My name is Seyun, I am a owner/designer of a buttercream flowercake studio "Rice & Flower", based in New York City.
I know Wilton style buttercream flowers are very wide-spread, but Korean-style buttercream flowers are probably fairly new to many decorators. The focus is on high-level of intricacy, details and one-of-a-kind coloring-- which are major components to creating a beautiful, realistic-looking flowercakes. I am hoping to introduce these techniques to fellow cake enthusiasts! Any questions, comments are welcome. :) Would love to share and talk!
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I never knew Korean method was buttercream, so thanks for the explanation. Will your class be online with one of those companies that offer claas on line?
Gorgeous flowers, beautiful colours. Korean buttercream has been a confusing topic. Many decorators trying to find a recipe to replicate. Not a easy task. Will you be sharing your recipe or creating a platform to sell the recipe and tutorial?