I loved how this cake turned out. I wasn't sure how the garland would work, but I liked the final effect. I love how each cake is unique and has a look of its own. I wish I had had a picture of the final look with the floral topper on. Oh well, I am sure it was even more beautiful.
This was a fun cake to make. It was Rice Krispie treats on the bottom and chocolate and white cake for the other three layers. It is all covered in marchmallow fondant and fondant decorations. Actually We purchased Satin Ice rolled fondant for the chocolate fondant.
White fondant with symmetrical royal icing heart design. Without even trying the design turned out to be exactly seven hearts on top, fourteen in the middle, and twenty-one on the bottom. The reception was on pi day (March 14th) and the bride and groom are both math and science whizzes.
I started making wedding cakes in 2004 with the first one for my daughter's wedding. I have since done about 38 cakes, mostly for nieces and nephews, but also a few for friends and acquaintances. I also substitute teach at an elementary school, and just take care of my family. My daughter-in-law helped me set up this blog so future clients could see photos of some of my wedding cakes. I'm still new at this but it is fun to learn. I expecially love using rolled fondant because it looks so elegant and is so versitile. I make my own marshmallow fondant that actually tastes very good. Im willing to share the tips and things I have learned with anyone interested. I am not an expert; just someone who wanted to learn and help family and friends save money.