The Broke-Ass Cake Collection Launches!

They made it official with The Kick-Ass Cake Bash

What do you get when you take a room full of indescribably good-looking people, add heaping helpings of the most delicious cakes you’ve ever tasted and an amazing dessert bar that’s (almost) too pretty to eat, throw in a red carpet, some fabulously creative cocktails, crazy photo staging areas, models walking around in Alfred Angelo wedding dresses, and a rap performance by The Broke-Ass Bride and her Fresh Hubby? <!–more–>

You get one Kick-Ass Cake Bash!

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Photos of the Broke-Ass Cake Collection taken with my Blackberry. They don’t do the darned gorgeous cakes any justice.

Last night was the official launch of The Broke-Ass Cake Collection, a brilliant collaboration between baker-to-the-stars Fantasy Frostings and The Broke-Ass Bride. The party was a hootin’ hollering good time, and I’ve got the sugar hangover to prove it. But more importantly, the cakes were freakin’ delicious and insanely beautiful! Now that I’ve tried these cakes and seen them in person, I don’t know why anybody in the LA area would even consider buying another wedding cake. (And by the way, I did sample just about every other cake in the LA area when planning my own wedding here, and I may just have sampled every Broke-Ass cake at the party last night. All in the name of research, of course.)

Blurry phone pics of party people:

Mr. Frostings gives the crowd a warm welcome. There must have been 400 people there!

Mr. Frostings gives the crowd a warm welcome. There must have been 400 people there!

A film noir rendering of The Broke-Ass Bride & The Fresh Hubby. They were introducing the evening's sponsors. With a rap. That rhymed every vendor's name with something badass and funny. This, you had to see for yourself.

A film noir rendering of The Broke-Ass Bride & The Fresh Hubby. They were introducing the evening’s sponsors. With a rap. That rhymed every vendor’s name with something badass and funny. This, you had to see for yourself.

I cannot stress enough how inexplicably attractive the crowd was. It was like everyone thought they were going to an audition for America's Next Top Model, but then found themselves at a cool party with cake instead.

I cannot stress enough how inexplicably attractive the crowd was. It was like everyone thought they were going to an audition for America’s Next Top Model, but then found themselves at a cool party with cake instead.

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3 Comments

  1. Oh we are family for sure! It was SO GREAT to finally meet you!!!! But I hear grumblings that too many people didn’t get to meet the fabulous Mr. Frostings, and lots of us were too busy cake-gorging and dancing our faces off to actually meet our bestest Twitter buddies…so we’re organizing a tweetup happy hour for one night soon. I’ll keep you posted!!!!

  2. Tracy! It was a highlight of the evening to meet you finally! Well, you and Sugar from Survivor. (chuckle) We have so much fun on twitter, and we have shared the little room at Dana’s, so we gotta be family!!

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