I'm sure you've been waiting patiently enough with my sneak peeks yesterday and last week. So, I think it's about time I revealed the cake to you. Hope you enjoy this gorgeous cake as much as I loved making it!!!
The green ribbon is the only thing that's not edible on this cake. Carissa provided me with this ribbon to tie in with her wedding motif. I think it looked great against the different shades of green!!
I have never made this many sugar flowers in my life!! Actually, it's my first time to make frangipanis! Very time consuming, but so worth the final outcome! I was sooo proud at the way each flower turned out :-)
The initial 'T' represents their surname and is made of fondant. It's kind of hard to see the shape of the letter because of the invasion of the frangipanis, lol.
Now, I absolutely love the angle of this next shot! So pretty!!
Carissa loved the cupcakes idea from my girlfriend Keshia's wedding in Rarotonga last year, so I made a dozen with single frangipani flowers on each cupcake to surround the cake. Simple yet stunning!
I hope you enjoyed today's wedding cake feature! I haven't really done many wedding cakes, but I know this is one of many to come - can't wait!! I have sooo many ideas I want to try!!
Have an awesome day guys!! See you again soon!!
Update: Carissa sent me this lovely message yesterday. It is definitely worth sharing!!
...On behalf of myself and my husband, hehe a MASSIVE Thank-you for creating such a beautiful wedding cake for us. It was absolutely stunning and I couldn't have asked for anything more beautiful. It captured the essence of Rarotonga with the tropical frangipani theme. All our guests raved about the cake and cupcakes, not only because it was soo beautiful but also because it tasted devine !!
Once again, thank-you thank-you thank-you !!...
I'm glad you and your hubby loved your wedding cake. Thank you for letting me be a part of your special day!! xo