Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Blue Paisley Wedding Cake

This was a wedding cake that I delivered to the Loose Cannon Art Gallery this weekend.  I was very very pleased with how this one turned out.

This 4 tiered wedding cake started with a thorough covering of buttercream.  Then I rolled out thicker than normal strips of blue fondant and cut out this "rolling hill" pattern and wrapped it around each tier.  I then extruded a fondant rope and let it hit on top of that fondant ledge.

I finished it up by piping some scrolls and paisley shapes on the blue fondant.

I'm going to keep this post fairly short as this is a SUPER busy week at the bakery.  I will have another post out on Friday, so check back soon and have a great week!!

8 comments:

  1. It's gorgeous! And I bet it is hard to get that perfect fondant rolling pattern and put it on your perfect buttercream. Amazing design!

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  2. Beautiful!!!! I'm jealous of your buttercream skills! I wish I could get mine that smooth.

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  3. Wonderful! I love how smooth the buttercream looks next to the fondant! It's a great touch!

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  4. Stunning! I'm totally jealous!! I want to be a cake decorator!!!! Why can't I do this?!? All jealousy aside, it truly is beautiful. And you should be proud of your talents!

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  5. Oooh, so pretty! That is a very unique design, and so well done too.

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  6. I love sweet and simple wedding cakes like these. ANd you give me something to work towards, perfect, smooth buttercream like that...*le sigh* :o) Excellent work as always.

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  7. Oh my gosh that's my cake! It was so beautiful and delicious, better than I could ever have imagined. Thank you so much!

    http://hphotos-snc3.fbcdn.net/hs264.snc3/27874_535631109378_57701687_31723750_3847298_n.jpg

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  8. oh wow! This is gorgeous! You are incredibly talented! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm adding you so i can see more pretty cakes!

    Tsuki
    htttp://littlegrayfox.blogspot.com

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