Friday Faves: Castles, Modern Colors and Dr. Seuss Characters

As editors of Cake Central Magazine, we come across countless inspiring things every day. From cakemakers’ stories to wedding inspiration to cool new products, we want to share a few of our favorite finds with you every week. This week we were impressed by castles, modern colors and the characters of  Dr. Suess!  Here are this week’s Friday Faves!

Jackie’s Faves- CEO of Cake Central Media Corp.

CC Member TatianaK is at the top of my list for “Ones To Watch” this year.  This delicate and exquisitely decorated rose garden basket cake is a perfect example of TatianaK’s talent.

Leanne’s Faves- President of Cake Central Media Corp.

Wedding cakes

Wedding cakes By cakespirations
Walk in the woods wedding cake by Chef Jennifer Friedmann out of Cakespirations NC

Cakespirations’ cake is striking and unexpected. From the hexagon tiers to the modern use of color and texture, this cake keeps my attention as I take a closer look at the details.

Alyssa’s Faves- Associate Editor of Cake Central Magazine

Cake my little pony

My Little Pony cake. By odrycakes

As my first attempt at cake making was a My Little Pony cake, I felt inspired all over again when I came across this sweet creation that features everyone’s favorite group of ponies.  odrycakes did a fantastic job with all of the details on the ponies, from their colorful flowing manes to their intricate little cutie marks.

Kari’s Faves- Associate Editor of Cake Central Magazine

Fully edible cake, about 20kg, 80cm tall. By olgadanilova

This pure white castle cake by olgadanilova is absolutely stunning! The clean detail of the structure is brilliant, and who wouldn’t be impressed by the sculpted dragon snarling atop the highest turret?

 

Grace’s Faves- Associate Editor of Cake Central Magazine

Dr Seuss cake

Dr Seuss cake By malyelsy
Fun Dr Seuss cake for a fun party!

Am I too old to have a Dr. Seuss-themed birthday party? I hope not because this delightful topsy turvy cake by MalyElsy makes me want to plan my next party around it. I love the way she uses 2-D elements to give it a storybook feel, and the topsy turvy design is expertly done.

 

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