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Thank you so much! I really appreciate the advice from you both!
thank-you K8memphis for the reply. I am curious as to why you would have made them buttercream instead of RI. I can do either, the bride just wanted them made from icing, I was just thinking the RI would dry ahead of time and keep their shape and not droop when put on the side of the cake as well as when they are dry, and all the moisture had evaporated out of them, they are light weight, and would be easier to cascade and stay on the sides. also, my RI roses just turn out...
What's the best way to attach Royal Icing roses in a cascade onto a fondant cake? I usually make gumpaste flowers, but the customer wanted RI and I want to make sure they don't fall off the sides. Will RI hold them securely to the fondant/, or is there a better way?
TasteAndSee, i'm sorry I haven't been on in a while and i'm just now seeing your post. they are on the way.
your cake looks great, thanks for sharing the pictures!
I like it, I don't regret purchasing it at all. I did see, you can buy just the program itself, where you don't have to have the internet for it, but I like the idea of being able to use it on my phone if im not at home when I get a call. no more saying, ''i'll have to call you back when i'm home and can check my appointment book''
well, I gave in and purchased the Cake Boss software, I am still working on getting everything put in there, but it was totally worth the price. I  think i'm going to love it.
Brenlynwin, I am on my way out the door, so I will copy and paste an email I sent to someone else with details on what worked for me, and pm it to you since I don't have time to type it all out right now. I hope it helps, and let me know if anything doesn't make since.
Oh my goodness Relznik, it looks so perfect I really thought it had to be a type of ribbon! Thank you so much for replying! It's just beautiful! It had to have taken hours to do that! How did you stick them to the cake? Just piping gel? My bride just wants them to look like a straight ribbon across the bottom of the cake like the second picture, but wanted the cake to be narrow at the bottom of the tiers and wider at the top like yours.
I  have been approached by two different brides, both wanting similar cakes with a bead boarder at the bottom of the tiers. I would appreciate some assurance that I am heading in the right direction on these.    cake number 1 -  To me this looks like it would be a ribbon of some sort, bought and just put around the bottom of the cake. I have tired to find it online, but have not had any luck. Does anyone know for sure, and if it is a ribbon, do you know where it can be...
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