Rose Cascade In Light Pink, Light Blue And White

This is one of 2 wedding cakes I made a couple of weekends before the hurricane hit us. This was a very last minute wedding cake order (1 week prior to the wedding). Her colors were light pink, light blue and white. For the cake, I used the super enhanced cake recipe from here.

Comments

Cady Says... 9 years ago

Very cute!!

cocopuff Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty, I love your roses. Is that fondant?

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

No, it's done in buttercream... I use Viva papertowels to get the smooth finish :)

irisinbloom Says... 9 years ago

Great job, I just love the roses:)

traci Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful Cheryl!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful cake, great job for 1 week's notice!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! I love the cascading roses, love that effect. Great job!!

Godiva Says... 9 years ago

How tall were your tiers? 5"?

sweetbaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty! Lovely cascade of roses!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Each layer was 4+ inches. All of my cakes are a very generous 4" tier in just the cake then when icing is added, it's probably between 4 1/2" to 5" tall.

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It is beautiful Cheryl!!

CDhartman Says... 9 years ago

I love this cake! How did you get the buttercream roses to stick to the sides of the cake? I've tried to do this before by my roses won't stick.

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Thank you :) I put a glob of icing behind them and insert a toothpick through the center of the rose. I take another toothpick and gently push it in until you can't see it anymore and leave just enough to keep the rose securely in place. I just make sure and tell whoever is serving or whoever is there when I deliver the cake that I have toothpicks inserted in the roses so they'll know :)

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It is beautiful Cheryl!!

CDhartman Says... 9 years ago

I love this cake! How did you get the buttercream roses to stick to the sides of the cake? I've tried to do this before by my roses won't stick.

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Thank you :) I put a glob of icing behind them and insert a toothpick through the center of the rose. I take another toothpick and gently push it in until you can't see it anymore and leave just enough to keep the rose securely in place. I just make sure and tell whoever is serving or whoever is there when I deliver the cake that I have toothpicks inserted in the roses so they'll know :)

Cady Says... 9 years ago

Very cute!!

cocopuff Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty, I love your roses. Is that fondant?

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

No, it's done in buttercream... I use Viva papertowels to get the smooth finish :)

irisinbloom Says... 9 years ago

Great job, I just love the roses:)

traci Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful Cheryl!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful cake, great job for 1 week's notice!

KimAZ Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! I love the cascading roses, love that effect. Great job!!

Godiva Says... 9 years ago

How tall were your tiers? 5"?

sweetbaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty! Lovely cascade of roses!

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

Each layer was 4+ inches. All of my cakes are a very generous 4" tier in just the cake then when icing is added, it's probably between 4 1/2" to 5" tall.


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