This fun and beautiful cake and cupcake tower was envisioned by my Bride Ali. I had so much fun with the marbling of this cake. When you mix colors with this concept you really have minimal control of what it will turn out like, but this was beautiful. Accented with some florals it was a great statement cake. Ali and I had some fun trying to incorporate the colors of coral and teal together in the cupcakes to make them blend together on the table but also without sending guests home with a bluish tint to his teeth and lips. We ended up with a light airbrush dusting on the rosette frosting and then a light garnish of some pearls. The cake table looked wonderful at their venue, Bridges of Montrose, in Montrose Colorado. Congratulations to these two. What adventures lay ahead, buckle up and enjoy every minute of the ride.
Photo Credit: Amanda.Matilda.Photography
Unforchanetly I never got to meet the Groom. However the Bride, Mother of the Bride and Father of the Bride were a wonderful team. These parents showed so much love and support for Tara and although it is never easy to give away a daughter in marriage. I feel this mom and dad would never let Tara go unless it was to a man worthy of her kindness, love and beauty. Congratulations Tara & Colton!
Slice of Cakes
These entries are just fun little shares to help you see different styles and techniques I use. Let you in on my little cake world and things I love. Enjoy!
Bakers are Super Heroes with their capes as aprons
Bake, Frost, Eat, Repeat...