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Indian Wedding Dress Cake

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Fondant Frills taught by Maggie Austin

Couture cake artist Maggie Austin shows you how to create an elegant ombre cake with her signature – and secret! – frill technique.

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Category Cake Decorating
Occasion Wedding
Material Fondant
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Do you sell this cake? Yes
Name of website or online shop: Bite Me Bakery

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Share a little about the materials, processes and techniques used to create this cake: Wedding Cake inspired by the bride's dress (Indian / Asian wedding)

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What are you most proud of? The beading took a long time to plan. I tried all manner of methods and had practise cake drums all over my studio where I had tried making molds, hand piping it, applique cutting and then beading, all sorts. The real beading is incredibly sparkly and edible crystals just weren't working. In the end I used edible silver pearls and then piped a border around the motif with royal icing and then hand painted the royal icing.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Cover a cake drum/board in sugarpaste and practise all the methods you can think of until you are happy with the result. The method I ended up using was the first one I tried but had discarded. With so many other options I could compare which I liked best and came back to this one.

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Gorgeous! You definitely captured the flavor of the dress! So cleverly done!

09/27/2013 Flag


10/01/2013 Flag

Lovely... you are talented!!

10/06/2013 Flag

Can you tell me how you made the flowers, did you use peony cutters? Beautiful thanks for sharing.

11/15/2013 Flag

I love how fluffy your frills are!!! Did you leave bands thicker than 1 inch before frilling them.

01/23/2014 Flag