Picture a sculpted cake fit for a and shrink it down to the size of a cupcake and there you have a cakelet.
Known also as mini cakes or petite cakes, cakelets are a 1-2 serving of cake sculpted and decorated into any shape you can imagine. A dessert such as this is special, created solely for the recipient or guest of honor to fancy and enjoy.
Cupcake Owner and Designer, Amy Eilert has been creating artistically sculpted cakelets since 2006. Since launching Cupcake Envy, Christina Kastendike came aboard creating a dynamic duo launching Cupcake Envy into the national spotlight. Founded in , Cupcake Envy is a totally new concept in custom gifts. Their cakelet designs range from delicate little purses and charming pots of flowers to pears and sushi all of which are created out of moist and delicious cake.
Cupcake Envy offers 2 sizes for most designs; 1-2 servings or 3-4 servings. They offer customers many options to customize their cakelet so that it truly celebrates the recipient.
Cupcake Envy has been featured in Bride’s Magazine along with numerous online publications and blogs including Daily Candy and brides.com, ABC11. Cupcake Envy’s dress cakelets made their first TV appearance on Ugly Betty where they adorned the main hallway of Mode Magazine, aired in January 2010.
Cupcake Envy also teaches classes in Raleigh, NC area as well as nationwide. Amy will be a guest judge at the 2010 That Takes the Cake Sugar Art and Cake Competition in Austin, TX. as well as other guest appearances throughout the country.
Need a new and different idea for gift giving this year?
Now, our most popular cakelets are a point and a click away, making it easy for you to get your special designshipped and into the hands of your special someone. Need a special design shipped now? No problem, Cupcake Envy has been shipping custom orders since 2007.
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