes
The Semi-Naked Pecan, Maple & Caramel Drip Cake is a buttercream iced cake. If you like sticky toffee pudding, you’ll love this cake and it’s great for a dessert cake! The cake is 4″ deep. The berries are edible but may vary due to seasonality and availability.
The Semi-Naked Pecan, Maple & Caramel Drip Cake is a buttercream iced cake. If you like sticky toffee pudding, you’ll love this cake and it’s great for a dessert cake! The cake is 4″ deep. The berries are edible but may vary due to seasonality and availability.
The Owl Cake is a fondant iced cake. You have the option of a single tier or 2 tier cake. Each tier is 4″ deep so a two tier cake will have an overall height of 8″.  This cake is available in a selection of pastel colours. All sugar elements are hand made and edible.
The Owl Cake is a fondant iced cake. You have the option of a single tier or 2 tier cake. Each tier is 4″ deep so a two tier cake will have an overall height of 8″. This cake is available in a selection of pastel colours. All sugar elements are hand made and edible.
Twin Boys Christening Cake
Twin Boys Christening Cake
Nora - Elephant and balloons christening cake
Nora - Elephant and balloons christening cake
Prices starting from €120.00
Prices starting from €120.00
Peter rabbit cake 💕
Peter rabbit cake 💕
Lihn - Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Babyshower cake.  Price starts at €140
Lihn - Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Babyshower cake. Price starts at €140
teddy bear hot air balloon custom christening cake
teddy bear hot air balloon custom christening cake
Dancing Bear Cake
Dancing Bear Cake
Baby Shower Cupcakes.  Prices start at €2.50
Baby Shower Cupcakes. Prices start at €2.50
Vintage style cupcakes
Vintage style cupcakes
Baby shower cupcakes
Baby shower cupcakes
Baby shower cupcakes
Baby shower cupcakes
Pastel ruffles celebration cake
Pastel ruffles celebration cake
Boys christening cake
Boys christening cake
Baby shower stork cake
Baby shower stork cake
Boys christening cake with teddy bear topper
Boys christening cake with teddy bear topper
Bespoke, handpainted, royal iced Beatrix Potter cookies (€3 - €8 minimum order 12)
Bespoke, handpainted, royal iced Beatrix Potter cookies (€3 - €8 minimum order 12)
Christening cupcakes
Christening cupcakes
Christening cake, sugar flowers, wooden topper
Christening cake, sugar flowers, wooden topper
An amazing two tier christening cake made with tartan print to match the little boys outfit
An amazing two tier christening cake made with tartan print to match the little boys outfit
birthday cake, cake for boys, zoo themed
birthday cake, cake for boys, zoo themed
Bunny topper, cake for girls
Bunny topper, cake for girls
Baby shower cupcakes
Baby shower cupcakes
Beatrix Potter Christening Cake
Beatrix Potter Christening Cake
Guilded Gold Christening Cake
Guilded Gold Christening Cake
Bootie & Block Christening Cake
Bootie & Block Christening Cake
Baby Shower Cupcakes
Baby Shower Cupcakes
Baby Shower Cake
Baby Shower Cake
New home / house warming
New home / house warming
Vegan Mississippi mud pie cupcakes
Vegan Mississippi mud pie cupcakes

Tips for Baby Shower Cakes

Gender Reveal Baby Shower Cakes: How to Do it Right

Gender reveal parties are a huge trend right now but incorporating the big reveal into your shower takes a bit of finesse to pull it off smoothly.

1. Consider lots of options. Many people opt for baby shower cakes that have candy filling or are solid pink or blue on the inside for the reveal. However, cake cops, cookies, cupcakes, and all sorts of variations are possible too. If you like the traditional choices best, run with it, but don’t be afraid to go with something a little unconventional if it suits you better.

2. Plan it out with your caker. If you see a design on Bakers & Cakers, you can connect directly with the caker who made it. Chat with him or her about your preferences and what ideas they have before nailing down the details.

3. Make sure you’ll have the results well in advance. Your caker may need to know if you’re expecting a boy or girl weeks in advance to allow time for ordering supplies. Allow extra time for this and for “shy” babies who may not want to reveal their gender at the first ultrasound.

4. Consider using a gender-neutral theme. Naturally, a lot of fun can be had with the gender reveal, but bear in mind many guests won’t know what to bring as a gift if your whole theme surrounds the reveal. Offer them some inspiration by choosing a theme which coordinates with any supplies or décor you’ve already purchased.

5. Let your guests know about the reveal on the invite. Let people know about the reveal on the invite to save yourself time answering questions about it later and to build up excitement.

6. Play it up. Create games around the reveal, such as leveraging old wives’ tales to predict the gender or letting people guess which gender the baby is and offer prizes to those who guess right. You can also do things like taking photos of the group with props to signify their guesses or have signature books to log them.

Tips for Throwing a Great Baby Shower

If you’re the mum-to-be, relax. It can be tempting to try to manage it all, but if you have friends who are willing and excited to help, let them tackle the details.

Only keep the traditions that matter to you. Want to have a soiree or brunch instead of a shower? Go for it. Want to invite men and children? Have at it. Expecting your third child and not sure a shower’s in order? Call it a sprinkle and celebrate the new life! Most of the traditional rules have been thrown out the window by the modern woman, so keep the ones you like and create new ones when the old don’t suit you.

Load them up with food and mocktails. More and more women are going with a full meal and mocktails in addition to baby shower cakes instead of finger foods alone. It doesn’t really matter what you serve, but make sure there’s ample food, drinks, and sweets for everyone.

Get crafty. Bring everyone together for a craft session. Consider having everyone decorate a onesie or other article of clothing. A popular alternative to this is to have guests decorate a quilting square. This works particularly well if a guest in attendance is a talented seamstress and can bring them all together to create a blanket.

Have fun. Try to avoid some of the common games that can make people feel out of place or awkward, like guessing the circumference of the mum-to-be’s tummy. Passive games may work best, but consider the crowd. For example you could give each person one item, like a clothespin or necklace on the way in and establish a forbidden word like “baby.” If someone catches the guest using the word, they get to collect their item. The person with the most at the end wins. A who’s who guessing game using baby photos of attendees can also be entertaining and people can register their guesses as the party goes on.