Flowers come in every shape, size and variety. Decorative flowers made from sugar and fondant–they do as well! We are experts and sugar and fondant flowers or we top your wedding cake with fresh blooms of your choice. Here’s a look at some of our masterful and unique flower topped cakes.
Each and every bride is unique just as each and every cake we design is unique. Some are topped with fresh flowers, other a combination of sugar flowers and still others are made of fondant. We will create a cake that is as unique as you are. Contact us to day and let us create the cake of your dreams!
Wedding cakes really do come in all shapes, sizes and designs. In fact, nothing is off limits in the modern wedding era. If you’re a traditional bride who is looking for a simple white cake decorated with flowers, we can do that. Love a quilted fondant design? We can do that. But if you’re looking for very intricate and hand crafted cake design, we can really do that! Here’s a look at some of our more recent wedding cake designs that are both sleek, unique and personalized to fit any bride’s perfect day.
A fun twist on frosting and color gradients.
Sleek taupe fondant and intricate hand made roses give this cake elegance and relevance.
Macarons are the new cupcake at weddings. This cake is perfect for a baby or bridal shower or your special day.
This cake was featured in Arizona Bride Magazine. Varying layer sizes combine with hot pink fondant and custom designed paisley print. So stunning and perfect for an outgoing and dynamic bride.
Jay Murphy, our cake maker extraordinaire recently sat with us and described the latest trends in customer wedding cake designs and flavors. Take a bite out of his thoughts here!
What are the current trends you are seeing in wedding cakes?
Multiple cakes, several smaller cakes along with a variety of mini desserts, macarons, mini pies, cookies, pastries. Traditional tiered cakes with textures in buttercream, metallic and hand painted cakes.
Are fresh flowers still “in” or are you seeing alternatives? What are they?
I’m not seeing as many fresh flowers. Instead sugar flowers are popular, along with bows or bling.
What is your most requested wedding cake type? Please describe in detail.
Round tiered cakes are still the most requested, whites or pale color, with lace and ruffles. Simple details like small pearls or narrow ribbon bands at the base are also very popular.
Fondant or no fondant? What is more preferred? Buttecream? Fondant? Does it matter? Can you do unique design with butter cream?
I prefer working with fondant, it gives me more options to design and decorate with, though it seems to be evenly split buttercream vs fondant as far as popularity. Buttercream is a classic and can be used creatively. Many unique designs/decorations can be created using buttercream. Ruffles, textures, classic “homestyle” designs using a simple knife and adding one simple flower is an elegant way to shape buttercream frosting.
What is your most requested wedding cake flavor? Red velvet with raspberry and cream cheese buttercream.
If you could pick any cake you want for a bride what would it be and why?
I like fun unique combinations, one of my current favorites: “mimosa” (champagne and orange) flavored cake tinted coral, with alternating layers of champagne and orange buttercream and a meringue disc for the center layer.
Is the cupcake fad over? Why or why not?
Yes. Macarons, mini pies and other mini desserts are now trending. Giving your guests a variety of flavors, textures, sweetness in a beautiful display at various levels is popular, with the cake at center stage.