paperlace1 Posted 28 Oct 2013 , 1:36pm
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I am thinking about my next competition and i would really like to do a wedding cake. the criterion is pretty open  

18 inch no height restriction three or more tiers.

 

although i have done a few wedding cakes i have always had a brief that has tied me down. but with free reign i reall do not know where to start. 

 

i don't do royal icing because i can no longer stand or balance well enough to make a good job of it. i was hoping to tie into a current trend but where do you look for trends in wedding cakes. 

 

the only idea i have had is celtic knotwork overlays.

 

so i was wondering if anyone was willing to share how you approach designing from scratch.

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Relznik Posted 28 Oct 2013 , 2:10pm
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Ha!  You've hit the nail on the head.  That's why I've never entered the Cake International competition...

 

...  there's a difference between a cake maker and a cake designer.  And unfortunately, when I'm not pinned down with an idea my mind goes to mush!!!

 

Good luck!! 

 

Suzanne x

Sassyzan Posted 28 Oct 2013 , 2:31pm
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ACeltic knot work sounds beautiful!

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