Gumpaste Anthuriums And Chocolate Seashells

This cake was done for a bridal shower but it was actually more of a reception cake as the bride and groom had gone off and gotten married in St. Lucia then returned home to celebrate with friends and family. The cake design idea came from the bride's original bouquet of red anthuriums and the tropical location of their wedding. The anthuriums on this cake are made of gumpaste and the seashells are molded from white chocolate. The "sand" is made of crushed vanilla cookies.

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ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake with the exotic flowers on it! You did a wonderful job on it!!

mycakesandmore Says... 10 years ago

Yes, they are edible.

ajoycake Says... 10 years ago

fantastic work

Mjmil7 Says... 10 years ago

What a beautiful tropical cake! Are the gumpaste flowers edible?

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

I love the anthuriums and I'm thinking of doing these with orchids on my wedding cake!

Kimanalynn Says... 9 years ago

how did you do the anthuriums?

mycakesandmore Says... 9 years ago

I made them out of gumpaste using a heart shaped cookie cutter.

Mjmil7 Says... 10 years ago

What a beautiful tropical cake! Are the gumpaste flowers edible?

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake with the exotic flowers on it! You did a wonderful job on it!!

mycakesandmore Says... 10 years ago

Yes, they are edible.

ajoycake Says... 10 years ago

fantastic work

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

I love the anthuriums and I'm thinking of doing these with orchids on my wedding cake!

Kimanalynn Says... 9 years ago

how did you do the anthuriums?

mycakesandmore Says... 9 years ago

I made them out of gumpaste using a heart shaped cookie cutter.


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