Wedding Portfolio 2017
These are our custom designs, intended as inspiration to showcase some of the possibilities in wedding cake design. We love to create unique, artistic designs that will make a statement and be a centerpiece at your wedding.
Semi-naked caramel drip
A semi-naked finish on a towering single tier with a glistening salted caramel drip. Even a single tier wedding cake can have a bit of drama with extra height and organic unstructured florals. This style is so versatile and would be perfect in a number of settings: rustic, romantic garden or vineyard weddings, or as part of a larger dessert table.
Watercolour painted black and blush
This bold, modern design has a smooth sharp fondant finish with extra tall tiers. The bottom tier has a handpainted floral pattern and a blush pink watercolour wash on the top two tiers. The calligraphy style acrylic heart topper is from Design @ 409. I love this modern style, and I particularly love using black in wedding cakes. It can be really striking and complement a monochromatic or traditional colour palette, as well as make a statement in a modern setting. The watercolour effect is a subtle way to introduce some colour into your design, and complement colours used in your bridal party outfits, bouquets or stationary.
Black bright cake bouquet
Why have one flower on your cake when you can have a whole bouquet? This single tier cake is covered in black fondant which has been textured with a woodgrain type finish. I chose wild and bright coloured flowers to complement the black. As with the other floral cakes in my portfolio, I have drawn inspiration from current trends in floristry. Wild, unstructured, organic, loose arrangements are becoming popular and is a style I just love! It adds so much movement to a design compared to a tightly packed arrangement.
Marble and gold
Three tall tiers finished in marbled fondant with gold leaf details. Marble has been big for a while now in interior design and homewares, and has found its way into edible form. It is such a beautiful look and each one turns out slightly different. It can be quite classic and timeless, or modern and edgy depending on what elements are in the design.
Modern white foliage
An all white design with a modern edge. Pantone have announced "greenery" as the colour of the year 2017. This design is a nod to that, but with an all white colour palette. The foliage is all handcut from edible wafer paper and arranged on a smooth white fondant finish. I can imagine this cake alongside a beautiful vertical flower/foliage wall or hanging tropical foliage. The design is very modern and structural, but still classic and minimal.