Eiffel Tower

This design comes from a bridal magazine that originally showed it with rose pedals sprinkled along each tier and rose buds placed under the topper. However, the couple liked the contemporary feel given by the stark plainness and bold lines. It also helps to draw your eye to the intricate handmade topper that was purchased through the bridal magazine.

Comments

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Very nice and very unusual. You did an awesome job with it!

m0use Says... 10 years ago

That is cool!

PoodleDoodle Says... 10 years ago

I love it -- is the border "reverse shell"? Is there a trick to getting the shell over the edge of the cake? Very Nice.

angelas2babies Says... 9 years ago

So creative. Just beautiful.

mcvick6 Says... 10 years ago

Yep, it's the reverse shell in all its glory! :) As for getting it over the side of the edge, just start piping as close to the edge as you possibly can and it will naturally fall over. Very fun!

PerryStCakes Says... 10 years ago

you are a very talented designer. I think it takes a lot of talent to do a plain cake - no flowers to hide flaws.

tan32 Says... 8 years ago

Neat cake

m0use Says... 10 years ago

That is cool!

PoodleDoodle Says... 10 years ago

I love it -- is the border "reverse shell"? Is there a trick to getting the shell over the edge of the cake? Very Nice.

ntertayneme Says... 10 years ago

Very nice and very unusual. You did an awesome job with it!

mcvick6 Says... 10 years ago

Yep, it's the reverse shell in all its glory! :) As for getting it over the side of the edge, just start piping as close to the edge as you possibly can and it will naturally fall over. Very fun!

PerryStCakes Says... 10 years ago

you are a very talented designer. I think it takes a lot of talent to do a plain cake - no flowers to hide flaws.

angelas2babies Says... 9 years ago

So creative. Just beautiful.

tan32 Says... 8 years ago

Neat cake


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