Wedding Cake To Make..need Opinions..

Decorating By niniroy Updated 10 Jan 2013 , 7:53pm by niniroy

niniroy Posted 9 Jan 2013 , 5:12pm
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AI have to make a wedding cake in a few weeks.. I'm trying to find the easiest and nicest way to make black scrolls on ivory fondant cakes.. it will be a 4 tiered cake.. is it best to decorate each tier separately then stack at hall.. or stack and decorate then transport to hall??

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-K8memphis Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 2:29am
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piping of course--


i'm liking rolling fondant sausages and applying them--would be a nice textural effect


i don't know either method is cool for that


i would have it all decorated before delivery


then just depends on how much help i have, how heavy the tiers are


could be all stacked or stacked on site


personal choice of the decorator





niniroy Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 6:48pm
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AThank you for ur help :)

Sabrina Cupid Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 7:04pm
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AI like K8memphis idea. Of rolling the black fondant or even gum paste. I would decorate the cake as much as possible and depending on how far you have to travel; I would decide by that. If its a long bumpy road I would assemble on site to prevent the cake from sinking, pieces from falling off, or the cake from tipping/ sliding. Sabrina

-K8memphis Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 7:16pm
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thank you both very much!


if you draw some scroll designs on paper then tape that to a cardboard and cover with plastic wrap you can make the same shapes & sizes for a very nice effect from a kerry vincent cake i did from her beautiful book romantic wedding cakes


(this cake was well proportioned but the camera does not show it to best advantage)





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-K8memphis Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 7:22pm
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oh yeah, use colored fondant--i would not wanna paint these after applying


you do not wanna try to apply scrolls that are already dusted


because you have to moisten the back to get them to adhere and


the dust makes a mess


i just recommned nice black fondant


dust after if necessary

niniroy Posted 10 Jan 2013 , 7:53pm
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AThanks:) its about 40 min drive.. I rather assemble at hall.. easier and less stressful..

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