I’ve always loved doing the basketweave and with the fresh flowers
it looks so pretty. This design works well for Spring or a Fall wedding.
In the Spring maybe use softer shades of flowers and for the Fall, bright
vibrate colors like these. Whatever you choose it looks lovely.
I love the look of the smooth sides but it wasn’t easy to get it that way since
I only use a butter cream frosting. I don’t do fondant covered cakes.
The fresh flowers are a mix of fall colors with a few rose petals.
This was for an outdoor reception and the late evening sun cast shadows across the cake.The circle designs were a request of the bride, some large, some small representing the never-ending circle of love. Fresh flowers were added for color.
This one looks a little plain but it was created just the way they wanted.
A large square cake at the bottom with home plate and cap on top. The cap was 1/2 of a ball cake and covered in fondant with the grooms monogram.
Not so sure I like the “ball and chain” idea but with a good sense
of humor, it can be fun and grooms cakes should be fun. The ball here is also cake. The couple is a Wilton product.
This cake fits in two categories, square and round.
I like the idea of the square being at the bottom. It gives the cake a good base to build on and a few extra servings since it is square. The wave design is a simple one and adds texture to the sides of the cake.
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This cake started out as a large sheet cake. I cut it down
and into the shape of a T for Texas. Like everything else in Texas
it was a big cake. The small white western hat was a purchased item.
Standing tall is this 4 tier cake piped in butter cream basketweave
with green and white orchids on the top and on the tiers.
The Orchids gives the basketweave design an elegant look.
The monogram is fondant.
Another 3 tier square, this one with beautiful bright pink
Gerber daisies and roses petals on the cake tiers for a
little added color. Cake side design: scrolls and a fondant monogram
I thought this one turn out so pretty thanks to the florist.
The fresh rose nosegay in such soft colors gave this cake an old-fashion look.
Each tier had a different design, basketweave, scrolls and dots.
I thought The beautiful flowers needed a close-up