wedding cake. Friday , June 16th , 2017 - 18:38:42 PM
If you are going for a homespun, relaxed vibe, ask your baker to smother your wedding cake in delicious buttercream frosting. "We get lots of requests for rustic iced buttercream layers with flecks of vanilla bean in the icing or textured piping that looks and tastes delicious, but is not perfect," says Mary Maher of Cakegirls in Chicago. For the more polished version, opt for buttercream with a pleated, smooth finish.
Yep, you read that right. With the deconstructed cake, you get to show off the inside. For a summertime wedding, berries work well; in winter and fall, ask your baker to fill the layers with seasonal fruits, like apples, pears, persimmons or even blood oranges. "The exposed cake and filling of the naked cake appeal to both the eyes and the stomach," says John Rusk of Alice’s Tea Cup in New York City.
First, the cake gets covered in fondant, then the design is hand-painted on the cake. "I love the fact that it can look like a classic painting or a piece of modern art, depending on the way it is painted," says Olga Lee of Polkadots Cupcake Factory in Austin, Texas.
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