Wedding cakes come decorated in a variety of ways, from flowers to fondant, but the simple pink heart added to the side of this one really caught my eye. How about you? What kind of cake are you having? Flavor? Filling? Icing? Fondant? Fancy or plain? Post and let us know.
Visit Martha Stewart Weddings to find out how a DIYer can pull off this pretty cake. Learn how to add these pretty pink bows to your plain white wedding cake and make it 'pretty in pink.' Easy decorating for the DIY bride who is not a cake decorator! Find out just how to use some simple pink embroidery ribbon, some taffeta ribbon (for the larger bow) and floral wire. No messy icing bags to deal with!
Make a cake stand out of glass blocks. That's right--glass blocks, the kind you use in basement windows! Bet you thought you'd never see this! For more ideas on how to use glass blocks and where to get the products you need head over to Delphi's web page and the blocks will be delivered right to your door!
Cake designer Erica O'Brien posted a tutorial on how to make this unique cake on her site The Art of The Wedding Cake. The gradation of colors from dark to light give this cake a 'WOW' factor. Not only that, Erica shows you how to make some extra hearts to use as favors for either a wedding, shower or even a little girl's birthday party.
Using Wilton Meringue, 2 Cups of sugar, warm water, paste food coloring, a large cutting board, parchment paper, and Ateco aspic cutters or small cookie cutters. Visit Erica's site for exact directions as well as additional 'how to' photos. (You can pick up most of these items at your local craft store.)
I didn't try to make a wedding cake but did make some of the hearts, it's easy and was an afternoon of fun. I used them to decorate some cupcakes since I didn't need a three tier wedding cake! Give it a try!