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1994 Yearbook

1994 Yearbook

Mini cakes became big-time stars in 1994. These tiny teddies were made in our mini bear pan, to give everyone at the party their own treat. A cookie gift and party hat doubled the fun!


1993 Yearbook

1993 Yearbook

Birthday fun--up, down and all-around--on a spectacular roller coaster cake! Decorators made tracks on Petite Doll cakes. Candy was key to the construction too, with gum drop cars, tart disc riders and colorful candy stick poles from coast to coast.



1992 Yearbook

1992 Yearbook

The classic Wilton rose never had a better showcase than our heart-shaped basketweave cake! Here was simple beauty that worked for birthdays, Mother’s Day or showers, with a bed of roses in 3 pretty colors.


1991 Yearbook

1991 Yearbook

Even in the 90’s, kids loved clowns! Wilton brought the big top to birthdays more colorfully than ever, with animal train and juggling clown cookies, plus star-filled big tops around the sides of this round cake.



1990 Yearbook

1990 Yearbook

What an exciting way to introduce a friend or relative to the wonderful world of cake decorating.


1989 Yearbook

1989 Yearbook

A sweet country wreath garnished with cookie geese gave this decade-closing cover a charm all its own. For the wreath, curved stripe grapevines were intertwined atop the round cake, finished with drop flowers, ribbon bow and streamers.



1988 Yearbook

1988 Yearbook

Cookies and cake come together in this Yearbook star—along with the all-time classic figure piped bear! Back in the day, decorators used patterns to make the A-B-C and 1-2-3 cookies. Now there’s a great cutter set to do the job—see how easy we’ve made decorating for you?


1987 Yearbook

1987 Yearbook

Clowning around was never so much fun! The ideal cake for a first-time decorator, with bead borders, ball balloons and fun clown and balloon accents that instantly created a birthday circus.



1985 Yearbook

1985 Yearbook

Double chocolate designs, showing two great ways to decorate with drop flowers and Wilton roses. We presented the square cake as “A Flower Garden for Dad”, but mom would have loved it too. The bottom design features a bevel cake, divided with elongated shells and drop strings, for a different angle on the celebration.



1984 Yearbook

1984 Yearbook

We served cake and ice cream for this birthday party. Simplicity ruled the day, with star and lattice cones, spatula scoops and piped faces that made this an irresistible treat.


1983 Yearbook

1983 Yearbook

Before our Carousel Cake Display Set, merry-go-rounds were homemade! Like this cover star, a simple round cake with figure piped ponies, zigzag and rosette borders and a licorice canopy.



1982 Yearbook

1982 Yearbook

The bright and fun lion birthday cake was easy for all decorators to tame, thanks to step-by-step instructions and convenient call-outs of every technique. The Yearbook puts decorating within everyone’s reach by featuring a 21 page beginner’s guide inside!



1980 Yearbook

1980 Yearbook

For the first time, the Yearbook cover focuses on one great cake. Naturally, we paired everyone’s favorite flavor and favorite flower--chocolate and the classic Wilton rose! A trellis of pretty symmetrical shells divide this cake neatly.


1979 Yearbook

1979 Yearbook

Diversity in decorating, on a cover that made you want to send out the party invitations! Birthdays for all ages included Bugs Bunny and a dashing lion tamer to win over kids, a sweet rose heart cake for mom and a stop sign cake for a thirty-something dad.



1978 Yearbook

1978 Yearbook

The theme was “Celebrations for Everyone” and our cover told the story with a wide range of exciting cakes! From a Big Bird birthday cake to autumn harvest wedding tiers, Wilton had a great look for every occasion and every skill level.


1977 Yearbook

1977 Yearbook

Our Yearbook cover celebrated a variety of decorating styles like never before—with 6 sensational designs that ran the gamut of occasions. Many memorable techniques were on display, including the multicolored dogwood flowers that graced our cherub wedding cake and the sunny narcissus that top the pastel easter egg cakes.



1976 Yearbook

1976 Yearbook

Three classic shapes create beautiful backdrops for a variety of blossoms. For birthdays, it’s a bed of frilly double daisies surrounding a crowd of candles on a hexagon cake. Valentine’s Day requires roses, gathered here on a heart cake with filigree heart border. And weddings don’t get more lavish than on our springtime round tiers, with cherub and songbird toppers, contoured filigree accents and scores of sweet peas.


1974 Yearbook

1974 Yearbook

Wilton spans the seasons! For autumn, it’s 3 tiers topped with golden color flow maple leaves. Winter is welcomed with a flurry of color flow snowflakes, including a lovely openwork topper. In Spring, the decorator’s fancy turns to garlands of violets with our Bird Quartette topper as the finishing touch. Summer arrives with bunches of sunny marigolds and simple stringwork.