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14th May 2018 // 1 Comments

Shimmering Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Roses!

Piped Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Blooms by Juniper Cakery

Our sweet hand-piped pearl wedding cake is such a popular design. We make every single cake as bespoke as we can for each couple, which makes this cake so adaptable! It’s the perfect design for a country wedding with fresh florals nestled into a hidden base. (Or for an urban chic reception bold sugar flowers with subtle geometric shapes can add an industrial luxe look.) This three tiered beauty was the centrepiece at Lisa and Steven’s wedding at the pretty Georgian / modern Dunedin Country House in Patrington, East Yorkshire!

Pretty Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Blooms by Juniper Cakery

The gorgeous large blush and white roses with gypsophila were from The Flower Shop out in Hedon (unfortunately, we’re not able to supply any website or social media links). For this style cake we don’t push the florals into the base of a cake. Instead, we build the cakes onto a sturdy hidden base which we arrange florals into once tiered and dowelled.

Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Flowers by Juniper Cakery

Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Roses!

How pretty is the set-up at Dunedin Country House? It’s a Georgian country home with hints of modern interior. Cue mirrored console tables, botanical detailed door plates, and chandeliers. We have quite a few orders for Dunedin House this year so we’ll make sure to get a few photographs of the finer details!

Blush and White Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Flowers by Juniper Cakery

Gorgeous Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Flowers by Juniper Cakery

The entire cake then featured pearls that are clustered from the top which become sparse towards the base. The pearls are hand-piped individually before they are painted with a shimmering edible lustre. This always takes a lot of time and patience! The pearls are a nice way to add interest and texture to a cake without going overboard allowing the focus to stay on the floral crown underneath.

Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Blooms by Juniper Cakery

This elegant cake was delivered and set up for Lisa and Steven’s wedding on a gorgeously sunny and bright Bank Holiday Weekend. Congratulations!

Lovely Pretty Pearl Wedding Cake with Fresh Blooms by Juniper Cakery

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26th September 2012 // 0 Comments

The bicycle cake!

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Here’s a really playful bicycle themed cake we created! It’s a classic Victoria Sponge cake with the large boulder as a second tier. The cake is covered with custom coloured icing and decorated with various edible sugarpaste modellings. We had lots of fun making this cake!

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25th September 2012 // 3 Comments

‘Tutorial Tuesday’: How to make a sugarpaste witches’ hat and broom for Halloween!

Witchescupcake

With autumn underway and Halloween just around the corner we’re celebrating the upcoming festivities by bringing you autumn and Halloween themed tutorials from now ultil the end of October!

Witchestutorial

What you will need:

Edible glue
Hologram Graphite cake glitter by Rainbow Dust
Lush Lime cake glitter by Rainbow Dust
White Lustre Dust by Sugarflair
Custom coloured fondant
Blade and Shell tool by Tala
Paint brushes
Non-stick rolling pin by Tala
Circular cookie cutter by Tala

Witchesbrim

Step one: Roll out the black coloured fondant and cut a circle out using the cookie cutter. This will form the base of the witches’ hat

Witcheshat

Step two: Using the left over black icing form a ball ensuring it begins to taper at one end. This should look like an oversized ‘raindrop’.

Witchesband

Step three: Once rolled out use the blade tool to create a  ghoulishly green band.

Witcheswithband

Step four: Paint the base of the hat and the larger end of the ‘raindrop’ with edible glue and esemble them as shown above.

Witchesbuckle

Step five: Using a small amount of the grey coloured fondant form the shape of a buckle. To give the buckle a metallic sheen brush with a little lustre dust. Before attaching use the tip of the blade tool to create ‘buckle holes’.

Witchesglitter

Step six: Using the Lush Lime and Hologram Graphite Rainbow Dust add a finishing sparkle to the witches’ hat. Gently paint with edible glue before applying the glitter if it does not stick.

Witchesbroom

Step seven: To make the witches’ broom roll the dark brown fondant until it resembles a broom handle. Roll the light brown icing and use the blade tool cut out a ‘fan’ shape’. Continue to use the blade tool to create a bristle effect.

Witchesfinishedbroom

Step eight: Glue both pieces together and add extra detail by applying small amounts of grey fondant to secure the broom end to the broom handle.

Witchesbrewcupcakes

Now you have two spooktacular sugarpaste creations to decorate your Halloween themed cupcakes!

 

 


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