Nothing beats simplicity for elegance! Nicely done!
wow!! YOu did an absolutley amazing and beautiful job!! Keep it up!!
WOW!!! Great Job for a first timer, I can't wait to see the rest
Your cake is very beautiful,,, Great work
simple, sleek and beautiful, how did you get the fondant pearls to have the sheen that they have
I followed the directions on Earlene's website and after an hour of drying, shook them in a small container with luster dust. I was amazed at how much they really looked like pearls!
your fondant is really smooth! congratulations mine never looks like that... how do you do it?
Hey, NICE smooth fondant!!
Gorgeous and perfect.
Lovely in it's simplicity!
Very elegant! WELL DONE!!
Your fondant is awesome! Wish mine was that smooth. I would also like to know how you did it.
Wish I could give you a secret, I think more than anything I made sure I didn't roll it out too thin. I also made sure to use the viva technique on the bc underneath. That and a whole lot of prayers!
Lovely cake. The pearls really do look real!
WOW!! This really pretty! Good Job!!!
thanks so much! i really appreciate it. i am so exited! i showed the design to my friend who is helping me with the shower and she also said it was the most beautiful cake shed ever seen! i hope to see more of your cake in the future, thanks again!
i love!!! your cake it is so beautiful.im making a cake for a baby shower and will be basing it on your design.(because its the most gorgeous cake ive ever seen) i do have a question though. i know you used luster dust on the pearls, is that edible or do those need to be removed before serving?
Wow, thanks for the compliments! Yes, the pearls are completely edible. The only thing you'd have to remove is the ribbon.
Very nice! How did you get the ribbon edges to stay?
graduatern, I used double stick tape that I use in my photo albums, worked like a charm!
CakeCentral.com is the world's largest cake community for cake decorating professionals and enthusiasts.
(if this is a private computer)
Register now for
Yes please, register now!