A super cute christening cake or baby cake is every decorator’s favourite cake to make. And baby teddies are one of the cutest cake themes of all. We’ve put together a selection of the most adorable baby cakes and naming day cakes to inspire your cake decorating for little ones.
When it comes to modelling teddy bears, Kelly Cope of Crafty Confections, Ireland makes some of the cutest sugar teddies you’ll ever see – and the most mischievous. Kelly has designed the adorable christening cake above, as well as the beautiful selection of christening cupcakes below.
Whether it’s hanging party bunting on their cakes, or sitting pretty with a flower and butterfly on their nose, Kelly gives each of her teddy creations a personality all of their own which makes her christening cakes irrestible. (Cake below also by Crafty Confections).
Whether it’s a little girl teddy in her nappy/diaper holding her balloon or a teddy with a big smile on her face and a flower in her hair/fur), Kelly brings each of her christening cake designs to life with the cutest of little touches.
The beautiful “tatty” teddy christening cake below makes for an elaborate cake display for a little boy’s christening in a terrific design by Alessandra Frisoni.
Alessandra has also designed a “tatty” teddy cake for a little girl’s christening (below right) and you find a tutorial for this style teddy from Inspired by Michelle Designs, as featured in the pretty pink and white cake below left: tatty teddy bear tutorial for a christening cake or baby welcome cake.
Pretty pastel bunting makes a lovely addition to a cake for a little one (image below left via Pinterest) – you’ll find more on bunting cake side designs in our feature here: Bunting Cakes.
The beautiful teddy cupcakes display below right was also created by Alessandra Frisoni.
Germany’s Alma Pasteles designed the exquisite little boy’s christening cake below left, complete with a dickie-bowed teddy bear. To the right, we have an adorable cake by Fiona Morrison Cake Craft of a baby boy hiding under a blanket.
The design below is a super quick and easy christening cake design featuring mischievous little teddies for a unique and fun cake design (image via Tumblr).
Vancouver’s Sugar Penguin Cakery have designed some extra-cute baby cakes including the two beautiful cakes below. (Adding a dummy/pacifier to a teddy or baby model instantly ups the cuteness factor 100%!)
Unbelievably cute sleeping teddy cupcakes by the Sugar Penguin Cakery, below.
Linda Bellavia Cake Art has created this ultra-cute little teddy bear baby – a fabulous cake topper for a little christening cake or welcome cake.
Lemon and blue make a fresh and fabulous colour combination for a little boy’s christening or welcome party with a beautiful petal cake design by Dream Cakes by Robyn (below left) and charming christening cupcakes by Magical Cakes, New Zealand (below right).
More tumbling teddies in two fabulous christening cake designs by Sharon Wee Creations (below left) and by Sogni di Zucchero (below right). (The tutorial for Sharon’s cake is available to buy from her website here: Climbing Teddy Bears Building Block Cake tutorial.)
Another superb christening cake design from Crafty Confections, Ireland.
Mint is a great gender-neutral colour for a baby cake or christening cake, with the beautiful teddy cake below left by Make Fabulous Cakes.
Tumbling teddies are always a hit for a christening cake or a baby’s welcome party and you’ll find instructions for the gorgeous teddies below by Debbie Brown in her bestselling book here: Debbie Brown’s Baby Cakes. (See Sharon Wee’s class on Craftsy also below).
Readers might also be interested in our other baby cake features:
- Baby Bag Cake Tutorial/Diaper Bag Cake
- Vintage Baby Carriage and Pram Cakes
- Baby Shoes & Tutorials
- Baby Models & Baby Cake Toppers
- Stork Cakes
- Teddy Bears’ Picnic Cakes
- Carousel Cakes
- Rocking Horse Cakes
- Baby Deer Cakes
- Bunny Rabbit Cakes
- 1st Birthday Cakes
- Vintage Teddy Bear Cakes
- Beatrix Potter Cakes
Coming Up Next: Mothers’ Day Cakes
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