Friday, November 26, 2010

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BEST Cakes In Los Angeles

Huffington Post | Nicole Larson First Posted: 11-26-10 01:52 PM | Updated: 11-26-10 01:58 PM

Today is National Cake Day! In case you weren't satisfied with the sweets at your Thanksgiving celebrations, we've rounded up a list of the best places to taste some delicious baked goods on this lesser known 'holiday.' Check out the list below to see where you can get all the specialty cakes, buttercream frosting, and moist, chocolatey goodness you could want.

Hansen's Cakes
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Hansen's Cakes
1072 S Fairfax Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90019

"Since 1940, this neighborhood bakery has had plenty of time to rack up a celebrity clientele, reflected by numerous head shots lining the walls. Celebs and non-famous patrons can expect the same professional service from knowledgeable design consultants as they guide you through the cake-ordering process. The Goods - The Hansen repertoire of cakes falls into two categories: charming floral wedding cakes and novelty creations, ranging from giant cheeseburgers to a boxed bouquet of roses. They'll even airbrush your loved one's face on your dessert if you bring a photo. As far as wedding cakes go, the English Bouquet is a charming, popular and economical choice; its four tiers are festooned with fondant violets, blush roses and lilies of the valley. Most folks choose the traditional bridal white cake with buttercream filling. It's the presentation that sets this place apart." -Citysearch

Photo by Hansen's Cakes

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

It must be Cake Time...

We've been quite the busy little decorators the past couple of days...from baskets of flowers to fully sculpted big-rig trucks!

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Entertainment Tonight...

Online News Update:
Breaking News: Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt Say 'I Do' -- Again!
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November 15, 2010

There may have been a Mexican elopement and a lavish Hollywood ceremony in front of "The Hills" cameras, but Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt have finally said "I do" for their first "real" wedding and ETonline Senior Editor Nicole Dabeau was exclusively there for their romantic nuptials!

Reality TV's most polarizing couple renewed their vows just before sunset late Sunday afternoon at a beachfront house in Southern CA.

"[This time] it's just me and my bride on a little secret beach with nobody else and it's just about her," Spencer says. "Versus last time it was about everything else, it was about drama, it was about ratings."

Heidi adds, "It was about everyone but us, so this is really our first wedding about Spencer and I and our love. Now I feel like I can finally just be Heidi and just be in a marriage and just be a person. I’m just really enjoying every day."

The couple, who has gone public about being broke, had their dream wedding donated to them. Everything from Heidi's Jenny Yoo gown, which she picked out with the help of wedding stylist Anya Sarre, to Spencer's Rik Ducar suit, to their four-tier, multi-flavored cake decorated with white chocolate seashells from Hansen's Cakes, and rings from Alan Friedman. The beautiful flowers were from Sky Flowers.

For more on Heidi and Spencer's nuptials keep checking back to ETonline as we roll out more wedding videos throughout the week.

Friday, November 12, 2010

ET News!

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November 12, 2010

ET breaks news that Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt will renew their wedding vows. They are also going on the record with ET -- and being truthful for the very first time!

Come along with the most polarizing couple in pop culture and ETonline correspondent Nicole Daboub as they consult with wedding stylist Anya Sarre, check out wedding wear at Jenny Yoo Collection, and taste cake from world-famous Hansen's Cakes.

When it comes to renewing their vows, Heidi and Spencer say it's like they're getting married for the first time. Heidi tells ET, "This is like our first marriage. I feel like our first one was an elopement and we had so many margaritas and it was such a crazy time. And then the second one wasn't our wedding. It was just a 'Hills' wedding and it was for all the people there and it was about everyone else."

She goes on to say, "We had just gone through so much crazy stuff personally and through our jobs and everything, so for me this feels like our first real marriage. Like our first restart. We deserve a second chance at our marriage and really having this moment and not being robbed of this."

Spencer tells ET, "Since we had to do the first ceremony, I've been thinking about the second ceremony. The first one was so fake and not real. It was a movie, it was a script and it didn't feel right. No one in that building wanted us to get married. It was a nightmare."

Tune in to ET on Monday night for all the intimate details, and keep checking as we continue to post every step of their matrimony mayhem.

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