This is the first time I’ve ever been asked to make a “honeymoon” cake! The wedding was due to take place on one day, with a honeymoon going away party on another night – I didn’t make the wedding cake, but I was asked to make a special cake to wish the newlyweds well as
An order for a couple’s golden wedding anniversary, in the shape of an open book. A pretty, straightforward design but still with the opportunity to be artistic. This was hand-carved, and one side was traditional rich fruit cake with marzipan, and the other was vanilla sponge, all covered with sugarpaste as one cake.
These were made specifically for Valentines day, but it occurred to me that they would be perfect as wedding favours too, made to match the happy couple’s colour scheme for the day. Cakepops shaped like roses. Cakepops are crumbed cake, mixed with buttercream to make a sort of truffle textured treat, popped onto sticks and
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. This is my budget, entry level, wedding cake, providing around 60 portions (in sponge, more for fruit) suitable for a smaller wedding.
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