2016 was another great year, my 28th year of being a wedding photographer. We were blessed with so many wonderful couples, we look forward to our upcoming adventures in 2017! Thank you to all of our couples who have inspired us so much, cheers to the new year! We are almost booked solid for 2017 and booking into 2018 as well. If you would like more information, please visit our website: http://www.mhuberphotography.com/
What can I say, I love cake, I love to bake them, decorate them, and I really love to see people enjoying and appreciating them. When my kids were little they got to pick any cake from the Wilton Cake Book for their birthday and I would make it for them. Back then I’m not sure, but I don’t think they had cakes with fondant, or at least I never saw them.
These are my first two attempts of cakes with fondant and I have found it to be a really fun medium to work with!
I made this cake for my daughter Athena before she went on her study abroad trip to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands:
I don’t remember the first fondant cakes I ever saw, but I really took notice the first time I saw Robin Martin’s work. She’s the decorator and owner of Gateaux Inc. and her work is amazing! This is the first cake of hers that I ever saw:
Lindsay and Adam were married in the back yard of their beautiful Lake Elmo home, which is the perfect setting for a wedding. The weather forecast had us all a little nervous as it kept saying severe thunderstorms with damaging winds and hail, but as you can see by the images, it ended up being a perfect day. Amazingly it started to rain (really hard) just as the last guests made their way to their seats under the enormous (and very sturdy) party tent, but it lasted just a few minutes and the rest of the evening was dry. Trent and I were honored to be there to document Lindsay and Adam’s wedding day, they complement one another perfectly and are both just wonderful, loving people. I don’t know how I get so lucky with such great clients but I am very grateful! Congratulations Lindsay and Adam!
Here’s the slideshow of their wedding day:
I know I don’t post on my blog very often, so you know it’s a good one when it makes it on to my blog (or rather I’m just able to find the time to post!)
Yesterday I photographed Lauren & Brandon’s engagement session-they are such a fun adventurous couple, they were so patient with me while I tried some fun stuff. Ridiculously good looking too, check them out:
The Stone Arch Bridge
The Yellow Room at the Guthrie