Brick Layer Grooms Cake

Decorating By susanmm23 Updated 14 Jul 2005 , 5:11pm by unforgetable2u

susanmm23 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 1:24am
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Ok we need some ideas for a brick layers grooms cake. The bride wants it to look like a brick. Ok no problem we can use a loaf pan and do a little shapping. Here is where we need help. How can we make it cute. obviously we need mmore than just a couple of loaf pans iced brick red you know what i mean. ANy ideas are welcome. please help.


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marknrox Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 1:46am
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My brother in law is a brick layer and I had thought of some cute ideas for a cake for him too.

Don't forget the mortar. You could also make a small "brick wall" and maybe some ivy "growing" on it. You could even have a guy banging his head against it. icon_twisted.gif (LOL)

I also thought of a round cake, several layers with small bricks on it, maybe made out of fondant to look like a wall or column in progress.

I hope this makes sense. I have it pictured in my head, not sure if I'm making sense though.

trisha1972 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 1:46am
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Do one brick laying down and one brick kinda propped up on it. Make a trowel out of gumpaste or fondant/gum-tex mix to sit next to it. Make other tools they they use the same way.
OR You could do a cake to look like a brick wall with a little guy molded standing next to it working on it.

A cute saying for it would be, " Bob and Jane....building a strong foundation for their future"

marknrox Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 1:48am
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I like your ideas too! That sounds cute.

susanmm23 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 1:52am
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thank you soo much guys these ideas sound great. do you think it would be easy to make the tools??? im not sure what they look like.

peacockplace Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:00am
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There's probably a mold out there. It seems like they have one for everything! I'm sure if you practice it before, you can come up with some great tools!

marknrox Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:05am
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I found you some pictures of tools.

susanmm23 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:10am
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cool thanks those would be fairly easy to make ot of fondant or gum paste. what do you think of this ......... either square or round base cake with the loaf pan brickes on top with the tools. for the sides of the base cake ice them brick red and then take grey icing and draw grout lines. (is that what its called grout) would that be tacky looking????

marknrox Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:12am
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I think it would be cute. Go for it.

susanmm23 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 2:24am
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i will run it by the bride and see what she thinks

sheilaattaway Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 5:25am
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Post your finished picture. I would love to see it

susanmm23 Posted 7 Jul 2005 , 5:27am
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oh i will its for next weekend. so by saturday night it will be posted.

Kristy Posted 8 Jul 2005 , 1:09am
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maybe use spray color or an airbrush to make "graffiti"?

susanmm23 Posted 8 Jul 2005 , 1:28am
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thats a cute idea. shoul dknow by nine for sure what she wants us to do

fytar Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 4:53pm
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Ohhhh, I hope this isn't too late! Here is an actual bricklayer cake with the stacked bricks and the trowel. here is the link:

hope that helps.


unforgetable2u Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 5:11pm
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that is a really cool cake i am sure she will like that one thumbs_up.gif

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