Fiction Confection

Posted by on Dec 4, 2009 in Blog | 7 Comments

A few weeks ago I stopped by  Cake Fiction in South Orange, NJ. From the moment I walked in and met Paula Tosonotti I knew I was going to love her! I was greeted by an array of sample cakes which wowed me right off the bat. I had seen some of her work on-line but was in no way prepared for what I encountered. Paula was so welcoming and when I rounded the corner past the display, I realized she had prepped the prettiest spread for me to do a little tasting. I took a seat in front of the bite sized samples and listened intently as Paula gave me the low down on the delectables and the how/why she does what she does. I always love to hear the back story on how people ended up doing whatever it is that they do. In my past life (pre-bridal/AAB) I had the pleasure of meeting and working with some truly amazing individuals, but never have I encountered anyone with the passion of those that work in THIS industry. Paula is one of these people. She loves what she does and the best part is, she does it so very well. There are SOOOOO many beautiful cakes, but here is just a little taste…
Birch Tree Bark Cake Photo
Pure White Bow CakePoppies and LiliesIvory Rose Blossoms Wedding CakeFrench Anenome Wedding CakeIvory Rose Blossoms for Wedding CakeTiffany Blue Wedding Cake with Gems and MagnoliasTiff Blue Close

Ok, so these are obvi not wedding cakes (well, you never know) but I thought they were so cute! There is also a groom’s cake or 2 in here – hint, it’s not the LV.

Blk Spider and BatsRunning WonkyBlk Ipod Grooms CakeLV Speedy

By the way Paula, I’m digging the name big time 😉




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  2. Leslie
    December 11, 2009

    the birch tree cake is unbelievably awesome!

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  4. Rachel
    February 13, 2012

    Do you girls know what the wooden material around the layers of the first cake on the page is? It can’t be wood because of the way it bends. I was just wondering what exactly it is.

    • The Blogsmaid
      February 13, 2012

      HI, it’s actually fondant designed to look like birch.


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