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Project

Swan Lake Wedding Cake

Project Description

What was your source for this recipe? Online recipe What is the name of the online recipe? Paul Bradford Design Link to the recipe www.designer-cakes.com/ Special instructions for the recipe I adapted a design by Paul Bradford. Do you sell this cake? Yes Name of website or online shop Bite Me Bakery Link to website or online shop www.bitemebakery.co.uk Share a little about the materials, processes, and techniques used to create this cake This is a display cake for a wedding exhibition What are you most proud of? The wow factor this cake has! What advice would you give someone starting this project? Sign up for Paul Bradford's classes and he explains everything. Get an understand of what you need to do and then adapt the design to make it suit your client or needs.

What you will need

  • This is a display cake for a wedding exhibition

Q&A with CakeBakerMoney

K Lee 2Strings asked:
Your last grouping of cakes is stupendous, as always. I'm such a fan! This particular cake is absolutely astounding! Is it lit? How on earth do you come up with the ideas for these edible sculptures? And who would dare to actually cut into one?
CakeBakerMoney answered:
This is inspired by a Scottish cake designer called Paul Bradford. he also runs online courses - designer-cakes.co.uk, I think. I adapted his design, so can't claim for the concept! I doubled my tier heights to add gravitas, added handmade feathers, and crystals for extra sparkle. Awesome original cake - check him out.
Craftsy asked:
Holy Smokes! This is just incredible :)
CakeBakerMoney answered:
Ooohhh, hello Craftsy Big Brother :o)
yas0178 asked:
I've seen his site, got some great tips for free if you sign up. he is great!
CakeBakerMoney answered:
Agreed!
Alex Narramore asked:
Love this! How did you achieve the lighting on the cake ?
CakeBakerMoney answered:
Hi Alex. See my comment above...
CatherineMason asked:
I'm also intrigued by the lighting - would you care to share how it's done? Your cakes are consistently brilliant...
CakeBakerMoney answered:
Bless you! I followed a Paul Bradford tutorial for this, so credit where credit is due. I adapted his design doubling the tiers, adding crystal and cutting the rice paper into feathers rather than shards. Google 'Paul Bradford Crystal Palace cake''........