Romantic Wedding Cake

This is the cake I that started me on my new cake decorating journey 5 months ago. I tried to cover it with fondant but the kitchen was so hot that day my fondand never worked :( Even my royal icing was melting so I had to decorate at the reception site. The lights were dimmed so I couldn't get a really nice picture. bummer! The cake was much better looking in real life. All flowers are sugar paste, some of the little filler flowers and the ones I used on the borders were handpulled. Mission accomplished!

Comments

SLK Says... 8 years ago

The flowers are great. Good Job!

yassy Says... 8 years ago

very beautiful

alicegop Says... 8 years ago

I'm glad I'm not the only one with heat problems. It was 110 here yesterday (seriously) and I have NO AC (swampcooler). So my frosting doesn't crust and while I got the mmf to work eventually... it was a chore! GREAT JOB.

cakesbyanh Says... 8 years ago

I feel your pain, alicegop! I wasted an entire day trying to get my fondant to work. I finally had to give up and covered it with buttercream. I had to do my royal icing borders twice because the first borders just melted like icecream! Didn't know that's possible! I had to make another quick batch of royal icing then rushed the stacked cake to the reception site to finish my work. Once in a cooled room everything went well. I learned to always expect the unexpected from this cake :)

Sister Says... 8 years ago

It turned out BEAUTIFIL!!!!! :)

kerririchards Says... 8 years ago

Simply gorgeous. One question though - did you use a styrofoam ball to put the flowers in on the top of the cake, or is that a rounded cake there as well?

cakesbyanh Says... 8 years ago

I used a little ball of fondant attached to a 4 inch card board.

SLK Says... 8 years ago

The flowers are great. Good Job!

yassy Says... 8 years ago

very beautiful

alicegop Says... 8 years ago

I'm glad I'm not the only one with heat problems. It was 110 here yesterday (seriously) and I have NO AC (swampcooler). So my frosting doesn't crust and while I got the mmf to work eventually... it was a chore! GREAT JOB.

cakesbyanh Says... 8 years ago

I feel your pain, alicegop! I wasted an entire day trying to get my fondant to work. I finally had to give up and covered it with buttercream. I had to do my royal icing borders twice because the first borders just melted like icecream! Didn't know that's possible! I had to make another quick batch of royal icing then rushed the stacked cake to the reception site to finish my work. Once in a cooled room everything went well. I learned to always expect the unexpected from this cake :)

Sister Says... 8 years ago

It turned out BEAUTIFIL!!!!! :)

kerririchards Says... 8 years ago

Simply gorgeous. One question though - did you use a styrofoam ball to put the flowers in on the top of the cake, or is that a rounded cake there as well?

cakesbyanh Says... 8 years ago

I used a little ball of fondant attached to a 4 inch card board.

CarolAnn Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful flowers! Great job!!


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