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3 tier and 4 tier white fondant celebration cakes That were donated to the Red Party to raise money for AID UPSTATE at the Handlebar in Greenville, S.C.

They are fondant covered and decorated with red fondant and sugar sculptures. The round one has wire and fondant sculptures.Art Eats Bakery

Greenville, SC, 29607

www.arteatsbakery.com

Phone: 864-201-4448

Email: sales@arteats.com

We specialize in gourmet one of a kind custom artist designed cake that taste as fantastic as they look. Anything you can dream of can be created in edible art. Make you wedding, birthday, shower or other event unique and memorable with one of our designer cakes. Your friends and family will be impressed with the professional quality look and taste of the cake you serve. See our Food network audition video www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsEr3J5siTg

All of our cakes and icings are made from scratch with the highest quality ingredients available. We even make our own fondant and it taste great. We only bake to order except our Friday and Saturday limited specials, so check our advance ordering information.

Please visit our website for more photos and information.

Make your appointment today for a cake tasting and consultation.We specialize in creative artistic designed cakes that are as delicious as they look for any special day. A wedding, birthday, aniversary, new baby, shower, Groom's,ect. should be celebrated in style. Your special day can be as unique as you are. Cakes can be sculpted into any shape you desire. Sugar or chocolate sculpture adornments of flowers, seashells, ribbons, purses, shoes, jewelry, figures, ect. add a unique element that can even be made as a keepsake. All decorations are edible unless otherwise stated. Personalize your day to reflect your style. Serving Greenville, Simpsonville, Mauldin, Greer and surrounding Upstate South Carolina areas. email at sales@arteats.com

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Taken on May 3, 2008