Birthday Cakes

Baby Duck Cake
Baby Duck Cake

3 Tier Gold and White Cake
ROBLOX
ROBLOX Birthday Cake
Sponge Bob and Pineapple
Inspired by “Sponge Bob” Cake
Sugar Skull Cake
Sugar Skull Cake
Sugar Skull Cake
Sugar Skull Cake
Darth Vader
Inspired by “Star Wars Darth Vader” Cake
Cars
Inspired by “Cars” Cake
Frozen
Inspired by “Frozen” Cake
Diamond Pattern Cake
White Diamond Pattern with Blue Accents Cake
Spiderman Cake
Spiderman Buttercream Cake
Pink Owl Cake
Pink Owl Cake
Franzia Wine Cake
Franzia Wine Cake
Pirate Ship Cake
Pirate Ship Cake
Pirate Ship Cake
Pirate Ship Cake

 

Inspired by Cars 3 Tier Cake
Inspired by Cars 3 Tier Cake
Hello Kitty Cat
Hello Kitty Cat
Inspired by Elmo Cake
Inspired by Elmo Cake

JD Old No. 7 Cake
JD Old No. 7 Cake
JD Old No. 7 Cake
JD Old No. 7 Cake
Inspired by Minnie Mouse Cake
Inspired by Minnie Mouse Cake
Inspired by "Toy Story" Cake
Inspired by “Toy Story” Cake
Wilson Football Cake
Wilson Football Cake
Inspired by "Sesame Street" Cake
Inspired by “Sesame Street” Cake
NY Wilson Football Cake
NY Wilson Football Cake
Helicopter and Plane Cakes
Helicopter and Plane Cakes
Gravedigger Monster Truck Cake
Gravedigger Monster Truck Cake
Rawlings Baseball Cake
Rawlings Baseball Cake
Rawlings Baseball Cake
Rawlings Baseball Cake
Las Vegas Poker Cake
Las Vegas Poker Cake
NY Football and Grill Cake
NY Football and Grill Cake
Hennessy Bottle Cake
Hennessy Bottle Cake
Inspired by "Nemo" Cake
Inspired by “Nemo” Cake
Dress Shoes Cake
Dress Shoes Cake
Inspired by "Go Diego" Cake
Inspired by “Go Diego” Cake
Inspired by "Mickey Mouse" Hat and Shorts Cake
Inspired by “Mickey Mouse” Hat and Shorts Cake
Uno 3 Tier Cake
Uno 3 Tier Cake
Sock Monkey Themed Cake
Sock Monkey Themed Cake
Inspired by "Sponge Bob" Cake and Cupcakes
Inspired by “Sponge Bob” Cake and Cupcakes
BMW Themed Cake
BMW Themed Cake
Ohio State Cake
Ohio State Cake
Ohio State Cake
Ohio State Cake

Wine Bottle Cake
Wine Bottle Cake
Wine Barrel Cake
Wine Barrel Cake
Football Cake
Football Cake
Owl Look Whooo Cake
Owl Look Whooo Cake
Inspired by "Oscar The Grouch" Cake
Inspired by “Oscar The Grouch” Cake
Inspired by "Iron Man" Cake
Inspired by “Iron Man” Cake
Inspired by "Thomas The Train" Cake
Inspired by “Thomas The Train” Cake

 

Little Blue Truck Cake
Little Blue Truck Cake

Did you know……

A birthday cake is a cake eaten as part of a birthday celebration in many world traditions. Variations of the typical birthday cake include birthday cupcakes, cake pops, pastries, and tarts. While there is not a universal standard regarding taste, birthday cakes are often vanilla-, chocolate-, or strawberry-flavored. They are also baked in a variety of shapes and decorated in one color or multiple colors with icing or fondant.

Birthday cakes have been a part of birthday celebrations in Western European countries since the middle of the 19th century. However, the link between cakes and birthday celebrations may date back to ancient Roman times.

In classical Roman culture, ‘cakes’ were occasionally served at special birthdays and at weddings. These were flat circles made from flour and nuts, leavened with yeast, and sweetened with honey.

In the 15th century, bakeries in Germany began to market one-layer cakes for customers’ birthdays as opposed to only marketing cakes for weddings, and thus the modern birthday cake was born.During the 17th century, the birthday cake took on its contemporary form. These elaborate 17th century cakes had many aspects of the contemporary birthday cake, like multiple layers, icing, and decorations. However, these cakes were only available to the very wealthy. Birthday cakes became accessible to the lower class as a result of the industrial revolution and the spread of more materials and goods.

The cake is served to a person on their birthday. In contemporary Western cultures, the one individual being celebrated will blow out a number of candles on the cake.

There is no standard for birthday cakes, though the “Happy Birthday” song is often sung while the cake is served in English-speaking countries, or an equivalent birthday song in the appropriate language of the country. The phrase “Happy Birthday” did not appear on birthday cakes until the song “Happy Birthday to You” was popularized in the early 1900s. Variations of birthday songs and rituals exist in different parts of the world. In Uruguay, party guests touch the person’s shoulder or head following the singing of “Happy Birthday to You”. In Ecuador, the person whose birthday it is will take a large bite of the birthday cake before it is served.

The birthday cake is often decorated with small candles, secured with special holders or simply pressed down into the cake. The cake can also be served with other sweets such as ice cream. In the UK, North America and Australia, the number of candles is equal to the age of the individual whose birthday it is, sometimes with one extra for luck. Traditionally, the person whose birthday it is makes a wish, which is thought to come true if all the candles are extinguished in a single breath.