Minneapolis baker's "The Bachelorette" cake turns fans into followers
Minneapolis home baker Altreisha Foster's Instagrammable cakes got a big boost from "The Bachelorette" during the show's recent swing through the Twin Cities.
- They recruited Foster to create a cake to celebrate the show's 200th episode last week, and a number of local artists pitched in.
What they did: Foster and fellow Jamaican artist Tashane Bailey designed a seven-tiered cake with a cut-out featuring a single illuminated rose to commemorate the milestone.
- Minneapolis florist Adam Gladue covered the cake with 200 additional red roses.
What she's saying: "My profile definitely expanded in terms of who is reaching out, and I got a whole new set of followers really interested in my work," Foster told Axios.
What's next: Foster's hopes to transition into wedding cakes. No word yet on if she'll bake Young's someday.
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