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ROSE-PIPED WEDDING CAKEThis joyful rose confection may seem couture, but just about anyone is capable of re-creating it. Begin with a plain fondant cake from a bakery. Next, print out our template of roses that are intangible, area parchment paper over it, and outline with a piping bag of royal icing. Once dry, peel the paper in the piped roses, and stick the designs to the cake using gum paste that is been blended with hot water.
WHITE ROSE WEDDING CAKEThe standing as nature's most definitive love symbol of this bloom stems in the Greeks, who used the flower to symbolize the goddess Venus. White roses, especially, have come to symbolize true love, and purity, unity —as opposed to red roses' organization with fire—which has earned them the status of Ultimate Wedding Flower. Here, New York City cake guru Sylvia Weinstock blanketed three layers of cake in handcrafted, edible sugar petals to gently hark back to the form of a French croquembouche—and develop a temple to Cupid's favorite bloom.
WHITE-CHOCOLATE PANELED WEDDING CAKEArchitectural yet intimate, our white chocolate panel cake requires neither culinary abilities nor design skills (other than the people you learned in preschool). Simply purchase a buttercream cake from a pack of chocolate panels from chocolatier Christopher Norman and also a nearby bakery. The remainder is a cakewalk: fill the ledges with gold raspberries or another fruit, and Adhere panels of varying heights onto the layers.
IKAT AND FRENCH SILK RIBBON WEDDING CAKEThe spirit of a century-old French silk ribbon might be felt in every morsel of this beloved cake. On top rests a stunning bow of molded gum paste (so realistic, you will be tempted to untie it). Then we painted combined with lemon extract onto the fondant in a rose pattern that evokes the blurry quality of an ikat weave to luster dust that was edible.
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