I have attached pictures of a wedding cake I am doing in June (except it will be done in pinks instead of yellows). I am having trouble finding these specific shaped cutters in the right sizes. Can anyone help me with what they are called, what size they are, and where I can find them. I have a ton of cutters, but none exactly like these. I'm pretty sure the five petal ones (shaped sort of like clovers) are the primrose cutters, but I am especially looking for the two large 8 petal cutters. They don't seem to be the same cutter as one has broader petals, while the other one seems to have longer ones. I have looked on all of my favorite supply sites and can't seem to find them. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I can't name the exact cutters, but I think I found many of them in the JEM set #2. Globalsugart has that set and Alan is wonderful for customer service.
to me it looks like they wernt cut with 1 cutter.. but more like the person made the flowers using multiple items to get them shaped that way. But thats just my thoughts! could be a cutter like that but i have no clue!
Looks to me like they used a daisy cutter a circle cutter and a small rose petal cutter? Pretty cake!
I agree w/Aleesha......several different cutters used. One makes the basic shape, then other small ones make cutouts in that shape.
Beautiful cake, once you find them, perhaps post to fill us all in. The five petal one not in the specific photos, but the larger photo actually lookes like a rose caylx cutter. Good luck, I'll be checking to see how you come out.