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. If you know the artist, please let me know and I will credit them.
Long ago we tried a version of this “organic lines” design and I wasn’t crazy about it. It may have been the very small amount of flowers on a pretty large cake or that “willy nilly” lines just seem to be the opposite of what I normally do. It could have just been a bad week. This cake was delivered to Stratton Hall in Chattanooga, TN.
Then we made a version with copper penny colored orchids trailing down the front. I know the picture is much better, but the cake itself is mostly the same just more color and interest because of the flowers. This cake was delivered to The Hunter Art Museum in Chattanooga, TN.
We did a another organic lines cake with some admittedly strange purple flowers. They were tulip “like” and I promise you that is what the bride wanted. We delivered this cake to The Mill in Chattanooga, TN.
Lastly, our new favorite version of this cake. We got to add many more lines and used a larger tip, #5. It gave much more dimension and I’m finally happy with this design. It may have just grown on me, but I think that it’s just better. The fresh flowers I was able to use helped also. We used succulents, roses and some other greenery. I don’t think I ever arranged the flowers quite like this one, but I don’t know why because it looked great. This cake was delivered to Walnut Hill Farms in Dalton, GA.
I challenged my husband to make a great picture of this cake so that now our cake can blow up Pinterest! So help us do that by pinning it today! Thanks for helping!