Help With A Different Wedding Cake

Decorating By Bogginboy Updated 13 May 2015 , 3:14am by Bogginboy

Bogginboy Posted 9 May 2015 , 7:37pm
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my cousin just got engaged about a week ago and has already found a cake design she likes and the cake has a lace look almost like the edges of doilies with a few scrolls here and there and we found a couple of fondant molds that might help but i was wondering if anyone knew of an easy-ish way to make lace like that out of fondant here's the cake:

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Bogginboy Posted 9 May 2015 , 7:38pm
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Bogginboy Posted 9 May 2015 , 7:38pm
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well i guess that didn't work

costumeczar Posted 9 May 2015 , 10:09pm
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Is there a link that you can post isntad of trying to post the photo?

costumeczar Posted 9 May 2015 , 10:09pm
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I meant "instead"

Bogginboy Posted 12 May 2015 , 9:59am
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Not really my cousin sent me a pin of it on Pinterest and when I clicked it to go to the website it pulled up something else

Frank68 Posted 12 May 2015 , 12:41pm
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This is tough without a picture, but I really like the lace molds that Martha Stewart used on her lace wedding cake and I use them all the time. 

This is the cake:

I've made something close a few times. The Marvelous Molds website is also another great place for fondant lace molds  they're pricey but the quality is great. You can reuse them a lot of different ways and cut out individual elements from each mold.

hope that helps,


Bogginboy Posted 12 May 2015 , 7:30pm
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Thanks for the help, if you look at my profile and go to my images I posted the picture there, my aunt wants to see if her 

Bogginboy Posted 12 May 2015 , 7:31pm
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Cricut fondant cutter machine will do the job but also might not do a lace cake at all so who knows lol

-K8memphis Posted 12 May 2015 , 8:17pm
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it looks piped to me -- i could do it piping it

-K8memphis Posted 12 May 2015 , 8:18pm
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but laying down the pattern first is a good idea but that design is very rounded like it could come out of a tube

pastrypet Posted 12 May 2015 , 8:29pm
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It's all piped.

Bogginboy Posted 13 May 2015 , 3:14am
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Yeah I know it's piped but we were wanting to do fondant we don't really have steady enough hands to do piping like that and we have wrist problems that keep us from being able to pipe too much

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