This cake is for a couple who wanted a very simple and casual wedding.
This cake was for a birthday girl who wanted a cake to capture two things: Victorian style and wedding cake which are things I personally love. Victorian Era reminds me of silhouettes, bows, silk draping and soft colors. The monogram on top captures one of the current wedding cake trends.
We have not been able to catch up with the Wilsons for quite a while already. So we invited them over for Afternoon Tea, which is one of my favorite things. They left the decision of the cake to me which made it very difficult as there are so many good cakes that can be made. Instead of struggling further, I decided to make my chocolate velvet cake again, but with a twist. I decided to kick up a notch on the decoration. So here is what I came up with: a double tier chocolate velvet cake covered with cream cheese frosting, decked with cascading peach color roses.
It was wonderful to get to know the Wilsons better and we hope to have more opportunities of having Afternoon Tea with them. In regards to the cake? I think they liked my choice as they took a big piece home with them!
If you would like a one of a kind cake for your next Afternoon Tea time or just because, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Cheers!
What can be more appropriate for a small intimate celebration of wedding anniversary by a couple in love? A miniature cake decorated like a wedding cake with a pair of love birds on top is the perfect size for two to share. This is a sour cream layer cake with vanilla meringue buttercream covered with marshmallow fondant, topped with sugar paste love birds.