Graduation Tilty cake

By sugarshack (SugarEd Productions)
All fondant with purchased GP flowers. Styro ball for grad hat base with fondant top. Gumpaste fork. Edible image logos. TFL!

Graduation is a big day and should be celebrated accordingly. Whether it’s finishing high school or college, completing a stage of education is a major accomplishment that deserves some cake. Take a look at how some of Cake Central’s members have honored the occasion with some of the most popular graduation cakes.

Green and White Graduation

By heavenlycakes
This was the graduation cake I had today. School colors were green and white. Client was shades of green with polka dots and accent of pink. I made the pearl curls with fondant on floral wires. The graduation cap & tassels were made from fondant also. Flavors were all Swedish butter cake; top 2 tiers were chocolate IMBC filling and bottom was strawberry IMBC filling. Served 50.

Graduation - local newspaper

By sweetpea8
cake for my nephew’s graduation party.. yellow cake iced in BC with edible images. welcome mat is royal icing and daisy is fondant.

Teacher Cake

By katharry
I have been planning this cake for months. My boss asked me to do this for his daughter as she is graduating primary school. Ill try and post better photos later.

Black & gold graduation cake

By newtocakes
Graduation cake for a customer who received her masters degree. She just wanted something elegant with her school colors. Iced in buttercream w/fondant accents. Thanks for looking

Grad cake

By adven68
All fondant decorations…I used edible images for some of the stuff

College graduation

By cjf
Gumpaste rose, frosting sheet on fondant for the diploma.

Emma's E's

By MelissaRHK
Pre-school graduation cookie for Miss Emma — the cap is made using a diamond cutter, the “hat” part is a square cutter cut on a diagonail –

Zebra and Gold Graduation

By ThreeLittleBlackbirds
Cakes are 10 – 8 – 6 Butter Vanilla cakes with Chocolate SMB, semi-sweet chocolate ganache and white chocolate fondant.

ODU grad cake

By helipops
this was a duplicate of an ODU grad cake I did a while ago, except the dimensions on this were nicer looking. This one was an 8 and 12 in rd. done in bc. TFL

Marquette University -- Cancun Bound Graduation Cake

By Jillfcs
I made this for my youngest daughters lifelong friends graduation from college (they have been friends since they were 18 months). After graduation she is going to work in Cancun

Yellow and gray with modern design....

By DonnaOK
One of my clients asked me to create a Graduation cake for her sister. I used the print from the invite to create the print on this cake. I covered it in golden yellow fondant, then used royal icing for the pattern. Since the recipient is a cool young girl, I wanted to do something different….so I used fabric flowers that are very popular right now to embellish the cake with. Then I created the topper out of chocolate and used an edible image on it. I then added little clusters of silver dragees. One of my all time favorites. I’d love to do this as a wedding cake, since this color combo is so “in” right now!

Cheerleader Graduation Cake

By cc4u
Cheerleader Graduation Cake for my niece Hayley. School colors were Navy, Red, and White.

Rachel's Grad Cake

By PeggyMichel
Inspired by JessieCakes. Red Velvet with cream cheese SMBC filling. Lettering done with Sillouette.

Jessica's Graduation Cake

By afunk
Vanilla Bean Cake filled with fresh Strawberry Buttercream and sliced Strawberries, covered in Vanilla Swiss Meringue Buttercream with fondant accents

Police Detective Cake

By LadyViola
This was a cake I made for the Police Dept. Burglary Unit in Killeen TX. I made a very similar cake earlier in the week for a police academy graduate. Anyhow the story behind this cake: someone broke into our church and stole some of our music equipment (who DOES that right?) Anyway, the detectives in the burglary unit did not sleep until they found the perpetrators. So, we just wanted to thank them for all their hard work. :) ) This was about 60 servings of cake and the cup and “donut” are actually rice krispie treats. All edible.

cake shoes

By JenniferMI
Hi sugar friends!This is one of my son’s grad cakes….. I was beaming with pride the way they turned out! I had 9 hrs. into the shoes along…. I’ll post the varsity jacket next. Jennifer Dontz – traveling teacher

grad cake

By sugarshack (SugarEd Productions)
bc, styro ball for hat bottom.

USC Graduation Cake

By EnglishCakeLady
Three tier white cake with chocolate/vanilla Italian meringue buttercream and bittersweet/white chocolate ganache. First time using ganache – I’m a convert! The top of the grad cap is fondant-covered board. I cut out the USC letters by hand and SO pleased with the results. Took me hours! :-)

FHS 2008

By pish
Grad cake for a dear friends daughter. Top layer is carrot cake with barvarian cream filling and coconut BC, bottom layer is butter cake with raspberry cream filling and vanilla BC. Accents are fondant and design inspired by many I’ve seen here-particularly one by TamiAZ. Thanks for peeking!

Grad Cap and Book

By Jenn123
This is a 6″ cake stacked on a 1/4 sheet. The top is a styrofoam sheet iced. Fondant tassle & Parchment diploma. Everything else is buttercream and airbrush.

iPhone Graduation

By Anna902
Made this for a college grad who’s favorite thing in the world is his iPhone. The apps are are a combination of the standard apps found on all iPhones and some of the Graduate’s favorite things.

Law School Graduation

By yellowjacket
Book cake I made for my brother’s law school graduation. He and several friends hosted a party together which is why there is a generic “Congrats Grads” message. I thought six names would be too many. The names of the books are classes they all took, and the emblem on top is the law school’s logo. I was going to do a grad cap, but they wear berets and that just seemed to complicated. I also meant to make a little diploma, but just forgot to. Oh well, everyone loved it anyways!Thanks so much to all of the members here who offered inspirations, tips and advice!


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