Marble Wedding Cake - Bakers have been swirling dark and light batters together for more than 100 years. Here, marbleized fondant hints at the cake's interior and covers a layer of buttercream frosting.
Applique Wedding Cake Techniques used by dressmakers to turn fabric into flowers inspired this sophisticated cake. A combination of fondant and white chocolate both envelops the cake and decorates it. Prim buttercream dots frame the designs.
Creamware Wedding Cake The reticulated pattern of this eighteenth-century English china is emulated in the multitiered cake by rolled fondant cut with aspic and eyelet-embroidery cutters. Sugar paste was used for the "embroidered" flowers on top and base.
Using dozens of gum-paste flowers in an abundant cascade is a classic, opulent way to display them on a wedding cake. A variety of orchids with the depth and detail of the real flowers flows downward from the top tier on this cake by Ron Ben-Israel Cakes.
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