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Shoreline, WA


 We believe every moment in life should be celebrated. Founded in 2009 as a creative outlet; Delicately Sweet Confections was born with the intentions to provide sweets that would make an everlasting impression. Initially our desserts started selling at local Farmer’s Markets around the Seattle area, but we’ve since grown expanding our reach through Weddings, Birthday celebrations, and other quaint establishments that match our vision. 

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Easter Menu

Johanna Knapp

We are offering three of our most loved cakes to help make your

Easter celebration just a little sweeter. 

Blue Speckled Egg Cake

choose from any cakes listed below 

Toasted Coconut

coconut cake with vanilla buttercream and topped with toasted coconut flakes


banana, pineapple, pecan cake filled and frosted with cream cheese buttercream

Carrot Cake

carrot cake filled and frosted with cream cheese buttercream

Available in

6 inch, serves 8 - $35

8 inch, serves 14-16 -$50

place orders by Wednesday, April 12th to

Let's Dance! A Ballerina Birthday Party

Johanna Knapp

Squad Goals right here!  Everything about this little ballerina birthday, (recently featured in the latest issue of Mingle magazine!) is SO adorable! From the pink tutus, ballerina shoes, little girls dancing and sweets. I had the privilege of working with Sasha Anderson and creating the sweets for the dessert table for her daughter's 5th birthday.  We designed ballerina shoe sugar cookies, cupcakes topped with ballerinas and a pink ruffle cake.  A perfect touch to this girly party.  So much creativity was put into the design and events of this affair that you are sure to find many pin worthy ideas!  I hope you enjoy these images from Kelly Clare Photography as much as I did. :)

Event Planning: Sasha Anderson of Love and Character

Desserts: Delicately Sweet Confections

Photography: Kelly Clare Photography

Irish Soda Bread

Johanna Knapp

Happy St. Patrick's Day! I have so many fond memories of celebrating this day. Growing up, my mom would dye our milk green at breakfast and dye our sandwich bread green too for lunch. And of course all the fun of wearing green to school so that I wouldn't get pinched. ;)  My mom would then make a full St. Patrick's Day meal for dinner with corned beef, cabbage, potatoes and our much loved Irish Soda Bread.  As I've grown older, I've come to know the true meaning behind this holiday, although little leprechauns are fun too, I'm thankful to celebrate what Saint Patrick did so many years ago.  Below is our family's Irish Soda Bread recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.  Leave me a comment if you do try it.  I'd love to hear about it!

Irish Soda Bread (makes two loaves)

4 cups flour

1 teaspoon salt

1 Tablespoon baking powder

1 teaspoon soda

1/4 cup sugar

1/4 cup butter

2 cups currents (or raisins) 

1 egg

1 3/4 cups buttermilk

Mix dry ingredients together and cut in butter till small pea size. Beat egg and add to buttermilk. Add buttermilk mixture to flour mixture and stir until combined.  On a floured surface, knead 2-3 minutes. Shape into 2 rounds loaves. Place loaves on a cookie sheet and cut a cross into the tops.  Bake at 375 for 35-40 minutes.