nikki4199 Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 12:10am
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Hello,

I have a request for a two tier buttercream chabby chic wedding cake. Not sure what Chabby chic really is! The only pics she showed me were a cake with lace ribbon on the bottom and another with lace fondant cutouts on one. Can anyone explain what exactly it means? Please.

 

Thanks Nicole

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kakeladi Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 4:42am
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It would be best for your birde to provide you with a picture or two of what *she* wants.  There are many choices regarding that style.  Try googling 'shabby chic cakes.

Nanny1620 Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 5:47am
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I uploaded a wedding cake I did for a country shabby chic wedding.  When the bride first requested it, I was like "What??"  but after searching the internet and seeing some pics it really grew on me.  For this cake I used lace, burlap(that makes the country part, LOL) and satin ribbon.  Because the lace was going to touch the icing, I cut a strip of wax paper little less wide than the lace and wrapped that aroung each tier first.

cake for country shabby chic wedding.

nikki4199 Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 5:15pm
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Thanks !

Nanny1620 pretty cake!

remnant3333 Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 5:23pm
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very simple yet elegant looking cake!! Very pretty!

-K8memphis Posted 30 Dec 2012 , 5:45pm
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Oh perfect example, beautiful work, Nanny1620, And definitely ask the bride as kakeladi sagely recommends.

It's like a bride saying she wants an 'elegant' cake. I mean they gotta narrow that down for yah some.

 

The footed lace topped mason jar toasting glasses are a nice touch too.

 

Yeah shabby chic is a blending of opposites.

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