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This baby shower cake photo gallery is full of pictures submitted by our readers. This section is full of cakes with baby item themes like bottles, baskets and blankets. If you want to view other pictures you can view categories by clicking on the edible cake link below. We would love to see your finished cake. Share your photos with us .

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Gloria V. from Long Beach, California

blue bottle baby shower cake

This cake is strawberry flavored with vanilla frosting. First, cover the cake with a crumb coat of frosting. Thereafter, place pacifiers on each corner. Draw a bottle with color frosting and add candle booties for decorations. To finish it off, add blue ribbon on the edges of the cake.

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Isabel D. from Pozuelo, Madrid Spain

baby in a blue blanket cake

It's a chocolate cake decorated with icing and fondant.

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Eric B. from Muncie, Indiana

yellow polka dot present cake

Prepare 2 cake mixes of your choice according to the manufacturer's directions, and bake as directed in a buttered and floured 1/4 sheet cake pan (9"X13"). I like to use a product called Pan Grease available from CK Products instead of butter and flour. Cool the cakes until room temperature. Use white butter cream icing to cover the top and sides of the cake. Add yellow food coloring to ball of prepared fondant about the size of a tennis ball, and knead until the color is well blended. Roll out the fondant to about 1/8" thickness on a smooth surface dusted with powdered sugar to avoid sticking.

Use a Wilton fondant ribbon cutting tool to cut 18", 14", 12" and 2" strips of ribbon from the rolled fondant. Cut out a rectangular tag from the fondant using the Wilton fondant ribbon cutter and set aside to dry. Use the small end of a #6 or larger Wilton writing tip to cut small circles out of the fondant and set aside to dry. Place the 18" strip on the cake from side to side and slightly offset towards the top of the cake and drape down the sides. Place the 14" strip the cake from top to bottom overlapping the 18"€ strip, and slightly offset to the left of the cake and drape down the sides. Trim off any excess from the ends of the fondant ribbon. Use the 12" piece of fondant ribbon to form the loops of a bow, and use the 2" piece to cover the seam.

Place the finished bow on the intersection of the ribbons using a small amount of butter cream icing as glue. Arrange the small fondant circles on the cake as desired. Pipe a shell border around the bottom edge of the cake using a #32 Wilton star tip and piping bag filled with the white butter cream icing. Use white butter cream icing and a #2 Wilton writing tip to write the desired message on the fondant tag set aside earlier, and place the tag on the cake using a small amount of butter cream icing as glue.

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Cheryl B. from Muncie, Indiana

little star baby shower cake

Prepare 2 cake mixes of your choice according to the manufacturer's directions, and bake as directed in 2 buttered and floured 8 inch round cake pans. I like to use a product called Pan Grease available from CK Products instead of butter and flour. Cool the cakes until room temperature. Use white butter cream icing to cover the top and sides of the cake. Use pale yellow, blue and pink food coloring to prepare 3 separate batches of butter cream icing for decorating. Use a small writing tip and a pastry bag filled with yellow icing to outline the stars on the top and sides of the cake.

Tip: I like to use a cookie cutter to make light impressions of the stars in the icing to use as a piping guide. Switch to a small star tip and fill in the stars with yellow icing. Use a medium star tip and a pastry bag filled with pink icing to pipe a shell border around the top edge of the cake. Use a medium star tip and a pastry bag filled with blue icing to pipe a shell border around the bottom edge of the cake. Switch to a small writing tip and write the message on the cake in blue icing.

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Bethany C. from New Market, Maryland

green blue and pink baby rattle cake

I chose this cake shape because I had all of the pans on hand. I used two 9" round pans for the top of the Rattle, three Little Debbie Coffee Cakes stacked on top of each other (one was cut in half and stacked on top of itself so the Rattle Handle was one and a half Debbie's long) and two 3" Round pans for the bottom of the Rattle handle.

My best tip was to make the cakes the day before and freeze them over night. This made frosting them so much easier the next day. Also one guest who didn't like chocolate appreciated the Little Debbie handle that was not made out of chocolate.

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Alyssa M. from Tinley Park, Illinois

its a boy baby clothes cake

For the cake, I used 2 boxes of yellow cake mix, and baked it in a 9 inch pan. I wasn't sure how long to bake it since there was double the cake, but I just lowered the temperature to about 325 and baked it until the fork came out clean! :)

The frosting is Italian Meringue and turned out fantastic! I used the recipe from the book Cake Love by Warren Brown. One tip here: buy egg whites! Do not separate the eggs yourself! It takes 5 egg whites, and I felt like so much was wasted.

The decorations on top are all fondant. Fondant tips: Make your own! It tastes way better than store-bought. Also, if it isn't as stretchy as you would like it, rub in some vegetable oil. Works like a charm!

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Chris W. from Byers, Colorado

train baby shower cake

This was a full sheet cake. We started out by baking 4 half sheet cakes, and the set of mini Nordic Ware Train set pans. We used Duncan Hines cake mixes. A total of 9 cake mixes. Once all had been baked we stacked them putting Wilton's butter cream frosting in the center, and topping them with the other 2 cakes. We started with the decorating of the cake. First I smoothed the top of the cake with large spreader from Wilton. We then did the pond by using the clear gel from Wilton that we tinted with coloring and then finished it off with candy rocks.

