Wowee - check out that color! And it's actually striped modeling chocolate, not fondant. Amazing.
I love it when bakers experiment with a wedding cake's shape and height. You know, like this:
Formal, but still fun. Love it.
Plus that graphic black and white pattern manages to be both modern and timeless all at once.
This next one is also by Rouvelee, because I couldn't pick just one of her amazing cakes:
If you asked an artist for an extremely abstract, minimalistic interpretation of sea foam and crashing waves, you might get something like this:
By Gateaux Inc.
Kinda cool, right?
I had to zoom in on this one before I realized the ribbons weren't real ribbons:
And those graduated colors! I literally gasped the first time I saw this - such great girly goodness.
There's something about sunny yellow accents with black and white that always makes me smile:
Photo by photoARTworks, cake by Something Sweet Cake Studio
Beauuutiful. And I was delighted when I realized this is by the baker who made our very first cake at our very first book tour stop here in Orlando. (Love ya, Johnnie!)
So...would you call that shade Norwegian Blue? [innocent smile]
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