Out Side Of The Lines...

This towering cake design was chocolate and white layers with alternating fillings of fudge, strawberry and butter cream. Fondant draping runs vertically for a change of pace with gum paste flowers of lilies, roses, stephanotis. violets and small daisies adorning the top. Fondant/gum paste ribbons in light pink loop down the sides with gold wedding bands attached. Edible pearls and small daisies float down the sides. I absolutely loved doing this cake. Flowers chosen were off of the shower invitation.

Comments

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It sure is pretty!! Great work!!!!

Connie515 Says... 9 years ago

Very Pretty! I love it.

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

very unsual !! nicely done :)

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

That is a different look, but you've done a wonderful job of it!!! Just curious, how did they cut it?

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

Same as a regularly stacked cake, each tier was on it's own plate, so when you cut down into the top tier you would feel the plate, stop and take a sharp knife and follow the plate holding the knife on it's side to release the fondant. The fondant is quite thin which is the way most people prefer it. I just love this cake but it is not for everybody I'm sure. Thanks for your comments.

sheena Says... 9 years ago

LOVELY CAKE!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty! Nice job!

ashianadotkom Says... 9 years ago

I love this cake..it is so different!!!!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Very nice. Did you have to trim the cakes at all or is the fondant just draped over it and gave this appearance?

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

No trimming is necessary when you graduate from 5" to 10" (one layer) This was so fabulous in person, I placed the gold bands on three of the ribbons so that you would have a better chance to see two bands at once while being viewed 360 degrees....

teamtreadway Says... 9 years ago

i think this is great. i love the originality.

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I will be doing a couple more here soon that are just a bit different

SonyaKay Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful cake and unique and that's why I love it so much!

melysa Says... 7 years ago

i love that this is so different that what we usually see with tiered cakes. so beautiful!

tcturtleshell Says... 9 years ago

It sure is pretty!! Great work!!!!

Connie515 Says... 9 years ago

Very Pretty! I love it.

ntertayneme Says... 9 years ago

very unsual !! nicely done :)

jscakes Says... 9 years ago

That is a different look, but you've done a wonderful job of it!!! Just curious, how did they cut it?

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

Same as a regularly stacked cake, each tier was on it's own plate, so when you cut down into the top tier you would feel the plate, stop and take a sharp knife and follow the plate holding the knife on it's side to release the fondant. The fondant is quite thin which is the way most people prefer it. I just love this cake but it is not for everybody I'm sure. Thanks for your comments.

sheena Says... 9 years ago

LOVELY CAKE!

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty! Nice job!

ashianadotkom Says... 9 years ago

I love this cake..it is so different!!!!!!

cakemommy Says... 9 years ago

Very nice. Did you have to trim the cakes at all or is the fondant just draped over it and gave this appearance?

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

No trimming is necessary when you graduate from 5" to 10" (one layer) This was so fabulous in person, I placed the gold bands on three of the ribbons so that you would have a better chance to see two bands at once while being viewed 360 degrees....

teamtreadway Says... 9 years ago

i think this is great. i love the originality.

Cakebaker57 Says... 9 years ago

Thanks! I will be doing a couple more here soon that are just a bit different

SonyaKay Says... 8 years ago

Very beautiful cake and unique and that's why I love it so much!

melysa Says... 7 years ago

i love that this is so different that what we usually see with tiered cakes. so beautiful!


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