Cake by Helen Mansey
2016 is all about graphics, from simple stripes to geometric patterns. Go bold with contrasting colours and complement clean, contemporary lines with romantic floral arrangements. Plus, you can find out how to create perfect stripes and more with a helpful step-by-step tutorial in the latest issue of Wedding Cakes.
Cake by Coco Paloma Desserts
Cake painting is more popular than ever, with styles from abstract brushstrokes to hyperreal detail being used to stunning effect. Use specially-designed edible paints for the best results.
Cake by Wedding Cakes by Design
An influence from the world of interiors, soft grey marble brings a stylish edge to sugar flowers and feminine colour palettes. To create this effect, knead a little black paste food colour into white sugarpaste until the colour is marbled throughout.
Cake by Amelie’s Kitchen, photography by James Davidson Photography
Combine towering tiers, stunning sugar flowers and gold detail to create a luxurious cake for a modern fairy tale.
Cake by Bobbette & Belle
Light up the room with sparkly paillettes, pearls and jewels. Avoid overload by concentrating on a single tier or graduating them down the cake.
Cake by Cake Couture NI
Pipe, swipe and smooth buttercream onto cakes and cupcakes for a pretty, rustic finish. Add metallic touches to update the look.
Cake by Tasteful Cakes
The sky’s the limit when it comes to cakes. Have a one-off design created especially for you, from hand-modelled figurines to decorations incorporating your favourite hobbies.
Cake by Rosalind Miller Cakes
Whoever said romance is dead? Delicate blooms and pale pastel tones make for pretty cakes that will make anyone’s heart beat faster.
Cake by Michelle Walker
The floral story for 2016 is all about freer, less formal arrangements, often with foliage in a starring role. Find out how to make your own sugar wildflower wedding cake with Michelle Walker’s tutorial in the latest issue of Wedding Cakes magazine.
Cake by The Pretty Cake Company, photography by Neil Hanson Photography
Frequently seen on chalkboard cakes, black is here to stay. Contrast with pure white or add a touch of luxury with metallic effects.
You’ll find over 240 of the best new cakes, as well as tips, tutorials and techniques in the Summer 2016 issue of Wedding Cakes magazine, on sale now. Wedding Cakes magazine is published four times a year in April, June, September and December – save 20% on cover price when you subscribe.
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