Once you've chosen your cake designer, how do you then navigate the cake design maze? The wedding dress can give a big clue to the style of wedding so this is often the place we start when designing your cake. The design consultation is where we pull together all the pieces - all your ideas and inspiration - and ultimately solve the cake puzzle for you.
If your dress has beautiful, intricate lace detailing then we can use the pattern to create the hand-piped design flourishes around the cake. Despite being small in stature, this cake provides an impact with its abundance of loose, natural, sugar flowers to match the brides bouquet.
Long and lazy romantic summer days spent al fresco are the inspiration for this version of our Enchanted Garden wedding cake.
Strong individual elements work in harmony on this modern, fresh design. The sculptural sugar flowers are precisely arranged in a spherical sugar 'vase'. The hand-painted leaves are definite and vibrant against the soft ivory cake. Everything on the cake is edible including the green jacquard 'ribbon' around the base of each tier!
This cake celebrates the heritage of cake decorating. Needing a high level of skill, traditional wedding cakes often featured lattice baskets and royal-iced, hand-piped scrolls but these techniques are in danger of being forgotten. On this wedding cake we have combined these traditional techniques with with the straight edges of contemporary design and beautiful sugar flowers to create a unique modern classic. Photos by Teresa C Photography.
The style of the venue for your wedding reception can inspire the style or size of your cake. We can help with this during your design consultation. This five tier cake with hand-piped lace detail, sugar flowers and a watercolour blush effect with hints of gold leaf looked splendid for a wedding in the grand surroundings at Peckforton Castle, in Cheshire.
This wedding cake was made for a wedding at The Principal Hotel, Manchester. It is a more contemporary version of our Vintage Rose design. The design was tailored for the couple; an abundance of sugar flowers to mirror the bride's wedding bouquet on the top tier whilst the bottom tier was inspired by the bride's beautiful dress with sequin and beaded detail. To retain the look of the original design the hand-painted roses dominate the middle tier but the navy blue ribbon adds elegance and sophistication.
Imagine walking through the rambling grounds of an ancient manor house and stumbling across an old forgotten copper jardiniere. That was our inspiration for this wedding cake. The sugar flowers on the cake perfectly match the fresh flowers by Red Floral Architecture used to decorate the swing on which the cake sits. Teresa C captures the late summer vibe perfectly..
Having made lots of wedding cakes for the Coronation Street characters, over the years, it was wonderful to have the opportunity to make a real wedding cake for one it's stars. Samia's favourite colour of lemon was the theme for her lavish country wedding.
Dramatic deep blue ruffles flecked with gold and sugar flowers with strong form and rich colours give this cake a contemporary and striking look. Centre photograph by Lucy Tanner Photography at The Broughton Hall Estate, Yorkshire.
Contemporary, creative styling for the Northern Wedding Venues magazine 2017 cover story. Stylized feathers cover the base tier of this daring, trendsetting all white wedding cake which contrasts with the rural barn at Browsholme Hall in Lancashire. Photographs by Jeff Langhorne Photography.
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