Announcing – Ultimate Cake Decorating Competition

CLICK HERE for PDF flier which includes registration information.

Category information:

Zombie Birthday Cake Competition: Decorators will decorate a cake that serves a minimum of 36 servings and 12 cupcakes that fit the theme of “Zombie Birthday.” The cake may be sculpted or flat.

Decorators will have up to 2 full sheets plus the 12 cupcakes to use.

May use butter cream, fondant, whipped icing or chocolate icing. All work must be done on site. Competition from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Cakes must be displayed for judging by 12:35 p.m. The complete set of rules will be provided upon acceptance into the competition.

Fall Wedding Cake Competition: Decorators selected to compete will receive a story board describing our couple, their reception site, their floral arrangements, their dresses and tuxes and their ceremony. Decorators will compete as a two-person team. The wedding cake must be 5 or more tiers and can be done in fondant, butter cream or chocolate icing. Gum paste or royal icing may also be used. All work must be done on site, but decorators may bring in separators, stands or ornaments. Competition will run from 1:15 to 4 p.m. and cakes must be displayed in the judging area by 4:05 p.m.

The complete set of rules will be provided upon acceptance into the competition.

1. Decorators must be members of, or employed by UMBA bakeries.
Up to two decorators or 2 wedding cake teams per bakery member may compete.
2. Contestants have the option of bringing their own cake and icing or having the committee provide it. Decorators must supply their own decorating tools and equipment.
3. Decorators must supply an electronic or paper portfolio of their work – the selection committee will not use pictures posted on your web site or Facebook page to make contest selections. Contestants selected to compete will be required to pay a $35 non-refundable registration fee, per person, per category.
4. Decorators will be allowed to display brochures and marketing materials from their bakeries at their work station during the competition.