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Sunday, May 31, 2009

Three African Pots Wedding Cake: May 2009

This set of three pots with flowers, few twigs and ivy leaves and resting on the sugarcraft cloth as well, were made for a bride who wanted a traditional design for her wedding. All pots are fruit cakes which were matured in time. The bride was happy to see the colours merge with her wedding theme. I hope you all like the traditional pot wedding cake as well !
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39 comments:

Steph said...

How creative! That 3 cakes look fabulous. I missed seeing your beautiful cakes.. glad you posted this!!

Prasanthi Neeladaran said...

Was so waiting for your updates! As always looking gorgeous:) Ur cakes are such an inspiration.....

Bronwyn said...

They're just lovely.

Elra said...

Wow, look perfect for the wedding. I am sure they are very happy!

The Caked Crusader said...

Wow! What a stunning shape - I can't imagine how you make pot shaped cakes. Amazing.
I see many decorated cakes on the web and I truly think yours are the best!

Shelly said...

What a fantastic idea! so original...just love it!

Nachiketa said...

WOW!!!!! this looks totally fabulous....

So much hard work these would have been.....

The Variable - Nachiketa

♥Rosie♥ said...

Three wedding cakes WOW they look fabulous!! So nice to be viewing your cakes once again missed you!

zurin said...

Those african pots are adorable!!! n ur piping is very very good. my hand is nt as steady but i love doing gum paste modelling. love ur site!

Priya said...

Hats off to your creativity.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Wow,Awesome cakes Soni. Looks very colorful:).

Cham said...

Excellent!

Lissa said...

Beautiful cake! Congratulations!

homecooked said...

Wow...the cake looks amazing! The shape of the pots are so uniform...love the sugarcraft cloth....looks like bandhani material!

Onedia Hayes Sylvest said...

each cake is more amazing than the last.O.

casa da poesia said...

well!...

"Negema wangu binti"

Lori Lynn said...

The absolutely most beautiful and original wedding cakes I have ever seen. You are a master of your craft Soni. Thanks for sharing with us. I bet the guests were awestruck.
Lori Lynn

Margaret said...

Wonderful. I have never seen pot shaped wedding cakes before. How unusual. Perfect!

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krystyna said...

Hi Anamika,
I missed you!

Three African Pots Wedding Cake is fabulous! I'm not surprise that the bride was happy.

Hugsss

Navita (Gupta) Hakim said...

wow Anamika...aka Soni...this is simply stellar...and the fact that you are from a different industry yet so dedicated to sugar craft amazes me!

where do u post the 'how tos' for all this plz? Would love to learn from the pro :)

Judecreations said...

Hi soni, lovely cakes, infact reminds me of the indian wedding..

SheR. said...

First time on your Blog.

Oh my you are one of those Cake Decorator that I aspire to be! The cakes are simply creative and gorgeous!

Excellent work! I'll be back! :)

Cynthia said...

I love the colours.

Anitha said...

Wow...Thats awesome Anamika. Excellent idea of the pots & lovely colors

Anonymous said...

Your creations are amazing!!! You are so talented - this is the first time that I have seen your pics and I'm glad I have....well done and keep it up!

Fjiv said...

Wow Anamika.. I'm really impressed by your work... your blog is very inspiring!

I know a bit of sugar work and blown and pulled sugar but haven't made wedding cakes like you have. I also did figure modeling with marzipan. I really enjoy cake decorating and baking. I have done some cake decoration that I will soon post on my blog. Do stop by to give me your comments!!

Parita said...

Is this really a cake? OMG looks fabulous! simply outstanding, i really dont have any words to say!!!!! You are so talented, pls do keep up!

Resepi Ibu said...

Oh my God!!!! Unbelievable!!! Never seen this type of creation. Love it!

evolvingtastes said...

Gorgeous! I am so glad you keep sharing your creations.

nag said...

I want to celebrate my Birthday again.


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Kishi said...

This is just amazing...i really like your stuff!

BYD Middle East said...

All your delicious cakes are fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Enjoying visiting ur blog!

Anonymous said...

sugarcraft-india.blogspot.com; You saved my day again.

PaddyPal said...

All these are really tempting....especially the african pots...!

A Prathap said...

Hi Anamika,

I just happened to pop into your blog. Great cake and very professional. I am also interested in baking and cake decoration. Would love to get tips from you. Where do you get fondants and other decoration stuff from?

Keep posting more are you bake.

Anu Prathap
Gaborone

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Kosar Kakkar said...

Wow. So creative and tempting cakes. lovely. I wonder how you make it.

Monica little said...

Your progress is amazing! So far these 3 pot cakes are my favorite from your collection!!! What an original idea for a wedding!! I am making a wedding cake for my nephew and his fiance and am exploring an orange and white color pallet... you've inspired me to dig out my sugarcraft tools and petal dust!! Thanks,
Monica L.