Created by: sweetcheeksbake
Project

Fantasy Flower Wedding Cake

What was your source for this recipe? Online recipe What is the name of the online recipe? Fantasy Flower Tutorial|(s) Link to the recipe www.mycakeschool.com Special instructions for the recipe I learned the fantasy flower technique used on the wedding cake at mycakeschool.com. I highly recommend a membership there :) With the basics in hand, I am now able to build on those skills to create my own "fantasy flowers". Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake Fondant, gumpaste, cake, buttercream, ganache What are you most proud of? The bride's reaction:) She loved it!! And that fact that she commented that not only was it beautiful, but it tasted amazing! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Square cakes are tough. Allow yourself plenty of time to get your "base" as sharp as you can before you attempt to cover it with fondant. Ganache is a great medium for this as it "dries" to a finish, however you can achieve the look with well chilled buttercream:)

You Can Make This

sweetcheeksbake made Fantasy Flower Wedding Cake with:

  • Fondant
  • gumpaste
  • cake

Project Description

What was your source for this recipe? Online recipe What is the name of the online recipe? Fantasy Flower Tutorial|(s) Link to the recipe www.mycakeschool.com Special instructions for the recipe I learned the fantasy flower technique used on the wedding cake at mycakeschool.com. I highly recommend a membership there :) With the basics in hand, I am now able to build on those skills to create my own "fantasy flowers". Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake Fondant, gumpaste, cake, buttercream, ganache What are you most proud of? The bride's reaction:) She loved it!! And that fact that she commented that not only was it beautiful, but it tasted amazing! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Square cakes are tough. Allow yourself plenty of time to get your "base" as sharp as you can before you attempt to cover it with fondant. Ganache is a great medium for this as it "dries" to a finish, however you can achieve the look with well chilled buttercream:)

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Skill Level

Intermediate