Purple Heart Wedding Cakes

Gumpaste floral(lilac, ivory roses, violets) bouquet copied from Kerry Vincent's Romantic Cakes book. Large initials were color flow(runny royal icing). Ivory colored fondant covering cakes.

Comments

Dordee Says... 8 years ago

Oh, how cute!! These are adorable!

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

CrystalsCakes5 Says... 8 years ago

Very unique and pretty!! What is the purple sculpture in the middle?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

The purple sculpture was the letter P created with color flow or runny royal icing with a wire stuck into it. The pattern was a fancy script. It is two dimensional. So not a sculpture but a fancy edible letter P, which was to be the married couple's last name's first letter.

tinytam1 Says... 8 years ago

love your lilacs... what was the colour that u used?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

the lilacs are voilet (americolor) colored gumpaste luster dusted with violet luster dust.

angienajjar Says... 8 years ago

Love your roses and bow - how did you get the texture on bow?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

To get the texture on the bow, I used the PME Ribbed/Smocking Rolling Pin #17420 at www.globalsugarart.com. I rolled out ivory colored gumpaste. Rolled the rolling pin in one direction over the gumpaste. Then turned the rolling pin perpendicular(or rotate 90 degrees) to the first roll, and rolled again to create miniature squares/textured look on the gumpaste.

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

I love it!

CrystalsCakes5 Says... 8 years ago

Very unique and pretty!! What is the purple sculpture in the middle?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

The purple sculpture was the letter P created with color flow or runny royal icing with a wire stuck into it. The pattern was a fancy script. It is two dimensional. So not a sculpture but a fancy edible letter P, which was to be the married couple's last name's first letter.

angienajjar Says... 8 years ago

Love your roses and bow - how did you get the texture on bow?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

To get the texture on the bow, I used the PME Ribbed/Smocking Rolling Pin #17420 at www.globalsugarart.com. I rolled out ivory colored gumpaste. Rolled the rolling pin in one direction over the gumpaste. Then turned the rolling pin perpendicular(or rotate 90 degrees) to the first roll, and rolled again to create miniature squares/textured look on the gumpaste.

tinytam1 Says... 8 years ago

love your lilacs... what was the colour that u used?

tanyacakes Says... 8 years ago

the lilacs are voilet (americolor) colored gumpaste luster dusted with violet luster dust.

Dordee Says... 8 years ago

Oh, how cute!! These are adorable!

justsweet Says... 8 years ago

beautiful cake

tcturtleshell Says... 8 years ago

I love it!


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