Urgent Help Needed!

Decorating By mandyrangel Updated 1 Feb 2014 , 8:35pm by mandyrangel

mandyrangel Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 12:27am
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I have been asked to create a cake like the one in the photo below for a good friend's wedding. I have been doing research online and have found lots of options for "edible lace moulds". Can anyone identify the lace mould that was used in this cake, or at least one similar? I was asked last minute and I need to rush order a mould in order for it to get here on time, I just need help finding the right one!

Thank you so much in advance!!! :)


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costumeczar Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 1:50am
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Based on the smaller one on the second tier, I think that came from a company that is no longer in business. I have the smaller one and the larger one looks familiar, so I can't say for sure, though.

costumeczar Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 1:51am
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sugarflorist Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 1:15pm
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have you tried Google lace molds

Rosie93095 Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 8:04pm
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sugarflorist, I believe OP said they had done research online.

GigisFreshBaked Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 8:22pm
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Global Sugar Art also has several lace molds that look similar to that

sugarflorist Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 9:20pm
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AI made the comment because I googled and loads came up. But I guess on a multinational site that may not be the case in your region. I will try to post links instead. It was not my intention to cause any offence or be sarcastic :(

sugarflorist Posted 31 Jan 2014 , 9:30pm
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I use this company they do airmail delivery world wide hope this is more help ;)

LeanneW Posted 1 Feb 2014 , 12:43am
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I have used Marvelous Molds lace molds with great success! They are specifically designed to give the look of hand over-piped lace. They don't have the exact molds of this cake but I think you could make a very similar look by piecing together several lace shapes. Also Dominic, the owner/product developer/amazing mold expert is awesome... I'm sure you could call about getting it to you as fast as humanly possible!


Also, have you considered just hand piping this pattern? you could cut the shapes from ivory or white fondant, apply onto the cake and the over-pipe the lace motif with royal icing.


Good luck with your cake.

AZCouture Posted 1 Feb 2014 , 1:40am
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ASearch for the owner of this photo in Google images. Most likely the website it's from will pop up and then you can contact them and get the details.

sugarflorist Posted 1 Feb 2014 , 3:03am
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mandyrangel Posted 1 Feb 2014 , 8:35pm
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Okay, I LOVE this website! Thank you everyone, for all your helpful comments! 


costumeczar, I actually found the exact mould on decoratethecake.com, the website that you suggested.


Thank you again for your help, all! :)

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