You can’t have a birthday without some birthday cake!
Teresa Giudice was treated to an array of extravagant and celebratory sweets for her birthday.
The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star turned 48.
Her co-star, Jennifer Aydin, shared a series of Instagram videos that revealed Teresa had quite the dessert spread available for the indulging pleasures of friends and family.
The sought-after spread included cookies topped with photos of Teresa’s loved ones, croissants, cupcakes, and a watermelon platter, according to BravoTV.
However, it was nothing compared to Teresa’s birthday cake, which boasted a blue ombre frosting that faded into a white top. An edible white flower was placed on top as a delicate decoration.
This isn’t the first time Teresa and her family celebrated a birthday with an over-the-top, custom creation.
For her 47th birthday, Teresa had a Chanel-inspired cake.
This year, for her daughter Milania’s 14th birthday, Teresa opted for a tiered cake shaped like a boom box complete with graffiti and a gold chain that read “Milania,” per PEOPLE.
Despite their turbulent relationship over the years, Melissa Gorga celebrated her co-star and sister-in-law Teresa’s birthday on Monday by sharing a snapshot from their 2006 “Baywatch”-themed photoshoot on Instagram.
“Happy birthday to my beautiful sister-in-law! @teresagiudice So many years of sisterhood showing everyone how family pulls through & making some amazing memories along the way Have the best day! Xox,” she captioned the photo.
Even estranged husband, Joe Giudice, chimed in with some sweet wishes for his ex.
“On your birthday, I thank you for all that you do and all that you are. I hope all your wishes come true today and every day. I am taking the time to let you know how much I appreciate and admire all you do and all you are to so many people especially to our kids! You deserve the world! Have a wonderful day,” he captioned a montage video consisting of sweet family photos.
Towards the end of April, Joe’s deportation appeal was denied and he was ordered to remain in Italy.