Sedona Cakes Lace Cake

Decorating By niccicola Updated 22 Apr 2014 , 7:19am by JWinslow

niccicola Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 4:24pm
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I am wondering how to go about executing the lace detail on this cake. Is it royal icing? cut-out fondant? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!$!400x.jpg


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-K8memphis Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 4:38pm
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i'm gonna guess sugarveil alone or sugarveil plus overpiped fondant pieces

niccicola Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 4:45pm
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I came across "Crystal Lace" in my research (similar to SugarVeil) and it appears that it may have come from an assortment of their molds. I am not 100% on that though.


I have an inquiry into Sedona Cake Couture on the off chance that they are willing to point me into a direction.



shanter Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 7:35pm
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I darkened the picture so you could see the detail:

niccicola Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 8:43pm
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Awesome!! Thank you SO much!


Andrea @ Sedona Cakes replied:


Well, that cake was hand piped with royal icing and a number 2 tip.....just made up the design as I went. No other secrets to it. Good luck in replicating it.....and be sure to charge enough - it took a long time to pipe that design!!


So, yeah...WOW! Hand piped? Sheesh, I mean, I know I have some talent but not near enough to feel confident in recreating her design.


Back to the drawing board. :)

scrumdiddlycakes Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 9:29pm
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AYou can get lace cut outs, that you apply and then pipe small lines of royal to 'connect'. its extremely simple, albeit time consuming. That is how the lace on this one was done. A bit of over piping on the cut outs adds a lot to the realism as well, but still way easier than completely hand piping.

niccicola Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 9:36pm
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Yeah, I think I am going to end up going the route of pulling together a bunch of different cut-outs and silicone molds, then over-piping (I am doing some online shopping/research as we speak). Time consuming, yes, but I think it's the only way to pull it off. My free hand skills aren't where they should be if I were to wing it.


Thankfully, I have until May 25 to get everything together (technically, a week before then since that is her wedding day, but you get the gist).

niccicola Posted 6 Jan 2014 , 9:59pm
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PERFECT!! Thanks...I am currently browsing Ebay, CKproducts, and Decorate The Cake.


I also found "Cake Lace" which is just like SugarVeil or Crystal Lace, except you bake it!! What??? I am not fond of buying out of country simply because of shipping costs, but I like the idea of baking the lace molds, which takes 10-20 minutes as opposed to waiting for it to dry over a few hours before being able to do repeat that mold again.

caketinsmith Posted 21 Apr 2014 , 6:08pm
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Hello everyone ,


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JWinslow Posted 22 Apr 2014 , 7:19am
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