Mini cakes for weddings.
This is awesome!
Wow! This is a beautiful little cake Almost too pretty to eat!
I tried to do something like this once... It didn't work out well XD so you have some talent!
Ohh, so cute. I would love to try it out too.
Smashing, I love these Reminds me of Asia so much
Thanks for your response regrding how you assembled the cake. Now, are the tree branches molden chocolate or fondant? Thanks
royal icing, but you could use chocolate or fondant just as well
Thank you for the invitation
Can you tell me what cake pan you used for the mini cake. Could I do the same with two cupcakes together? I haven't seen a cake pan that looks like this cake! Thanks.
I baked my cake in flat sheets and cut out circles from them which i used to stack into a cake.
sooo yummy!!!! O.O
These are soo pretty!
Wow, so pretty! The details on the flowers are really well done and they look delicious~
so pretty! the green cakes look lovely as well!
This is so beautiful and elegant! Expecially because I love sakura blossoms
beautiful!! *-* I wish I could have something like this for my wedding... if I have one xD
I wants to nom?
Wow these are gorgeous!
Screw Cake Boss, you're the goddamn King!
this is the type of stuff i wana make lol i applied to this college that has the baking program and i still havnt gotten my letter yet i hope i get in! this is AMAZING!!! so pretty i wouldnt know if i should eat it or not :3
Actually most culinary institutions don't teach much fondant and sugarpaste work. It's still good to go if you have the opportunity though! A good foundation is the basis of all pastry work.
oh my~~ soo pretty <3 i was just wondering, but what type of cake is under the decoration???
Those are adorable, and I'm sure they were delicious! Oooh, now I want to try playing with fondant even more! >w<
So confused! How do you get just the center of the tiny flowers to stick to the cake??
So beautiful !
those are really cute! what are the sakura's made of?
That is beautiful. I would love to see if you could make something with Japanese maple leaves.
those look so delicious!