Soulard’s Sweet Divine Makes Luke Bryan’s Birthday Cake

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Luke Bryan turns 39 years old today and he’ll celebrate by playing the second of two St. Louis shows at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. His wife Caroline has a tradition of how she likes to celebrate her husband’s birthday. This year, she turned to The Sweet Divine in Soulard for his cake.

The Sweet Divine is owned and run by Soulard residents Jenna and Jason Siebert. Jenna shared pictures of the cake she made for Luke Bryan on her Instagram page earlier today and shared more on the shop’s Facebook page.

Luke Bryan's 39th Birthday Cake
Photo courtesy of The Sweet Divine.

Taste of Country, a site that follows the Country music scene, wrote today about the Bryan birthday tradition.  Here’s the quote Luke gave the Taste of Country Nights radio show host.

“She gets really, really thoughtful with birthdays, And she gets really, really creative with birthday cakes, so …”

I talked with Jenna Siebert earlier and got the details on the ingredients. The cake part is the shop’s chocolate chip cookie dough cake. The cake is then covered in their homemade fondant. All of the pieces you see are edible. Even the Metamucil bottle you see is safe to eat.

We won’t say for a fact that Caroline had a hand in scheduling Luke’s Kick The Dust Up tour and specifically picked St. Louis to celebrate his birthday, but we will start that rumor. While Jenna and The Sweet Divine are widely known for their cupcakes, and specifically a 2012 Cupcake Wars win, the family business turns out some amazing cakes. Check out The Sweet Divine’s Facebook page for pictures of previous cakes they’ve created.

The Sweet Divine is located at 1801 S. 9th Street in Soulard and also has a food truck that you’ll see at various locations around St. Louis. The Sweet Divine can also handle custom cupcake orders as well as custom cake orders.

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