First Wedding Cake

The bride wanted a non-traditional winter theme cake for her January wedding. I created tiers of cupcakes baked in silver papers, iced in buttercream, sprinkled with cake glitter, with every other cupcake adorned with royal icing snowflakes. The 7" top tier (see Snowflake Tier photo) was decorated with royal icing snowflakes attached to sucker sticks. The snowflakes also had glitter sprinkled over them.

Comments

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Great work!

blueskies Says... 9 years ago

Gorgeous!!!!

missnnaction Says... 9 years ago

this is nice,...how did you do it...if you don't mind me asking...

MsTonyasCakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job! ;-D

Nitu Says... 9 years ago

Very Nice!!!

Tiramisu Says... 9 years ago

Idea and pattern is from one of the Wilton wedding books (blue cover). First, I trace the pattern several times onto a sheet of paper. Then made several photo copies of the patterns. Next, I taped the patterns to jelly roll pans turned upside down, covered the patterns with wax paper sprayed lightly with non-stick spray. Using a small round tip, I traced the pattern with royal icing. When the snowflakes where completely dried I glued on the sticks with royal icing. These are fragile so make extras in cas

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

That's beautiful! I'm going to use the sucker stick idea for a snowflake cake I have next month...that's brilliant!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! Very elegant.

leily Says... 9 years ago

I love snowflakes, and I love this cake! I may have to do a variation on this for a christmas party this year.

admcf Says... 9 years ago

beautiful, i would be afraid to try this though!

mary-ann Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! Very nice job!

craftomaticone Says... 9 years ago

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!! I love it. My daugter's sweet 16 party is a winter wonderland theme and this would be the perfect cake! Very Nice job

cakesondemand Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

Great work!

blueskies Says... 9 years ago

Gorgeous!!!!

missnnaction Says... 9 years ago

this is nice,...how did you do it...if you don't mind me asking...

MsTonyasCakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful job! ;-D

Nitu Says... 9 years ago

Very Nice!!!

Tiramisu Says... 9 years ago

Idea and pattern is from one of the Wilton wedding books (blue cover). First, I trace the pattern several times onto a sheet of paper. Then made several photo copies of the patterns. Next, I taped the patterns to jelly roll pans turned upside down, covered the patterns with wax paper sprayed lightly with non-stick spray. Using a small round tip, I traced the pattern with royal icing. When the snowflakes where completely dried I glued on the sticks with royal icing. These are fragile so make extras in cas

antonia74 Says... 9 years ago

That's beautiful! I'm going to use the sucker stick idea for a snowflake cake I have next month...that's brilliant!

APCakes Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! Very elegant.

leily Says... 9 years ago

I love snowflakes, and I love this cake! I may have to do a variation on this for a christmas party this year.

admcf Says... 9 years ago

beautiful, i would be afraid to try this though!

mary-ann Says... 9 years ago

Beautiful! Very nice job!

craftomaticone Says... 9 years ago

ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS!! I love it. My daugter's sweet 16 party is a winter wonderland theme and this would be the perfect cake! Very Nice job

cakesondemand Says... 8 years ago

Beautiful


Login To Leave A Comment