First Wedding Cake

This is my first wedding cake for my brother. It was inspired by a cake in the Wilton Weddings book. The colors chosen were matched to the invitation (bronze and teal). 15", 9" and 6" petal pans. Each cake was 4 layer. Devil's Food with chocolate whipped cream filling and pineapple cake with pineapple filling. The flowers are the "fantasy flower" painted with pearl luster dust.

Comments

shannas Says... 8 years ago

Great job! I absolutly love it!. Hard to believe that this is your first wedding cake! :D

ihavasweet2th Says... 8 years ago

Nice work!! Love the color combo!!

jcakes17 Says... 8 years ago

very nice job! hope my first turns out like yours.

cake-angel Says... 8 years ago

Wonderful job!

lkfarley Says... 8 years ago

I concur with jcakes17! Hope my first one is this nice. You did a beautiful job! Love the details and colors!

lisakay Says... 8 years ago

absolutely beautiful

kakabekabunny Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous cake!! Are the bronze &teal lace pieces fondant? & how did you get the lacey affect?

mayra Says... 8 years ago

very nice... unique... how did you get the lacey affect and how did you get that color teal?

nautkl1 Says... 8 years ago

The lace effect is easy.... cut a piece of lace to cover the are you want in lace, spread royal icing over the lace and lift the lace piece to show the royal icing pattern. Wholla! Instant icing lace! Looks like you spent hours doing all the detail work, but only takes seconds!

shannas Says... 8 years ago

Great job! I absolutly love it!. Hard to believe that this is your first wedding cake! :D

ihavasweet2th Says... 8 years ago

Nice work!! Love the color combo!!

jcakes17 Says... 8 years ago

very nice job! hope my first turns out like yours.

cake-angel Says... 8 years ago

Wonderful job!

lkfarley Says... 8 years ago

I concur with jcakes17! Hope my first one is this nice. You did a beautiful job! Love the details and colors!

lisakay Says... 8 years ago

absolutely beautiful

nautkl1 Says... 8 years ago

The lace effect is easy.... cut a piece of lace to cover the are you want in lace, spread royal icing over the lace and lift the lace piece to show the royal icing pattern. Wholla! Instant icing lace! Looks like you spent hours doing all the detail work, but only takes seconds!

kakabekabunny Says... 8 years ago

Gorgeous cake!! Are the bronze &teal lace pieces fondant? & how did you get the lacey affect?

mayra Says... 8 years ago

very nice... unique... how did you get the lacey affect and how did you get that color teal?


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