Inspired By: Edible Art

We’re completely lusting over these colorful and creative edible art desserts that are a great alternative to everyday cakes and cookies. Here are a few of our favorites; queue the mouth watering….

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Unbirthday Bakery is owned by Sydney-based cake maker extraordinaire Nikki Lee and has a strict ‘No Fondant Allowed’ policy. Lee’s happy cake creations can be found on her Instagram {@unbirthdaybakery} or check out her {website} for ordering information.

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Jyoti Nanra is the mastermind confectionery artist behind The Purple Cupcake, currently based in Toronto. With a love for decorating and design, Nanra’s luxury desserts and sweets are suitable for any occasion. Check out her chic Instagram {@thepurplecupcake_} for more details.

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Caroline Khoo, owner of Nectar and Stone, is the Melbourne “dessert designer’’ who posts photographs of her creations everyday on Instagram {@nectarandstone}; no doubt increasing the appetite of her 208k+ followers from all around the world. Khoo is on a mission to open the most beautiful cakery in Melbourne and we can only imagine how breathtaking it will be. This social media superstar has even been quoted saying ‘90% of her orders come from her instagram following’. Find even more information and how to purchase some of these sweet treats on her {website}.

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Nutmeg and Honeybee is owned by Philadelphia native, Meghan Rosko. It all started in September 2014 with a simple set of sugar cookies for a wedding and has since grown to creating cookies for celebrities, TV shows, fashion events, and famous bloggers. Her extraordinary edible collection can be seen on Rosko’s Instagram {@nutmegandhoneybee} or on her {website}.

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All images via Instagram {links above}

Caryl Lyons

Managing Partner
With a love for design, her signature style infuses everyday life into events. Her philosophy is to create an experience with food, color, music and interior design. You won't see just a pen and pad at one of her events.
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