Sometimes a cake design just needs to be square. Whether you are trying to achieve a linear design highlighted by the crisp edges of a square cake, or you’re juxtaposing soft scrolls and flowers against straight lines, square cakes are a great canvas. Check out these cake designs that would not have been the same if they weren’t square.
geometric black, white, and gold wedding cake By mdgosnell
Star of Christmas Cake By mrsmudrash
I made this cake for Half Baked – The Cake Blog’s 12 Cakes of Christmas. My inspiration was the Star of Christmas – Jesus Christ. The fact that He was born as a man, lived among us and died for us so that we could go to Heaven is the best gift ever given. The dragees represent cities on a hill reflecting His glory and love. We, as Christians, are all called to be little lights, reflecting His Light and Love! Blessings!
Star of Christmas Cake By WithLoveAndConfection
I designed this for the June 2010 issue of Cake Central Magazine. It was a great honor to be included in this beautiful magazine!!! The Urn is made of gingerbread, the stone work is fondant and the peonies are gumpaste.
Damask and horizontal Stripes By bonnscakesaz
Fondant cake with royal damask pattern and fondant horizontal stripes.
Wedding cakes By bakermamacakes
3-tier fondant wedding cake with handmade gum paste flowers
Modern Elegance By desireea
Vanilla buttermilk cake, strawberry meringue filling, IMBC frosting…fondant ropes, wafer paper roses.. made just for fun
Elegant grey winter cake By fleur-de-sucre
This elegant rectangular cake is decorated with Swiss lace that I have made from my own molds.
Created by Elaine Rhule
This was my first entry to Cake International NEC 2013.With this cake I won silver.The painting I really liked to do. Make Magnolia’s was still a challenge for my.I found it exciting to be join the first time in an international competition.It has been a amazing experience and for sure next year I will do it again.
I was asked to create this cake for a photo shoot here in OK. The theme of the shoot was a Hipster/Industrial vibe with a nod to the Native American roots of our state. I covered the cake in pale blush fondant, then hand cut the triangles in peach, mint, emerald, and gold (the color inspiration for the shoot). I hand made the succulents from fondant, and placed the cake on a stand I made. I was so happy to create something unique.
Funky Floral By koryak
I love love love this cake. Fondant (yellow placed like normal first then white tops on that) with painted flowers (used airbrush color and a brush) outlined (yes, its supposed to be sloppy-ish) in royal icing. Sugarpaste fantasy flowers on the top.
Beasley Wedding By tonicake
Original design by Oklahoma Bridal Magazine