One of four dummy cakes made for 2018 wedding fairs. This one came about because I had made a customer’s wedding cake (heart shaped with roses) and got a bit carried away making roses! Not wanting to waste the leftover flowers, and loving the customer’s chosen colours so much, I thought it would make an
One of four dummy cakes made for 2018 wedding fairs. This is a design which combines several different ideas that I had liked. The orchid was made from rice/wafer paper, using a tutorial from Paul Bradford, a well know “name” in cake decoration. I’d seen the tutorial some time ago and saved it for future
A tale of four tiers, and three flavours! Chocolate, vanilla and lemon sponge tiers for the main cake, plus chocolate and vanilla cupcakes and also more chocolate cake in the form of a separate cutting cake to cater for all the guests. A lovely couple, who had a fantastic venue dressed up beautifully complete with
A wedding cake with a definite sense of humour! The slightly “worse for wear” bride and groom toppers were supplied by the customer, but had to be kept secret until the day. They were made to order with accurate dress details and as per tradition the groom, who came to collect the cake, hadn’t seen
My first heart-shaped cake but with a popular theme of cascading roses. Pink and navy blue to match the colour theme of the wedding. Another beautiful venue and a fantastic day weather-wise for their outdoor wedding in a wonderful setting. The finishing touch of a lily on top which had special meaning for the bride.
A more traditional look to this wedding cake, but with detail around the base of the tiers using an edible lace product. To add a little extra detail on the sides of the cake I used a template with royal icing. There were roses on each corner and a sparkly silver ribbon finished off the
I love cupcake towers, I think they look so effective and when using the full height of the stand they make quite an impressive display. This order was actually for a joint birthday party, but would work just as effectively for a wedding. Each cupcake has two small roses, and a monogrammed plaque with either
Another cake for a friend’s wedding, the main cake travelled all the way down to Essex for the reception but as the celebrations were split over two different days, with the cupcakes for the day of the ceremony itself, they were collected by the groom who travelled up to us and back in an evening!
The lady who ordered this cake was the sister of a previous bride (a friend), both were short notice weddings, and this one, like the roses and lilies cake with accompanying book cake, needed a printed photo and verse on it which I outsourced. The difference being this one was to be transported some distance