I don't know anything about the cutters, but wow, that cake is gorgeous!
not sure if those are cutters. looks like royal icing piped on top of the cake to make patterns or possibly molds.
I agree they look like molds to me. They are gorgeous though..if anyone does know I would be interested in getting them.
That is freakin' amazing! Absolutely beautiful. I would be interested to know if it is a mold or actual hand done. Wow...wow.
Sorry, should have asked "What cutters OR MOLDS are these?" :) I do not think it is hand piped as there are some repeating shapes/patterns... Would love to find out what they are though! :)
That looks like the decor you can get with the Wilton Fondant and Gum Paste Molds. I just saw them at my local Joann craft store last night and thought about getting them for my next cake project. Wilton has quite a few different ones that are very pretty.
it's a gorgeous cake. I contacted the person who made the cake and she said it was all piped.
AShe has some mad skills! I thought it was molds since it looks too perfect to be hand piped!
Hmmm...Well since I dont have her mad skills with the piping bag - anyone have any cutters that are similar?
It definitely looks like a mold. Possibly more than one and they made the pattern themselves from a couple different molds.
These are lace silicone molds I got some at NY cake, there is quite a selection on Global Sugar and Amazon. Not exactly what is on this cake but beautiful. hth
Please stay away form the Wilton......anything
Here is a pic of the Chalice Cake I used the molds on. This was my first time using them they were easy to use. I am still working on getting my bc smooth.
have you tried Melvira's method? http://cakecentral.com/a/quick-easy-smooth-icing-using-a-roller-melvira-method
What "style" would you guys call this? It is def. not floral in nature but I can't seen to weed out what I am looking for... paisley?
It's a combination of things. Cutters, molds, and a lot of overpiping. It's stunning!