RED, WHITE, AND BLUE WEDDING CAKEThis Lafayette Grand Cafe & Bakery fromage blanc cheesecake has six tiers of berry-adorned good. The layers are flavored with vanilla bean, lemon zest, and black pepper, and sit atop an all-natural cornmeal crust.
ART DECO WEDDING CAKEThe layouts on this particular cake hark back to another time—when sandals were music was for dancing, and jewelry took a leap into the long run. But you do not need to know your Art Deco from your Art Nouveau to admire its style that is geometric. Covered in piped dots of frosting, buttercream, and cut-fondant plaques with sanding sugar, coated, it is just plain pretty, no matter how you slice it.
TEARDROP WEDDING CAKEGive your cake a splash of whimsy. Order up a fondant cake, along with a pail of fondant, from a bakery. Add roll out into a thin sheet, and food coloring to get the colors that are appropriate.
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WHITE-CHOCOLATE PANELED WEDDING CAKEArchitectural though familiar, our white chocolate panel cake demands neither culinary abilities nor layout abilities (besides those you learned in preschool). Simply order a buttercream cake from a nearby bakery and also a pack of chocolate panels from chocolatier Christopher Norman. The remainder is a cakewalk: fill the ledges with another fruit or gold raspberries, and Adhere panels of varying heights onto the tiers.
FRENCH AND IKAT SILK RIBBON WEDDING CAKEThe spirit of a century-old French silk ribbon may be felt in every bite of the beloved cake. On top rests a stunning bow of molded gum paste (so realistic, you'll be tempted to untie it). Then we painted blended with lemon extract on the fondant in a rose pattern that evokes the blurry quality of an ikat weave to edible luster dust.
ROSE-PIPED WEDDING CAKEThis happy rose confection may seem couture, but just about anyone is capable of re-creating it. Focus on a basic fondant cake. Print out our template of roses that are abstract, area parchment paper over it, and outline having a piping bag of royal icing. Once dry, peel the paper in the piped roses, and stick the layouts to the cake using gum paste that is been mixed with hot water.
CHOCOLATE STOUT WEDDING CAKEEach layer of this chocolate naked cake by Wendy Kromer- Schell and Caitlin Brown topped with candied pecans, drizzled with caramel and chocolate ganache, and is full of buttercream. Meanwhile, the particular cake contains butter, yogurt, and stout (customize yours with your preferred brew), making each bite decadently moist.
SPRING WEDDING CAKESpringerle molds are what make this cake (an orange-chiffon confection full of mascarpone) amazing. Although the unique purple tint and springtime characters (bunnies, birds, and blooms) are not too shabby, either.
DUTCH GOLDEN AGE WEDDING CAKEInspired by the hyper- botanical that is realistic still life paintings of Dutch artist Rachel Ruysch, circa 1685 to 1750, more than one guest is going to do a double take at the sight of this cake, which looks like a verdant floral centerpiece. Custom-made sugar flowers, created by Amy DeGiulio of Sugar Flower Cake Shop in Nyc, were planted in a bed of chocolate-fondant-covered cake, that was place in a gold urn that is sizable. Fill the cake's layers with rosewater buttercream to call it's blossom adornments out.
POTTED PLANT WEDDING CAKEContributing editor Jason Schreiber made this herb-adorned cake, which features micro marigolds, cilantro and fennel flowers, bachelor's buttons, sweet alyssums, oregano, and pea shoots. Swiss meringue buttercream's tacky feel kept the edible blossoms (buy your own at gourmetsweetbotanicals.com) in place.
WHITE ROSE WEDDING CAKEThis bloom's reputation as nature's most definitive love symbol comes from the Greeks, who used the flower to symbolize the goddess Venus. White roses, particularly, have come to symbolize purity, unity, and love that was true —as opposed to red roses' association with passion—which has earned them the status of Ultimate Wedding Flower. Here, New York City cake guru Sylvia Weinstock blanketed three layers of cake in handmade, edible sugar petals to softly hark back to the shape of a French croquembouche—and produce a temple to Cupid's favorite bloom.
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