mimicafe Union ~ Fondant Cupcake & Cake Toppers ~

My Story

My name is Sachiko. I create Edible Fondant Toppers for Cupcakes, Cakes, Cake Pops, Cookies etc... (Custom made to your specifications). My specialty is 3 Dimensional Toppers.

I first came to New York City to attend a culinary school that specialized in a vegetarian and healthful food preparation techniques. After graduating, thanks to the help of one of my instructors, I was able to land an internship and eventually a position at a custom made cake company. The work there was very inspiring to me, and I felt that pastry work was a destiny calling. Obviously, the pasty industry uses a lot of Sugar, Butter, Oil, etc.; ingredients that are quite opposed to those espoused by my teachers at my healthful cooking school. I was torn as to what I should do, but alas the charm and the artistry of the pastry world won out. And besides, I feel pastry is a great way to make people smile and have fun and that's something that's very important to me.

Then, the next chapter... to start a small business. I was considering Cupcakes, but as you know, everybody seems to be making cupcakes nowadays, and everybody else is able to buy cupcakes just about everywhere....
Then I had a fun idea; How about Cupcake & Cake Toppers?-- kind of like Cake Accessories....
And thus I began mimicafe Union, a source for all kinds of Artistic and Fun Cupcake & Cake Toppers.
It's great work and I really love creating custom made, unique toppers for special events, toppers which customers often choose to save as sweet memory keepsakes of their special occasions. Actually this is my philosophy of life; Live a Happy Life and Cherish your Sweet Memories, they're always good to keep nearby. If I can help my customers with these happy moments and memories, I feel I have fulfilled my mission.
Sachiko Windbiel
owner, Fondant Topper Creator
Sachiko is the owner of mimicafe Union (NYC), a source for all kinds of Artistic and Fun Cupcake & Cake Toppers.
Sachiko starting mimicafe Union in 2010, believing that pastry was a capital way to make people smile and have fun.