Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Wedding Cake at The Mill


During this past weekend I was lucky enough to do a wedding cake for a lovely couple at The Mill in Chattanooga, TN. What a beautiful event hall!

This cake was inspired by the bride's dress. Her dress featured overlay lace, and I used an impression mat to achieve a very similar pattern on the second tier. On the top tier, I molded a ornate plaque and hand painted the couple's monogram. I used the buttercream flavored Fondarific and the extended work time allowed me to get a really nice effect.

In case you were wondering, the floral arrangements were done by Divine Designs by Amanda and the table linens were provided by The White Table.

The spotlights made a hot spot on my photo, but click on the picture to see a close up picture that show a lot more detail. Thanks for stopping by!

5 comments:

  1. Wow... what a lovely cake. Luved the bows.

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  2. This cake looks beautiful, love the overlay & the bow.Are the flowers real or made of gumpaste?

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  3. Beautiful work! I especially love the bow!

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  4. Hi, thank you for stopping by my blog. Dora was a really a wreck for me. I will post my new take next week. I just sign up as your follower. I love this pink cake and white cake. The bow and loops are so perfect.

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  5. Beautiful cake! Congratulations!

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