I thought it would be fun to post our pics of our babies with their smah cakes! I can't find mine right now!! SHOOT!! I will post them in the morning - but if you have yours post away!
I'm not familiar with the term 'smash cake' - can you help me out here? Are they a sort of Pinata type cake? I see the phrase used a lot on CC and just wondered what they were. Sorry to hijack this thread with a question when it is really meant for all your photos.That little guy by the way is adorable!!
A smash cake is a small cake that many people do for their baby's forst birthday....their own little personal cake made just for them to destroy!
I say Leo is claiming the whole cake.....! Too cute!
I have been really frustrated with trying to find pics of my kids and their cakes! My DH just got me reconnected to our photos and I still can't find anything!!
Why can't people just give baby a piece of the main cake for it to mush up? It seems so wasteful to me. Am I missing the point?!
I made cupcakes for my twins smash cakes, I like that better, it's much smaller. Or like Emma said, I'd just do a piece of cake.
I've always made my kids a smash cake, might be a waste but they have a blast with it and I love to watch them dive in!! I guess it's just a personal choice. I'll have to go through my CD's and get my DD's pictures. Mk and Tabbie...your babies are adorable!!!!!!! This is a cute thread marthajo!!!
since we only do family at the 1st birthday we just let them have the whole cake for abotu 5 min lol, then we eat around whatever part they destroyed.
The 13th was my daughter's 1st birthday. I just made her a little 3" pumpkin cake. Well it was so cute, she was so dainty and just took her time eating it. Once she got all the frosting off (and with a little help from daddy) she finally picked up a big piece. I was all prepared for her to be a huge mess and she really wasn't. Oh well I know she enjoyed it.
Here is my little Bella last year. The smash cake matched her big cake...they both matched the dress she wore. I love smash cake. I usually do a 4" from leftover batter.