Soon-to-be-married Josh and Jessalyn have planned everything for their French-themed wedding, with one big exception. They haven't been able to agree on the perfect cake design to represent them both. With only a few days until the wedding, three designers present jaw-dropping concepts. Which will Josh and Jessalyn pick? And will the winning cake make it to the reception on time and in one piece?
With only two weeks until their wedding, Pat and Alli are looking for the perfect cake that pays tribute to his time in the armed services and plays to her love of classic, rustic elegance. Pat wants confetti inside the cake, which Alli dislikes and Alli wants mint green on the cake, a color Patrick can't stand. It's stars and stripes versus lace and mint in the run up to the vows!
Brothers Sumit and Swithin are both recently engaged, so their mother Rani is throwing a dual traditional Indian engagement party with over 300 guests. Mom has her heart set on a traditional Indian show-stopper cake, but the brothers -- not so much. Will mom get her way, or will the brothers put their feet down?
Katie and Jason are not only expecting identical twins, but also dozens of friends and family to celebrate with them at their baby gender reveal party. But you can't reveal the gender at the party without the gender-revealing cake! Jason wants a sophisticated design, but Katie wants a design that represents the little ones. Is there a cake designer out there who can bring these parents-to-be together to find the cake of their dreams?
Sophisticated Vanessa and her Southern beau, Tim, are trying to find a cake that suits both their tastes. Vanessa wants a garden-themed, Savannah-inspired showpiece, while Tim wants something that tells the story of their romance without being flowery or feminine.
Sisters Treava and Raya rarely agree on much, but they both know that their 25th annual family reunion has got to be the greatest the Hopkins family has ever seen, but they can't agree on the perfect cake for the occasion. Treava wants an elegant representation of their home state of Maryland, while Raya dreams of a family tree to pay tribute to their grandfather and the tradition he began. Blood is thicker than fondant as these two go toe-to-toe in the search for the perfect cake.
25 years of blood, sweat and tears has paid off for Vinny, founder of the Everyman Theater. Together with the theater's manager, Jon, the two are planning a blowout 25th anniversary party to kick off their new season, a dual showcase of two classic American plays. They want a cake that will wow their 400 guests and showcase all of their hard work and success. But Vinny wants a glitzy cake that pays tribute to the theater's humble roots, while Jon wants a cake that spotlights the two plays in the muted tones of the stage design. Will these two find the script to the perfect cake for this massive celebration before the curtain parts?
Grace is a Southern belle with a high fashion sense engaged to Jeremy, a down-home Georgia boy. With so much to plan, the cake seems to be the largest of their worries. Grace wants an over-the-top cake with a dazzling amount of sparkle and a florist shop's worth of flowers. Jeremy wants to keep it simple to fit his country roots, with a tribute to his dear late father. It's country living meets country club as these two search for the perfect cake.
Self-made Baltimore playwright and actress Crystal L. Bass is the absolute definition of over-the-top; and for the debut of her autobiographical play, she and her creative director Kevin are looking to throw a blowout party to match. Crystal has to have a grand cake that lives up to her artistic and crazy personality, while still telling her story of growing up on the less than sunny side of Charm City. Kevin, on the other hand, is dying to have a cake blinged to death to bring Hollywood to Baltimore. With Crystal as the queen bee of this bash, will Kevin be able to get a word in edgewise?