Cakes are traditionally eaten during celebrations, adding sweetness to grand gatherings such as weddings and smaller gatherings such as rabbit weddings. Learn to commemorate any event with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $55 for a two-hour cake-decorating or sugar-flower-making course for one person (a $200 value)
- $99 for a two-hour cake-decorating or sugar-flower-making course for two people (a $400 value)
Bakers of all skill levels may learn to whip up sophisticated-looking cakes or realistic-looking sugar flowers in two-hour classes. For classes, all supplies and sustainable ingredients are provided, as students master fashioning confections into shapely guises including peonies, roses, or baskets. After class, cake crafters take home a bouquet of the long-lasting sugar flowers, which can be used on a future baking project, or a slice of bedecked cake, which should be eaten the day of class due to lack of preservatives and its persistent begging.
Sugar Flower Cake Shop
Baker Amy Noelle, featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides magazine, and the Style network, crafts exquisitely decorated cakes adorned in her signature realistic sugar flowers. Most of the bakery’s ingredients are supplied by Amy's agriculturally inclined friends in Upstate New York, who she enlists in forming seasonal flavors that incorporate honey harvested from NYC apiaries and fresh fruit grown in Cooks Falls. Sharing her wealth of baking knowledge, she hosts two-hour classes in which clients can learn the artistry of baking artfully decorated cakes or sophisticated sugar flowers, which can be replanted in your garden to prank bees.
92% of 279 customers recommend
“Really enjoyed learning decorating the cake and making the cake toppers from gum paste”
“Super friendly teacher. Fun class. Makes you look like a semi-professional when you're done and you walk out with stuff you can actually use. Go with a friend!”
“Have a good time. Its a great group activity. The people are very eager to help and teach you how to use the pipes. Try not to share up late.”