Saturday, November 29, 2008
Simple and elegant was the look the bride wanted for this cake. At the base of each tier, real ribbon sets a border below royal icing polka dots. An amazing florist finished off the cake with a beautiful arrangement of flowers, and unfortunately I wasn't able to get a picture of the final product. Best wishes to the bride and groom! You are lucky to have each other! :o)
This may have been one of my favorite cakes so far. I am a huge fan of dark red and brown together, and set against a cream fondant it turned out really well! The middle tier was set like a diamond in between the two square tiers to add a very unique touch. The pictures are a little dark, but I hope the bride and groom were happy with the results that night! Thanks and congratulations!
Sunday, November 16, 2008
This was a really fun cake to do! The dolphins and other sea life are all made from fondant. It was my first attempt at animal figures, so I am pretty pleased. I hope it was just what you wanted birthday girl! Thanks!
This cake ended up being pretty simple but very fun to make! My brother in law absolutely loves fly fishing, so we decided to indulge him... The little guy and all the rocks were made from fondant. He chose a party swirl cake with cream cheese frosting. Hope your birthday was the happiest! :o)