Wedding Cake. Wednesday , March 22nd , 2017 - 08:44:06 AM
First, the cake gets covered in fondant, then the design is hand-painted on the cake. "I love the fact that it can look like a classic painting or a piece of modern art, depending on the way it is painted," says Olga Lee of Polkadots Cupcake Factory in Austin, Texas.
For a contemporary reception setting such as an urban loft, eye-catching patterns – squares, chevron, stripes – are a fun, fresh twist. "We are seeing a lot of fondant triangles rather than dots," says Mary Maher of Cakegirls in Chicago.
We are not talking about the typical monogrammed cake topper. The idea here is to design a cake made to highlight your new shared monogram. A few ideas: a hand-drawn monogram in a scripted style on a beveled gold sugar plaque or a rustic sugar-made plaque, or a patterned monogram on a square cake for a modern look. "When used in a repetitious design around the cake, the monogram becomes a pretty pattern, except to the discerning eye," says Jan Kish of La Petite Fleur in Worthington, Ohio.
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