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Flora Danica Cake (2964)

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The Flora Danica represents a body of work from the 1700’s containing engravings representing Denmark’s wild plants. The set of floral engravings also inspired an exquisite china set that our client asked us to use as inspiration for this cake. The result was this cake decorated with several hand drawn floral patterns.

Floral Danica China Inspired Cake

Floral Danica inspired cake

Janet left us this lovely email after her event:

Hello Nicole! Words cannot tell you have absolutely stunning the “Flora Danica” cake was! It was breathtakingly beautiful and absolutely perfect in the room! Not only was it exquisite with the china, the flower on top and its leaves were a perfect match to my Gracie wallpaper in the DR! I am attaching some photos. It was unbelievable! I hated to cut it to serve it! But all took lots of photos and duly ooohed and ahhhhed a lot! It was just magnificent! Thank you, so much, for your great idea and the most beautiful cake ever! Best, Janet

Close-up of painted bouquet

Close-up of painted wildflower

Looking to learn more about hand painted techniques? We recommend checking out Kate Sullivan’s Hand Painted class!

Hand painted purple wildflower

Hand painted purple wildflower

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