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Friday, September 19, 2008

Four-tier Wedding Cake: Turquoise Blue Drapes

After attending lectures on regression analysis and company mergers and acquisitions and elements of corporate finance, I heaved a sigh of relief, when i returned home and picked up my sugarcraft tools to finish the wedding cake, that was requested by a young Botswana couple. Turquoise blue was the wedding theme and i had to match the colour of the drapes to the wedding dress. As usual, I worked along with my friend Christine to meet the specifications of the cake (all fruit cakes) requested and here it is ! The couple were happy with the desired cake and i hope you will all like it, too !

41 comments:

krystyna said...

Of course Anamika, I like this beautiful wedding cake.
Turquoise blue drapers look gorgeous.

Love & blessing be always with you!

Cham said...

Tell me who wouldn't say nop to ur cake. Well u amazed me each and evry time

Elra said...

Soni dear,
Some how I don't see the photograph, Is there any or my computer mess up?
You seem have a very busy life there Soni. Wish you well as always. Cheers.

Crafty Sugar said...

Hey Anamika wow!!stunning!!

Elra said...

Soni, Now I can see the fabulous photos! Beautiful as always.

Carmen said...

beautiful cake and beautiful bells,
dear Anamika
kisses

Ivy said...

What a lovely wedding cake. The drapes look so real and the bells are perfect.

Fanny Wijaya said...

Beautiful :) how i wish i know how to make those beautiful cake *sigh

The Caked Crusader said...

I love the white flowers holding the turquoise drapes - very elegant.
You're very skilled at the initials too - I can't imagine how you do it!

Steph said...

Your designs are amazing! What kind of cakes do you make to be able to support all those tiers?

Good luck with classes. It's probably not the same, but I had to take a stats course and it sure wasn't fun. The worst part is I'm graduating this year and I still don't know what I'm doing.

Clumbsy Cookie said...

That is gorgeous! So perfect looking!

tartasacher said...

Dear Amanika. Your wedding cake is very, very wonderful.
Thank you for your comments in my blog. I like the ice cream
Best and whises

Lore said...

You've done one terrific job as always! Although it does require a lot of work, I believe the passion you have for this art makes you love it more than the finance stuff. Am I right? ;)

SweetBites said...

Hi Anamika, what a lovely creation! u never cease to amaze with ur creativity.

vibi said...

I'm floored! What an artist you are!!! ...and Jack of all trades on top of that!
Just as I'm thinking: hummm... this person could help me with some tips about sugarcrafting... I notice you are under construction with just that! I will eventually come back for infos and tips!
Great work!!!
(Thanks for the kind words on my blog!)

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

Yet another masterpiece from you!Loved it :)

Cakebrain said...

I haven't tried draping any cake yet...but I now know where to go if I need help! Your cakes always look so professional!

bakingbuddies said...

found ur blog after u left a comment on bakingbuddies... u have some absolutely delicious looking cakes on ur blog!!they look so good that im kinda speechless!!
mandira

sra said...

It's beautiful! I don't think I've seen this blue in cake before.

Lori Lynn said...

Isn't it nice to have something completely different to concentrate on? I do accounting, then come home and get lost in my cooking and photography.

Those turquoise drapes are ravishing!

Denise said...

You do such beautiful work, Soni! I haven't started a blog about cake decorating, as yet. I have created a digital story about cake decorating, though, as a project for my master's class. You can view it if you go to voicethread.com and put in the words "cake decorating".
I'm in awe of what you've done!

oonsky said...

Wow! The drapes are impressive and the details on the cake are stunning - well done Soni!

Vera said...

Anamika, the cake is gorgeous! As all your cakes...

Elra said...

Soni, I have to pass you this "E" award. Please do visit here: http://elrascooking.blogspot.com/2008/09/e-award.html
If you have the time.

Priya said...

Thaz a mesmerising piece and love the color combination.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Turquoise Blue Drapes giving the cake a rich and awesome looks. Very impressive creation by u. Love it.

Anitha said...

Hi Anamika,
Very amazing creation. Love the unique colors you use on your cakes. The textured drapes look so graceful in the design. And the bells add an extra touch to the entire presentation.

Anitha

Dee said...

Regression analysis, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and sugar crafting. Excuse me while I crawl into a corner and feel sorry for myself ;) You're amazing!

My girlfriend is expecting me to bake her wedding cake and I'm trying to avoid the inevitable. Now I have palpitations. Surely, she doesn't expect a stunner like this? OH NO...

Margaret said...

You are extremely skilful to produce a cake like this.
The bride and groom must have been overjoyed by the cake.
Wonderful!

joy said...

Absolutely beautiful! Love the draping and contrast in colors.

Ana Cristina said...

Hi Anamika, you blog is quite nice and the cakes... superb. Congrats,

Natashya said...

That is the most beautiful cake! I love it. You are a gifted artist.

Grace said...

good grief! that may be the most impressive wedding cake i've ever seen, and i'm not kidding. amazing. :)

Divya said...

Soni, where do you get the energy to come home from a stressful day and decorate a cake?
You are amazing!

Jacque said...

Oh my! What a gorgeous cake! That young couple is very lucky to have gotten this beauty.

Jerri said...

I love this color, Anamika, and the design is lovely!

NYC Cake Decorators said...

Beautiful work! Did you airbrush the wedding bells using a stencil?

Rosie said...

Stunning Anamika, you are one very talented lady!!

Rosie x

Angeline said...

Hi Soni,

Thanks for dropping a line in my blog. Without that, I would not get the chance to see and check out all your works. Beautiful. I will follow up from time to time again. Best wishes for 2009. May all the best comes only. :)

Angeline Stanley
http://heavenly-cakes.blogspot.com

Angeline said...

wow! This is gorgeous! I love it!

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