I just love the tall white wedding cake in the gallery by Mischell that is decorated with a raised white rose design. The edges and centers of the flowers are painted gold -- I assume using a luster dust. Was a silicone mold used to make the roses which were then applied to the cake? If so, what mold was used, where can I find it, and was a gumpaste used to mold the flowers?
got a link or a picture?
might be brush embroidery but idk if I can't see it
Here it is. It definitely is a stunning cake.
I have no idea how she did it --
I would try the flowers with piped royal icing -- although the larger leaves above and below the flower look impressed -- so that's either fondant or maybe she lightly glazed it after piping? dots are piped -- the whole thing has a glazed or melty-in-a-good-way look to it -- I think it's all piped -- could be sprayed with glaze or something -- the gold is painted on after -- so for sure I got two right -- the dots are piped and the gold is painted on -- also the sprays of leaves are def piped -- so that's three --
no -- I got it -- she waters it down after piping at just the right time to get the seamless melty-in-a-good way look! for example in the big flower where the bud meets the other petals -- deftly watered down royal!!! at least that's how I could/would name that tune
beautiful beautiful cake
I think a mold was definitely used for the large flowers and possibly the smaller leaves. I have no idea what mold that is but you could always ask by adding a comment to the photo and see if she will respond. Or you could always message her directly.
freckles, no two small leaves are the same
I would make these by rolling a piece of fondant to about 3/8" thickness, place my pattern for the flower and leaves on the fondant and transfer by pricking tiny holes around the lines, then cut out the fondant around the outline. Sugar shapers / modeling tools, even a dresdin tool, would be used to make the veins, petals and add the 2D effect.
i'm in love with the little birdie