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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Five-Tier Wedding Cake:Roses - April 2009

This cake was made for a bride who wanted each layer to have unique sugarcraft design and techniques. When I finished it, it had convergence of all that I have learned till now ! The theme colour for the wedding was white and mauve. I hope you all like it.

40 comments:

Asha said...

Gorgeous. Love the blue color in contrast with cream, great work! :)

Steph said...

Simply amazing!! It must be such a great feeling when you see the joy on the bride's face.

Cham said...

How re U? Fantastic drape style love the color .

Pilar said...

Is gorgeus!

Anitha said...

Hi Anamika,
Nice to see you after a long time.

The cake is absolutely stunning. Flawless fondant, nice contrasts in designs, yet everything blending in so well.

Anitha

anca said...

I´vejust discovered your blog. You are amayzing . So much work....Congratulations!

The Caked Crusader said...

So much to admire! So much work and skill!
The colour combination reminds me of wedgewood porcelain - incredibly beautiful

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow awesome....the detail deco on each tier is gr8!

Priya said...

Very pretty and well done girl.

luckysanjana said...

hi thanks for dropping by. YOurs was one of the first few blogs i dropped by when i joined blogspot..............i have really no words to express how impressed i am by the stuff you do................seriously........i wish i could learn to craft.........though i doubt id be any good..........im not so good with my fingers unless it is to write something..........amazing what different things we can do with our hands........you use them to create masterpieces and i use them to write poetry..............If you were in India doing those cakes......youd really do amazingly well..........I have yet to see sugar craft of this kind......when and where did you learn........and one more request next tiem could you post some pictures while you are creating..............that would give us a wonderful insight as to how you make it all work.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Looks gorgeous. You are very creative.

krystyna said...

Hi Anamika!
Why I didn't visit you and your amazing, professional artwork???

This wedding cake is FANTASTIC!
My lovely colors!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Elra said...

Beautiful and classic design is always timeless.
Cheers,
elra

Uma said...

looks fantastic! What a pretty detailing! Simply great! :)

Jerri - Simply Sweet Home said...

Lovely color. And I love how each tier has it's own unique design. Interesting!

Carmen said...

darling!!!!!you are fantastic artist
kisses

Onedia's Workshop Blog said...

so nice to see another of your beautiful creations.

Homecooked said...

Wow...this is absolutely gorgeous! The bride is one lucky girl :)

panettona said...

fantastic!!!
smak! :-)

Emilio said...

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Good Bloog my friend!! Congratulations!!

good luck!! See you!

bakingjoysinhouston.com said...

Soni, need I say more... simply fabulous! Joys

Malar Gandhi said...

Gorgeous, brethtaking pictures...I salute ur creativity...awesome!!!

Everything looks unique and nice...it was like feast to my eyes. How come I missed ur blog for so long time!:(

Will visit urs regularly...have a great day.

farida said...

Absolutely gorgeous. Art, art, art, beautiful art.

Pavithra said...

first time here..Wow u have done all the work very beautifully ... U have good skill and very talented...nice collections...WIll visit regularly

Ivy said...

It's been some time I have visited your blog. I've been quite busy and taken a short break as well. Your creations are getting better each time.

Natasha said...

very pretty

Min said...

The cake is spectacular, what else can I say.. I'm sure the bride was so happy.

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Supriya said...

that must have been quite a challenge to do different designs on each tier and yet make the cake come 'together'...u pulled it off and with such style! very elegantly done! U r a cake goddess!!

Supriya H

Cynthia said...

I want you to make me a birthday cake for my birthday next month! :)

shona said...

hey.. hi anamika.. amazingly beautiful fantabulous work u doin...:)
i ws searching fr sugarcraft classes in india.. n den came across ur blog..
plssss do tell me if u know where 2 learn dis art in india.. will b eagerly waiting fr ur reply..
keep up d gud work..

Margaret said...

This is a most beautiful creation. The colours work so well together. Wow!!!

♥Rosie♥ said...

Absolutely amazing!! So much skill and craft gone into this beautiful cake - well done!

Rosie x

panettona said...

bellissima, complimenti!!! :-)

yuha said...

Hi Anamika,

Fabulous looking cake. I have not visited yr blog in awhile. I love the colour you have used for yr blog. Nice!

Cheers
Yuha
www.partywithcakes.com

Karen R Mendonca said...

love the detailing on ur cakes, they are very beautiful!!

Bentley Middle East said...

You are welcome back! You doing an excellent job !!!!!cake looks WOW........

Zaaras said...

Love the details. Each layer is unique. I've just started taking cake decorating classes. Wonder how long it will take for me to reach this level of perfection. I write about children's fashion. Do drop by my blog www.zaarascloset.com.

Zaaras said...

Love the details. Each layer is unique. I've just started taking cake decorating classes. Wonder how long it will take for me to reach this level of perfection. I write about children's fashion. Do drop by my blog www.zaarascloset.com.

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