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- decorating supplies 35
- ornate silicone molds 37
- bird and animal molds 47
- misc. silicone molds 73
- molds-nature and misc. 82
- silicone jewel molds 96
- lace silicone molds 56
- edible butterflies 64
- wafer paper and cookies 91
- edible cake flowers 40
- gumpaste cake decor 43
- sugar gems and pearls 27
- Cake Toppers/confetti 25
- Fake Cakes 27
- tutorials-guides-digital 40
Jasmine on Mar 24, 2017
Came just in time I love it
Lisa Barlean on Mar 23, 2017
Cute! And they taste good. Can't wait to serve them as cupcake toppers at my party.
Diane Buehler on Mar 23, 2017
Wonderful as always Ty
Essentials For Inspired Decorating
Silicone molds for cakes, edible butterflies, gumpaste flowers and more cake decorating supplies...They all combine to expand your options when it comes to dressing up a special-occasion cake.
I've owned A Cake To Remember, a custom wedding cake business in Richmond VA since 1999. In 2016 I stopped doing custom cakes and started concentrating on making gumpaste flowers and other cake decorating supplies.
I also love helping other people learn to decorate cakes that will make their friends jealous...I've made THOUSANDS of cakes (seriously) and I'm glad to help people figure out what they need and how to use it to make their cake inspiration come to life.
I was an art student, and I used to design costumes for the theater. I also did a lot of gardening before I developed too many allergies, so I do enjoy combining the design part of it with flowers.
By using premade flowers and other decorations you can take a homemade or a plain cake and fancy it up to make a prettier cake than you'd be able to afford otherwise. I've sold a lot of flowers to brides who were having friends or family do the baking, but who didn't know how to make the flowers.
The silicone molds in my shop were originally intended for cake decorating only, but I've noticed that a lot of other crafters buy them to use for jewelry, candles, soap, etc. Feel free to send me any questions that you have about alternate uses for the molds, since some molds will work better for certain purposes.
I also do videos for decorators on youtube at www.youtube.com/karabuntin and sell tutorials on Etsy that are designed for decorators who want to make their own flowers. I think that anyone can learn to work with gumpaste and make beautiful flowers to put on cakes, it's just a matter of practice!
You can find me online at www.caketoremember.com
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
I'll help you decorate a cake that will make your friends envy your skills!
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)
Frequently asked questions
Do you accept custom orders, and can you match my colors?
I accept custom orders if you contact me ahead of time to confirm that I can do them. I can't match colors exactly but can get them pretty close (except for purple, that's a tricky one in food colors.)
Can you rush my order or do overnight delivery?
I don't do anything overnight delivery. I might be able to do priority express in the U.S. (one to two day delivery) for certain items, but it's expensive and I don't guarantee delivery times since that's out of my control. If you need something fast please contact me before placing the order, or I may have to cancel if I can't fill it within the time frame you need it.
How long does gumpaste or the edible butterflies last, and how soon should I buy them?
Gumpaste will last for months if it's stored correctly, but I'd order flowers for weddings or gumpaste succulents about a month ahead of time. Wafer paper butterflies are good for a year or more if they're kept dry and out of sunlight to avoid fading.
All gumpaste should be opened CAREFULLY and stored in a dry area at room temperature. Don't refrigerate gumpaste, wafer paper or sugar sea glass, moisture is the enemy of sugar and starches, and can soften these items and ruin them.
Why don't you ship some items internationally?
Because sugar attracts moisture, and customs warehouses are apparently humid, I've had some gumpaste and fondant items ruined while they sat in customs. Because of this I don't ship certain flowers or pearls outside the US.
Can you make me a custom mold?
It depends. I need to have an actual item to use to make a mold, so I can't make one from a picture of a piece of lace, for example. But if you have something that you're willing to send to me I might be able to create a mold from it. I usually can't make a larger or smaller version of molds that I already have listed (again, I need an original to make a mold from).
I'm not sure what I need to buy, but I have a picture of a cake that I like.
If you have a picture, I can help you figure out what you need to buy. I do need to know the sizes of the cake tiers, since the amount of flowers or other decorations needed will depend on how big the cake is going to be.
How long does it take for you to put my order in the mail?
I ship packages Monday through Saturday, since there's no mail on Sunday.
Edible butterflies, wafer paper, supplies, and silicone molds can usually be shipped the first business day after the order is placed.
Paper flowers can be shipped two to three days after the order is placed.
Fondant and gumpaste orders vary since I have to make them and they need time to dry before they're ready to be shipped safely. I can generally get them in the mail three to five days after ordering, but it might take longer for larger orders. Feel free to convo me with questions about specific items.
Are VAT taxes and import fees included in the price?
NO!!! I'm not a VAT registered business because I'm in the US. Any VAT or import fees that are imposed will be charged when you receive the package, not when you pay for the item. I do NOT include taxes in my prices, and the only tax I collect is the sales tax for the state of Virginia, which I do remit to the state tax department on a quarterly basis.