Bridal Dress Cake With 2 Present Cakes - Main Picture

Bride ordered a replica of her dress and 2 present cakes. The bodice(from waist up) is styrofoam. See my other picture of dress before fully decorated for structure. Dress is covered with fondant and luster dusted with a maroon luster dust.

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This is fantastic - what are the little clips made of that hold the skirt up? This has really great detail, well done!! 8O :D :D :D

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Wow, I can't believe this is even possible to make. The draping is amazing. Absolutely love the detail on the present cakes too.

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Thanks for wonderful comments. I made hat molding a dough of 75% gumpaste and 25% fondant over Wilton 5 inch ball mold(dusted heavily with cornstarch before placing dough on top of it). This got me the hat center. I used the PME 20" deep impression basketweave rolling pin to get weave design. When I purchased it, it was $40. After hat center dried, rolled out more dough, textured it, cut out a doughnut shape, place around outside of hat center, did small sponges placed under brim to get rippl...

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the clips were made from a section of one of the Baroque gumpaste molds by wilton. It is from the Regalia set of molds. To see brides' actual dress, visit www.tanyacakes.com, click on Wedding cakes button, click on the similar cake as here to view additional photos of the cake, including the bride in her dress.

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I am awestruck........your talent is unbelievable and the brides dress........how gorgeous! Went on your site to look........wow! 8O

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This is so elegant. I love the color and the shine. Makes me think of a Victorian dress. It's stunning and unique. 8O :D

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WOW! Very beautiful and amazing details! 8O Your site is great too. I think the cake is actually nicer than the dress! :wink:

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Thanks for wonderful comments. I made hat molding a dough of 75% gumpaste and 25% fondant over Wilton 5 inch ball mold(dusted heavily with cornstarch before placing dough on top of it). This got me the hat center. I used the PME 20" deep impression basketweave rolling pin to get weave design. When I purchased it, it was $40. After hat center dried, rolled out more dough, textured it, cut out a doughnut shape, place around outside of hat center, did small sponges placed under brim to get rippl...

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the clips were made from a section of one of the Baroque gumpaste molds by wilton. It is from the Regalia set of molds. To see brides' actual dress, visit www.tanyacakes.com, click on Wedding cakes button, click on the similar cake as here to view additional photos of the cake, including the bride in her dress.

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I am awestruck........your talent is unbelievable and the brides dress........how gorgeous! Went on your site to look........wow! 8O

on

Wow, I can't believe this is even possible to make. The draping is amazing. Absolutely love the detail on the present cakes too.

on

This is fantastic - what are the little clips made of that hold the skirt up? This has really great detail, well done!! 8O :D :D :D

on

This is so elegant. I love the color and the shine. Makes me think of a Victorian dress. It's stunning and unique. 8O :D

on

WOW! Very beautiful and amazing details! 8O Your site is great too. I think the cake is actually nicer than the dress! :wink:


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