Buttercream Rose Cake

This is my first attempt at a buttercream wedding cake. (I usually like to work with fondant) I used an impression mat to make the lace on the buttercream. I found the spray roses at Sam's Club for 12.00. This is a little practice one, but I think the roses make the cake.

Comments

psurrette Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty

cybourg Says... 9 years ago

Very nice!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

Great job! Yes, roses just look great every time. I agree - I much prefer working with fondant!

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

Thanks!!!!! :D I hope I am not sounding bad, but I am thrilled with how this came out in real life. Fresh roses are just so incredible....what bride would not love them stacked high adorning her cake.

dky Says... 9 years ago

I really like the elegant beauty of this cake, the roses do make it so special :)

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

great job on the cake

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

very pretty!! you did a wonderful job :)

KayDay Says... 9 years ago

I love it! How did you get your roses ( between the tiers) to stack so evenly? I still havent done one where they wanted them filling the whole space. Did you use floral foam?

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful~

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

believe it or not, I just put wax paper down and just lay the roses one their sides, one on top of the other. I just tried to arrange them. I did not use floral foam for the top bouquet...I had a ball of fondant, made holes in it with a skewer, and then poked the roses in. The roses lasted overnight, so I know that if this cake were to sit for a few hours in air conditioning, the roses would stay.

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

cindycakes2 Says... 9 years ago

It's beautiful....I just love the real roses on a wedding cake.

cakegal Says... 9 years ago

Lovely work.... You did an awesome job on this cake.. :)

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!

psurrette Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty

cybourg Says... 9 years ago

Very nice!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

Great job! Yes, roses just look great every time. I agree - I much prefer working with fondant!

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

Thanks!!!!! :D I hope I am not sounding bad, but I am thrilled with how this came out in real life. Fresh roses are just so incredible....what bride would not love them stacked high adorning her cake.

dky Says... 9 years ago

I really like the elegant beauty of this cake, the roses do make it so special :)

justsweet Says... 9 years ago

great job on the cake

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

very pretty!! you did a wonderful job :)

KayDay Says... 9 years ago

I love it! How did you get your roses ( between the tiers) to stack so evenly? I still havent done one where they wanted them filling the whole space. Did you use floral foam?

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful~

ellepal Says... 9 years ago

believe it or not, I just put wax paper down and just lay the roses one their sides, one on top of the other. I just tried to arrange them. I did not use floral foam for the top bouquet...I had a ball of fondant, made holes in it with a skewer, and then poked the roses in. The roses lasted overnight, so I know that if this cake were to sit for a few hours in air conditioning, the roses would stay.

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful!

cindycakes2 Says... 9 years ago

It's beautiful....I just love the real roses on a wedding cake.

cakegal Says... 9 years ago

Lovely work.... You did an awesome job on this cake.. :)

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Absolutely beautiful!


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