Now that summer has officially ended I thought I would have time to breathe and the amount of weddings each weekend would slow down, turns out that October is one of our busiest months ever! The last couple months we have had the pleasure of making so many wedding cakes for amazing people and I am truly blessed to look back on this summer and see what we did! Here are some photos of recent cakes we have done…enjoy!
First up, one of my favorites! We got to explore the Wedge Wood style for this cake and I really loved how it turned out! We searched hi and low for real pieces that we could make custom molds out of and I love the detail that each mold brought to the cake.
This cake we did a whimsy style white flower with a black center and then did hand painting on the cake that matched the invitations for the wedding.
Here is a fun peak at the whole set up from the fabulous Amelia Lyon!
I also got the chance to make a cake for my dear friend Nancy’s daughter. I went to pastry school with Nancy and we have kept in touch over the years, so it was quite an honor to have her ask me to make her daughter’s wedding cake!
This bridal shower cake the client wanted it to be fun & girly, so we did white crystal sugar all over the white fondant cake and then accented it with a fushia sugar flower, black fondant ruffle, and three black brooches.
This wedding cake below is very sweet and taylored looking. Sugar bows, brooches, and quilting…oh my!
This next cake was for a small Indian style wedding we recently did. I loved the pattern and colors that we used on this cake!
When writing this post I can see that we have made a LOT of fushia sugar flowers lately! Although a lot of the cakes have similar flowers, the overall design is completely different. This cake had brown ribbons, damask, white chocolate jewels & brooches.
This next cake was on the simple side. The main accent piece we made was designed after the bride’s dress. She had white jewels on her dress, but we wanted to pull in the avocado color in her wedding so we did the jewels in that color.
Another sweet pink cake we did for a birthday party! The design was based off of a cake from Confetti Cakes that the client liked…very cute style!
This last design was a very fun one to see come to life. I loved the gardenia flower and the whimsy style flowers & vines. I made them all out of sugar paste with new molds that we made. Since grey is one of my favorite colors I loved seeing it on a cake too!
Thanks so much for stopping by! Definitely let me know which cake was your favorite!
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