I have a request for a bible baptism cake for this weekend. It's for a little one year old boy. Should I do a brown bible or do you usually make a blue bible? Are they usually open or closed? She also wants a roseary. What should I use to make one? TIA
I think there is no right answer here, what does the mom want? I mean these are options you have mentioned. In the end it's really gonna matter how well they are done.
I just did a search on Bible baptism cakes, and found so many pics in the gallery. I ask the cake wanter(i dont sell cakes) first, get a vision, and have fun seeing it come to life!
BTW, i just looked at your cakes, and they are amazing...dont think you or your requester ahs anything to worry about!
She really doesn't know what she wants expect that a bible cake with a roseary. She is not from this country and I think she is doing it more for her husband and his family so I want it to be special. Her family keeps coming up with excuses on why they can't attend. Her sister is supposed to be the godmother and they will have a stand in.
Since its a baptism cake, you may want to consider white with gold accents. Rosary...every one will have a different answer on this but I have done one and threaded it with gold beading wire. I was pleased with the results. The cross & Hail Holy Queen were made of gumpaste. You can color fondant a very light blue and luster dust the Hail Mary Beads...and the Our Father can be in a coordinating color.
The choices are endless. Between you and the mom, you should be able to come up with an idea. I'm sure it will be beautiful.
I agree with JerseygirlNga. I like White bibles for baptisms with light baby blue accents for a boy. I have a super simple bible cake in my pics, it's in white and gold.