Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Trevitt Hall Monogram Wedding

I left this little buttercream wedding cake in the very capable hands of the Trevitt Hall staff this weekend.

It looks a bit plain now, but I'm sure that once the florist finished putting some fresh flowers on this it really popped into life!

Bottom tier has a half scroll pattern, the middle tier has some dainty swiss dots, and on the top tier, the couple's monogram with a pearl border.  All tiers are finished with a black ribbon border with a fondant pearl overlay.

The pearls were made from a fondant mold, and I used my incredible Cricut Cake to do that monogram.  It was so thin that I was afraid it might not cut well, but it cut through the chilled Fondarific like nobody's business!

Oh, I almost forgot!!  Chad and I signed up for the Food Blog Forum Seminar in Atlanta in September!  Anyone else going to be there???

9 comments:

  1. I love the half-scroll design. You guys are so multi-talented - it is great to see a designer who can do elegant wedding cakes, fun grooms cakes and crazy sculpted cakes.

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  2. I don't know how the florist could improve this beautiful cake!

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  3. Lovely! It doesn't even look real!

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  4. What a wonderful cake. Last week I did use my cricut cake also, what a great idea to chill the fondant.

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  5. @Pink Little Cake - Kathia, I chill everything I put in my Cricut Cake, even gumpaste. I find that even 5 minutes in the fridge/freezer takes away some of that "give" and gives me much cleaner cuts.

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  6. I like it without the flowers. Just beautiful. I also love the half-scroll pattern. Not so busy looking. Perfection again.

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  7. so pretty!! i love the piped swirls! And i'm just in awe how you get your buttercream so smooth and with such sharp edges! awesome!

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  8. Love the wedding cake above. It's just simple but unique. Thumbs up for sharing this.

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