The white wedding cake

IMG_White RK weddingcake 1

I know that I am late but my computer have been disconnected for some days. But now it is all up and running again. So let me show you last weekends masterpiece.

As I told you in the previous post the weather was so so hot. Anything would melt within a few seconds, so I was a bit worried about how it all would go. But amazingly it all went super duper :-) For the cupcakes…. I completely forgot to take photos, sorry!! They vanished so quick at the reception.

But I did manage to take some photos of the white wedding cake :-) As you can see I re-used the rose design from previous but mixed it with some white and cream colored gum paste flowers like primrose and hydrangeas together with gum paste pearls and green leaves. The monogram was a fondant plaque painted with brown petal dust.

IMG_white RK rose

Happy Caking!

Louise

Louise
Louise is the founder and editor of CakeJournal. She's a passionate, self taught, cake artist who has been doing cake decorating since 2002.
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  1. Louise says

    Judy Zimmerman: I have not made a video, but another fantastic cake creator have and its to her video I am directing to if you go to the tutorial section and look for the “gum paste roses”

    Paula: Do you mean the small white one? that is a Primrose and the 5-petal silicon veiner that I have a tutorial about. Or is it the one placed at the bottom of the cake on the board? that is a Hydrangea flower, look for Sunflower Sugar Art online as they have both cutter and veiner in a kit.

    GingyCookies: I used a multi-purpose leaf silicone veiner. Try and see at: Decorate the cake.com

  2. GingyCookies says

    I do alot of cake decorating, and would like to know what mold you used for the leaves on this cake?
    What do you suggest getting, and from where?
    Thank you!

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