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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Five-Tier Wedding Cake - Indian Bridal Theme 1: November 2007

It involved making 65 roses, over 250 little blossom flowers & 35 leaves

The preparation started at Francistown and the six cakes were taken in a car for 460 kms for the marriage in Gaborone. The classical multi-layered cake was blended with the indian theme of marriage to give it an ethnical indian appeal. I spent three long nights to make the preparation for the cake and the last night was spent in giving finishing touches to the cake. The drapes and the cake itself, luckily, remained intact during the journey.

8 comments:

Jane Du Toit said...

dear anamika
i really admire your energy and spirit. Am into sugarcraft and know how much time consuming is it to make so many roses on a 5-layered cake. The cake is beautiful and looks exquisite with the indian wedding touch. Keep it up !

Mary McGall, South Africa said...

Hi
Have seen your work for the last few months. You are improving and reaching almost the perfection on wedding cakes.I see time has been your constraint but i am sure, given the time, you will make so much beautiful and perfect craft work. Keep up the good show.

Mrs McLeoad , Durban said...

hi anamika
one sentence 'you are a sugarcrafter'. i see and often read your blog and admire your tenacity and energy. The indian theme is a very beautiful work.

yochana said...

hi anamika,

Thumbs up on your wedding cake.

rgds. auntyyochana

swapna susarla said...

This is fantastic!!

Pearlsofeast said...

Hi Anamika,Oh my god , you are really passinate about crafting beautiful cakes for people and filling love in thier heart for such a special occasion. This is truely amazing for me!!!!!

hats off to u,
By the way thank you so much for ur comments, It matters me a lot. I mean a comment from u is highly treasured,Thanks

I find scorpio are passionate about baking isn;t that true, me too a scorpio.

Alice said...

Dear Anamika,
The cake is simply beautiful! Keep up the good work!

Honda Middle East said...

Tonnes of appreciations to you!!!!!!!