Posts Tagged “flowers”
2 layer chocolate cake. 4×3 and 6×3 cake sizes. Colored purple and white flowers with gold details. Delivered at the Camella The Island, Dasmarinas Cavite.
This cake order was very specific that it should look like the computer laptop that the celebrant used. So it had very specific stickers placed too.
2 Layer Cake, Petite Flowers 4×3 inch 8×4 inch Cupcakes with Swirl
This is a 4 layer cake. Covered in fondant. Sprayed with edible luster dust. Decorated with fondant flowers, piped icing. Topped with fondant couple figures. 2 edible figures 3 edible flowers 4×4 inch round 6×5 inch round 8×5 inch round 10×5 inch round Luster dust is a type of decorating powder used in cake and…
We can’t say that it’s an original design, but it was heavily guided by our customer. We just followed every instruction that she mentioned. It’s simple and lovely, inspired from one of the most beautiful places on our modern world, Paris. This is a 3 layer cake, each layer has a silhouette of memorable locations…
Congratulations Jaypee and Chinky! This is an idea from the couple, which was inspired from the Spilled Milk cake. The idea still uses the base topsy turvy cake, and the cake is in all white. Pastel colors are spilled out, almost dripping. Peonies decorates the cake and surrounded by pastel cupcakes and flowers.
This is an example of combining 2D with 3D elements onto the cake. The chocolate cake measures 8×3 and is filled, frosted and finished with Royal Icing and Captain’s Fondant. The flowers used for the cake finishing were cut out from available flower cutters. We simply use mineral water to attach the fondant pieces…
Description: A smaller yet newer and more updated version of our Butterflies and Distractions Wedding Cake. It is now showcased in Royal Blue and Silver according to the Wedding theme just the weekend before Christmas. A wonderful cake for a wonderful couple!
It has been a long search and journey of trying to make the huge flowers I see in other commercial cakes. I always wondered how they did it. What are the tools? What is the mix?