We then went on to start on the train part of the cake. The track was made of black licorice that we shaped to make it look like it was going around different corners. The train was the most detailed. We used several different things to create all the different items on the train pieces. The coals in a few of the cars were jelly belly beans, the logs were pretzels, and the rocks on the back of the 2nd car are also jelly belly beans. I used butter cream frosting. The blocks were small squares that we shaped from cake. The small blocks, rattles and trains were made of white chocolate. Everything on the cake was completely edible. Thank you for the chance to share our baby shower cake with you.

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Lacagnina G. from Valrico, Florida

purple blue and yellow umbrella baby shower cake

Made 3 11x13 cakes and made a pattern for a large umbrella put the cakes together and cut pattern out. used scrap piece to make a handle and decorated with homemade frosting and candies.

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Analucia P. from Haverhill, MA

pastel rattle baby shower cake

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Carole F. from Sturgeon Falls, Ontario Canada

5 tiered staircase baby shower cake

I made my homemade cakes 3 with a 12" round pan and 2 with a 9" round pan. After the cakes were done, I let them cool in the refrigerator for 24 hours. While the cakes were being cooled, I decorated all 8 posts with round and star plastic balloons. I attached them with curling ribbon, and then I took one 10" round white plastic plate and decorated it with the baby girl, baby boy, baby bottle, and baby rattles, and baby blanket.

The Next day I made my whipped icing and put it on all 5 cakes. I then added the lace at the bottom of each cake, then assembled the cakes by putting all 3 12" cakes one beside each other on top of a foiled plates. I added the white plate with the baby's decorations on top of the middle one then the other two I put my 10" white plates with the post on them. Then I added the 2 9 inch cakes on top of each 10" white plate. I then added the bassinet in-between the 4 white posts on the left and the high chair in-between the 4 white posts on the right. Now I placed the stairway on top of each 9" cakes and connected them in the top middle to join them. I made a blue and pink bow and put it at the highest point of the stairway and followed by a pink and blue ribbon running down both stairways.

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Christy B. from McDonough, GA

baby shower bee with bottle cake

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Christy B. from McDonough, GA

blue baby shower bottle cake

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Jeannette M. from Santa Rosa, CA

blue and white angled baby shower gift box cake with sleeping baby on top

Each cake was designed to look like an open gift box, with tissue paper protruding, wrapped in a bow. First I made a 14" and a 10" square French vanilla cake. Each cake had 3 layers of cake with chocolate mousse filling. I covered the bottom cake with fondant. Next I made the top of the bottom gift box. For the lid I used a 14" square piece of cardboard and laid a 1" thick piece of cake on top of that; covered with fondant. I used 4 dowels in to keep the lid propped open at about a 25 degree angle. Next I folded rice paper accordion style and placed it on top of the cake. Then I added the box lid. I decorated the entire cake to look as though it had a ribbon around it. I repeated the process for the 10" cake and placed it on top of the bottom cake's lid. I secured it in place with buttercream. I then topped the cake with a fondant baby and blanket. Last I embellished the cake with sugar flowers and butterflies.

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Jeannette M. from Santa Rosa, CA

 blue and white polka dot baby shower gift box cake

Each cake was designed to look like an open gift box, with tissue paper protruding, wrapped in a bow. First I made a 14" and a 10" square French vanilla cake. Each cake had 3 layers of cake with chocolate mousse filling. I covered the bottom cake with fondant. Next I made the top of the bottom gift box. For the lid I used a 14" square piece of cardboard and laid a 1" thick piece of cake on top of that; covered with fondant. I used 4 dowels in to keep the lid propped open at about a 25 degree angle. Next I folded rice paper accordion style and placed it on top of the cake. Then I added the box lid. I decorated the entire cake to look as though it had a ribbon around it. I repeated the process for the 10" cake and placed it on top of the bottom cake's lid. I secured it in place with buttercream. I then topped the cake with a fondant baby and blanket. Last I embellished the cake with sugar flowers and butterflies.

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Kailee F. from Abbotsford, BC Canada

pink and white baby shower princess cake

I created this cake for a baby shower, when creating the tiara I tried piped royal icing, when that didn't work out so well because of breakage, I tried melted white chocolate which turned out perfect in one try. The quilted effect on the top tier was my first time using that technique. I put silver balls where each cross met to give it more glamour. For the pearls I rolled balls of fondant then dusted with "mother of pearl" luster dust. I strung each pearl with a needle and thread to create a necklace, and then draped the pearls around the cake.

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Olga H. from Margate, Florida

 racetrack course baby cake

The 4 Wheels Race Track Mountain was made of 3 Tiers of cake, shaped into a mountain, covered with fondant and sugar rocks. The cars are toys.

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Jennie H. from Lachine, MI

pink baby shower crown cake with emerald ston

This was a very special cake, made for my very special niece! Her name is Emerald, so I put an emerald on the bow! The bottom is an 8" chocolate cake with raspberry cream filling, and the top is a 6" white cake with cookies and cream filling. I used a square cutter to do the quilted pattern on the bottom, and also used a little tool from the quilting section of a craft store to make it look stitched on each square. I then put sugar pearls on.

The top tier was done by cutting strips of fondant, folding in half lengthwise, and slightly overlapping each time. To finish, I added the gum paste bow, and brushed the entire cake with super pearl luster dust. .

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