Did you spot two of our cakes in an utterly gorgeous spread for Bridal Guide magazine in the USA? We’ve been insanely busy so far this year that we’re a little bit late on the blog-wagon about this, but here it is! Not one, but two of our cakes were featured by the fabulous Bridal Guide magazine! One is perfectly pretty in pink with a carefree naked cake look adorned with fresh roses whist the other design takes on the chalkboard trend and pairs it with a romantic countryside feel!
Our cakes in Bridal Guide magazine!
This petite single tier naked cake is perfect for intimate weddings, fun bridal showers or an impromptu engagement party. We whipped this design up in our popular Strawberry Milkshake flavour… Madagascan vanilla cake filled and lightly smothered with Belgian white chocolate and strawberry buttercream.
Adorned with blush Strawberry Milkshake macarons, soft pink large bloom roses, white freesias, oversized shimmering edible pearls and fluffy gypsophelia this cake is dainty and romantic.
Naked cakes are getting to be one of our most requested style. They’re perfect for birthdays, big events or even just to say a huge thank you! Plus, a lot of people these days aren’t too keen on the taste or texture of fondant / sugar paste icing. For weddings or grown-up get togethers it’s easy to opt for patisserie sweets and macarons, fresh roses, gold sequin drips or meringue kisses. For more of a party feel bright candy, chopped up chocolate bars, vibrant macarons, chocolate drips and lollipops would make a statement cake!
This gorgeously rustic-inspired design is easily one of our all-tie favourites! It’s a softer take on the chalkboard trend that emerged 2015-16. We took away the sudden harshness of the black tier by pairing it with soft greens, peach, white, ruffled textures, pretty sugar flowers, realistic fondant blackberries and touches of gold throughout. Adding the voluminous fondant frills along the bottom tier and matching them with the soft look of the white peonies helped give this design a more-romantic and carefree feel.
We also softened the darkness of the middle tier by playing around with sugar flower arrangements. Adding just a simple crown on top drew too much attention to the cake’s chalkboard tier and scattering sugar florals on alternating tiers looked too busy. In the end we create a crescent or ‘wreath’ out of handmade seeded eucalyptus, our signature open peonies, tiny peach blossoms, gold painted berries and glistening blackberries (which are made out of sugar).
If you’re on the look-out for this particular copy here’s a look at the cover image for you. You can visit their website to get a hold of a copy or follow this link to find out to view Bridal Guide on your iPad!