Four tiers of rich, moist, chocolate Guinness cake, wrapped in layers of chocolate flavoured fondant – chocolate fondant ribbon roses and a cascade of coloured sugarpaste flowers finish this cake off in style – the perfect cake to celebrate the wedding of a chocoholic! Make an impression with something a little different from the norm….
A “waterfall” of pretty pastel moulded and hand coloured flowers in graduated shades of the same colour – to match the off-set four tier cake which is also graduated in colour top to bottom. A little edible sparkling lustre powder completes the effect, and a matching ribbon around the base of each tier. The flowers
A simple but effective wedding cake – three tiers, in this case 10″, 7″ and 4″ – with all edible decoration including handmade sugarpaste roses and edible ribbon. All tiers are vanilla sponge. The pictured cake has a lemon colour scheme, but would be available in the colour of your choice – I am happy
A birthday cake for a special lady who was 100 years old. Simple, with roses and other small flowers and mostly in white with hints of pink and lilac pastels – I added the piped swirly border so that the sides didn’t look too plain. I really enjoyed making this one – an excuse to
I have to confess that this is my own birthday cake. Using a theme that I have had in my head for some time now, and the ideal cake to show off “Goth Girl”, my first sugarpaste figure who I made earlier this year. Also another chance to practice my sugarpaste roses. This would also make