Mike wants a wedding cake that's loud and over the top, proudly representing their home city of New Orleans. Shanda is looking for the opposite, she wants traditional and classic all the way. It's a Mardi Gras, Bourbon Street battle for the perfect wedding cake to suit them both!
Alicia and Jackson are chefs with picky palates and dreams of a working waterfall cake for their wedding. But this Texas couple can't agree on taste -- she craves sweet and he seeks savory. Even a bacon cake can't bring about a compromise, but three cake designers accept the challenge of designing a cake and finding flavors that please both the bride and the groom.
Quiana and Anthony aim to please their daughter with the cake of her dreams for her surprise sweet 16th birthday party. Quiana knows what's cool, and she wants a sparkly cake fit for a teen, but Anthony is holding tight to his little princess and wants a cake better suited to a little girl. Three imaginative bakers compete for the chance to settle these parents' differences with the perfect surprise cake for their daughter's party.
Opposites attract when it comes to one couple's hunt for the perfect salty and sweet wedding cake. Ryan and Noble got married in an intimate wedding ceremony in Charleston, S.C., but now it's time for a second wedding celebration with guests in their hometown of Chicago. Ryan wants to honor their Chicago lives on the cake, but Noble wants to make sure it reflects their Charleston ceremony. The couple challenges bakers to show both cities in one cohesive design for the perfect wedding cake.
Rosa and Chris are getting married and blending their two families together. Chris is looking for a cake that represents their three kids, while Rosa wants the wedding cake of her dreams, with glittery geodes and rich, deep flavors. Three talented bakers accept the challenge of designing a cake that unites and delights this whole modern family.
Julie and Katie are looking for a party cake for their social media business, but they can't agree on the most Instagram-worthy design. They also don't see eye to eye on a classic vanilla versus chocolate battle that is sure to go viral. Bakers take on the challenge to give these social media-savvy business partners a cake to remember.