Dessert-shrinking technology gave us the cupcake, the baked rhode island, and the gingerbread studio apartment. Nibble a little with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $18 for one dozen cupcakes (a $36 value)
- $159 for a cake decoration birthday party for up to 10 kids (a $380 value)
Jumbo cupcake varieties including vanilla pearl, chocolate truffle, strawberry lemonade, almond/amaretto, and chocolate salted caramel are topped with buttercream frosting. Customers must order from the cupcake menu and can choose up to two different flavors.
At the two-hour birthday party, each child receives his or her own 6” cake to decorate under the tutelage of a seasoned cake designer. The soiree also includes a bakery tour, one cookie per child with milk and juice, and certificates of completion for the junior graduates of the Edible Art Cake Design School.
Edible Art Bakery
In the 1950s, Judy Lasater began baking cakes and other sweets according to the elder founder's recipes created over 100 years ago. Three decades later, Lasater partnered with her own daughter, Beth Pendergrass, to open Edible Art Bakery. Though another 30 years have passed since the bakery’s opening, not much has changed. They still adhere to the age-old Southern tradition of scratch baking, which eschews frozen layers and mixes in favor of natural and easily pronounceable ingredients.
The team of bakers and artists that now stands behind the store’s counters upholds the family’s legacy with traditional cakes and cupcakes in flavors such as southern lemon ice box and chocolate truffle. Swirls of buttercream or fondant icing adorn each creation, which the artists can embellish with themed designs to celebrate graduations and children's birthday parties or welcome a new gallon of milk into the home.