How does one do a tie-die cake and NOT make it look like a hot mess?
Besides all the colorful goings-on outside of this cake, the inside is vanilla cake with sprinkles baked throughout (aka Funfetti). BTW- that’s not an actual flavor. The flavor would be VANILLA and the sprinkles is more of a decoration. You don’t actually TASTE sprinkles. They’re little bits of colored sugar.
This is a 3-tier cake- 10″, 8″, and 6″. Each tier is enrobed in fondant. The bottom tier has fondant cutout flowers. The top two tiers are hand painted with food color to get that tie-dyed effect. The topper is made of fondant.
I’ve been going through old photos. This is a Sweet 16 cake I did for a teenager, who was killed a year later. I had so much positive feedback from her family and friends about this cake. Although the celadon / lime green color was not my choice, I tried to make her cake look like the Cinderella fantasy she wanted. I think it came out well, and I’m looking forward to future orders for a similar theme.
Vanilla cake filled with marzipan and almond butter cream. Coverd in almond buttercream and royal icing.
Crown & Gloves Side Cake, same flavors as main cake
Glass Slipper- What's a Cinderella cake without the kicks?!
Full Table View- I think you can see a bit of the "Free" cake the hall threw in for free for their party. No wonder they wanted one of mine! 😉