Hang & Eat: delicious desserts in San Gabriel Valley

Go Cakes is the hottest dessert shop to hit the San Gabriel Valley. Located in San Marino, the aesthetically pleasing retail space/coffee shop/cake shop is an Instagrammer’s dream come true. Complete with blush and rainbow colored-tones, each decoration has been meticulously thought through to bring a perfect, modern and Pinterest-worthy touch. Founded by Stephanie Fong and Ariel Ip, Go Cakes was originally a highly successful online business that made the leap to a brick-and-mortar store in March of this year. Fong, who grew up in Macau, is a self-taught baker who has traveled the world looking for inspiration. Ip, who handles the business and design side, is well-known in the community in her own right. Besides being a popular food photographer, she also is an architect by trade. She designed every aspect of the Go Cakes store from top to bottom and has a keen eye for detail. The most unique and popular item from Go Cakes is their special creation known as the GoPuffy. Most customers call in and reserve their GoPuffys, as they tend to sell out within hours of opening. The GoPuffy is a mini cake that has three layers: caramel, crème brulee and cheesecake. It tastes like a fluff...

Couple creates DIY wedding cake from Costco sheet cakes and Trader Joe’s flowers, spends less than $50

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ©2019 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. All market data delayed 20 minutes. Jessica Hoyle-King, of San Antonio, tells Fox News that her brother and his new bride were hoping to save as much money as possible for their honeymoon in Rome. (Jessica Hoyle-King) A woman in Texas is going viral after sharing the story behind her brother’s eye-popping, four-tiered wedding cake — which, despite its extravagant appearance, was cobbled together from two Costco sheet cakes and some Trader Joe’s flowers for under $50. Jessica Hoyle-King, of San Antonio, tells Fox News that her brother and his new bride were hoping to save as much money as possible for their honeymoon in Rome. Fearing they might go over budget, the two brought Hoyle-King in as a wedding consultant. And with the help of her mother, Hoyle-King took care of the decorations and centerpieces, sourcing many of the materials from around her own home, and borrowing Mason jars from her parents (who keep bees and make their own honey). The rest of the family chipped in where they could, too. But when the bride and groom announced their intentions to...