This weekend I had the pleasure of creating a beautiful wedding cake- a very simple monogram topped cake with gorgeous purple ribbon.
My favourite things about this cake?
The simplicity of the monogram on top. I played around with ribbon surrounding the “W” but it just didn’t look right- it made it unreadable, or just too cluttered atop the cake. I just love monogram topped cakes, period. I also adore how each tier has a different colour of purple ribbon, and of course, my favourite part is the polka dots all over (which you can see better in the pictures below).
Problems I had with the cake?
While doing this cake, I encountered a few problems with fondant because it turns out that trying to fondant a 6″ high square cake is very hard to do- the corners tend to rip. A few tries and I got it looking beautiful, but fondant is still something that I curse at. Other than that, I will actually say that this cake gave me a huge confidence boost because it was extremely tall, and I really had no problems with levelling, stabilization, or stacking.
Check out a few more pictures:
A little better view of the top and front.
The monogram topper along with tons and tons of dots. The uniformity of them is so beautiful.
A side view.
A little better view of the colour of the ribbon.
The opposite side view.
Thank you to the bride and groom for allowing me to create this beauty!