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Champagne Bubbles In Lilac

This cake was for a Champagne-themed wedding, but we wanted to incorporate her lilac colour as well...so here is the compromise!

The tiers were 5.5" tall apiece and the flavour was Lime Zest Spongecake with Fresh Raspberry Buttercream, iced in Coconut Buttercream. YUMMY!!

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Hi Everyone - FYI If you go to the forum and search for "Lilac Champagne Bubbles" you'll see a long thread that discusses this cake and Antonia's tips on how she achieves such perfect results.

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Martga Stewart's Italian Meringue Buttercream, using all unsalted butter (no shortening) and egg whites. It;'s nice and creamy and easy to work with. I use a plastering tool to get my cakes really really smooth! (Plus I beat the buttercream with a paddle after I make it, to get all the air bubbles out.)

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not until I smooth my tops better (hahaha!!) I'm going to try the paper towel trick I've read all about on this site because I'm NOT good at that part yet!

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Your cake is so beautiful and smooth. My son just saw it and said wow smooth not like yours mom! Nice kid. lol. You did an awesome job.

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your cakes are so smooth andyour edges so sharp it looks like plastic that's a compliment I'm having such a hard time getting my cakes smooth

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I just wanted to say thank you for sharing all of your beautiful creations it gives us so much inspirations so thank you again your cakes are so beautiful!

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I agree with everyone about your technique from over here it looks flawless, PLEASE CAN I JOIN YOUR TUTORIAL MAILING LIST, THANK U AND BEAUUUUUUUTIFUL JOB!!!!! :lol:

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Hi Everyone - FYI If you go to the forum and search for "Lilac Champagne Bubbles" you'll see a long thread that discusses this cake and Antonia's tips on how she achieves such perfect results.

on

Martga Stewart's Italian Meringue Buttercream, using all unsalted butter (no shortening) and egg whites. It;'s nice and creamy and easy to work with. I use a plastering tool to get my cakes really really smooth! (Plus I beat the buttercream with a paddle after I make it, to get all the air bubbles out.)

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not until I smooth my tops better (hahaha!!) I'm going to try the paper towel trick I've read all about on this site because I'm NOT good at that part yet!

on

Your cake is so beautiful and smooth. My son just saw it and said wow smooth not like yours mom! Nice kid. lol. You did an awesome job.

on

your cakes are so smooth andyour edges so sharp it looks like plastic that's a compliment I'm having such a hard time getting my cakes smooth

on

I just wanted to say thank you for sharing all of your beautiful creations it gives us so much inspirations so thank you again your cakes are so beautiful!

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I agree with everyone about your technique from over here it looks flawless, PLEASE CAN I JOIN YOUR TUTORIAL MAILING LIST, THANK U AND BEAUUUUUUUTIFUL JOB!!!!! :lol:


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