Rarely has one cake design been brought to us by so many brides! They have asked for a “lite” version, with less lines to the latest request that was to be very much like the original design. Let me say, I do not know what cake artist to give credit for the original design. It’s been pinned and refined so many times that I would need to be a forensic analyst to figure it out.
I made this cake this past weekend for a dear friend of ours, Daisy Moffatt – owner of Daisy Moffatt Photography. Truth be told, I was actually conspiring with her husband, Beau, to make her a cake with a surprise design.
As I looked through Daisy’s Pinterest board, I saw lots of romantic cakes with frilly ruffles and fantasy flowers. But almost every one was mostly fondant. Knowing that most people aren’t huge fondant fans,
I have a big confession to make here… Pinterest is killing my creativity! Every minute I’m being fed all these wonderful ideas, and it’s just too hard not to swipe some of them. I saw this magic hat cake pinned on Pinterest and found out it was made by CC user nonilm (and she was inspired by others). A few days later my friend Tammy called and wanted a magic themed birthday cake for her son Jack.