The first tier is vanilla cake with vanilla butter icing, and the top tier a chocolate cake with chocolate butter icing.
I put Jordan’s name in 3D sugar paste letters on a sugar paste cloud. 🙂
I love trying to give my sugar paste figures a little personality by putting them in different poses and giving them different facial expressions.
This was my first attempt at doing gelatin bubbles as cake decorations – they are a sticky, messy, tricky task and my first bubbles weren’t perfect, but I think they looked pretty good once they were on the cake. 😀
This gorgeous cake from ArchiCAKEture was the one my customers fell in love with,
and I do hope I did her design justice.
This couple didn’t have a wedding cake as such – they had cheese instead! How cool is that!
To decorate it, they ordered this custom-made sugar piece with the couple in their wedding clothes, and their beloved Dachsunds at their feet.
They also wanted to include their hobbies – the bride loves to bake and the groom loves to fly fish.
I had so much fun with this order for little Mira’s first birthday celebration!
The cake has a vanilla bottom tier and a chocolate top tier, both covered with pink sugar paste. The top tier has baby’s name on the front with little gold dragees as accent, and a brown sugar paste bow.
The bottom tier is quilted and the little brown pearls were piped on with royal icing.
The cake topper is a sugar paste teddy wearing pearls and a bow, holding a pink #1.
There were chocolate cupcakes in gold paper cups and vanilla cupcakes in pink paper cups, decorated with handmade sugar paste cupcakes toppers teddybear faces – with bows and pearls.
There were also teddy-shaped cookies, decorated in pink, brown and white royal icing!
Mira’s mommy had a pink and brown tulle tutu made to go around the base of the cake, and the birthday girl had a matching tutu to wear for her party! 🙂 I got this picture from Nadine of the cake with its tutu!