Private Lessons and Parties

Should your son or daughter be turning another year older and you’re struggling to figure out how to make it special?  Do you need a special project for your girl scout troop? Or are you trying to think of a fun way to host Ladies Night?  A Cake Decorating Party is a fun and original way to host any event.

Children’s Parties:

Recommended for children between the ages of 6-14.  The project is tailored to your child and  their age group.  For children ages 6-10 years cupcakes and basic piping techniques to achieve an original project is best.

From the Book Hello Cupcake

From the Book Hello Cupcake

For older students and adults more challenging projects like purse cakes or the Chuck Taylor cake (below) can be accomplished in a few hours. Cake parties are great entertainment and a source of accomplishment for you and your  party goers, and you won’t have to spend time shopping for the cake.

For children’s birthday cupcakes, all frosting, and all decorating supplies are included with the party.   I specialize in food sensitivities and can easily cater to those with lactose and egg allergies.

Childrens Parties typically last an 1 and 1/2 -2 hours.

For girl scout troops or parties with an academic focus the project can be specially tailored to meeting badge or class requirements.

Ladies Night Parties

Last 2 and 1/2 hours.  I recommend all participants bring their own cake and a bakery box of cake to transport finished product.  I will provide, frosting, fondant, and decorating supplies.

Private Lessons

I give private lessons to large and small groups as well as individually, when my schedule premits.  If interested in exploring a particular technique please email me with what you are interested in learning and the training / classes (if any) you’ve taken.

All rates are based on number of participants and project.  Interested in hosting a cake party or taking a lesson email


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