Graduation Cakes

Easter has come and gone and it is almost May…with that means the end of school and the start of graduation season!

We do hundreds of gradation cakes each season, and it is never too early to get your order in for a cake or desserts. There are lots of options for your party. You can do a cake, a sheet cake, cupcakes, or a dessert bar. We can match school colors to just about anything! Mini cupcakes and a small cake are super popular for graduation open houses since people can sample multiple flavors or just eat one mini cupcake since they might be going to multiple parties. Also, then you don't have a large cake that you have to worry about cutting. We also do other mini desserts, and you can see some of your options on our website.

It seems like IU cakes are always the most popular. Here are a few we did last year:

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If you are a Purdue grad, this one is for you!

And, this past year, we finally got to do a Ball State University cake….I loved this one!

And, if you are a nursing student, how cute is this one????

And, of course, we can match high school colors to. These were for Zionsville graduates:

Also, you can see some other cakes from last year's post too.

No matter what kind of desserts you want, feel free to send us an e-mail to mica@confectioneiress.com or call the shop at 873-0880 to get your name down. With graduation season starting when wedding season starts to get into full swing, it is never too early to get your order in!

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

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