Love the pop of color here. My only comment is that I would have preferred to have seen the same flowers used on this cake. I think mixing fresh flowers with gum paste flowers can by tricky and can make the cake seem off if they are not the same flower type. I personally like continuity.
Just a touch of sparkle for anyone looking for a simple shimmering effect on their wedding cake. Each tier has a slightly different pattern that still allows the design to flow together nicely. Mix it up and have fun.
This is an ombre wedding cake that was featured at the Newport Yachting Center. The colors add a slight nautical touch to the cake without it being over done. The topper adds a nice color contrast to the finished look.
The scroll on this particular cake is angular. The pattern dips down as if it were a swag. The handmade flowers on the top are a perfect addition; adding color and texture. This cake was featured at Ocean Cliff Hotel & Resort in Newport, RI.
The flowers on the second tier are completely covering the tier; adding a great deal of texture. Each flower is cut, stamped for texture and then the centers are dotted. Once they are dry, they are individually placed on to fit together evenly. This is actually quite a process but well worth it. The end result is beautiful.