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Basketweave Tulip and Hydrangea Wedding Cake (1339)

So today was Beverly’s wedding! She and Sam tied the knot and celebrated with family and friends at the Englewood Women’s Club this afternoon.

Basketweave Blue Wedding Cake

The 4 tiered cake featured both round and square tiers, which were covered in Basketweave fondant. Sugar flowers included tulips, peonies, hydrangea and berries. The bottom tier was mimosa cake filled with blood orange buttercream and vanilla bean mousse. The next tier up was chocolate cake with mint buttercream with valrhona crunchy pearls. The next was confetti meyer lemon filled with blackberry buttercream.

Here’s a video I shot at the shop:

Today was a beautiful day for Sam and Beverly and we were so happy to be able to celebrate with them. Congrats and lots of love to both of you!
P.S. We will miss you while you’re on your honeymoon Bev….even though we know you won’t be missing us! haha.

Thanks to Monica (Bev’s mother’s-in-law) for this wonderful comment:

Anne, the cake was beautiful, by far the most beautiful cake I’ve ever been able to enjoy. It was delicious. And the little ladybug was so sweet and beautiful, just like my daughter-in-law, Bev. Thanks to all the ladies (and men) of PCB. Just one more thing to savor and remember about that great day. I think alot of love went into that cake

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2 Comments for “Basketweave Tulip and Hydrangea Wedding Cake”

  • Teacup Tootsie says:

    The cake is stunning, but due credit must be given to the baker here – the flavors are very imaginative. Well done

  • joan says:

    I just stopped by and was awestruck. This cake is a show-stopper – so creative and using such variety of lovely textures and flavours. I will have to return. Can’t take any more wonderment today.

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