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1 This three tier square fondant wedding cake is off white with black royal icing designs. The top tier has piped small polka dots, The middle has a piped lacey design and the bottom tier was hand painted. the boarders are satin ribbons.
2 This black and white edible images cake is very unique because of the different shapes and sizes of the tiers. The fondant was airbrushed with pearl and the only color is in the black and red pearls that are scattered about. The sugar bow and ribbon curls topper is a perfect festive topper. This was a birthday cake, but elements of it could be incorporated into a wedding cake.
3 Four tier round and hexagon off white fondant wedding cake with dramatic pearl and off white fondant stripes. The hexagon tier has a monogram surrounded by sugar pearls and curlicues. The boarders are black satin ribbons. Even though everything is a shade of white, this cake is a show stopper.
4 This four tier white fondant square wedding cake shows how dramatic black and white can be. The flowers are handcrafted sugar anemones with eye-catching black centers and stamens. The designs are black royal icing using 3 different techniques for varying texture.
5 Four tier fondant wedding cake with black and white edible pictures of the Bride and Groom at different ages. The boarders and the topper are hand rolled fondant pearls.
Brides have so many choices for the wedding cake that will be the show piece for their reception. It can be a sophisticated masterpiece or whimsical and fun. Remember, it is the first thing your guest see at the reception and the last thing they taste. You will also have photos of you cutting the cake. It is very important that it both looks spectacular and tastes fantastic. Do your homework and check the bakery out and have a tasting including the fondant.
The Groom’s cake can be a sculpture of the Groom’s car or themed on his favorite sport. it is supposed to be something that is about him and fun. This can be served at the rehearsal dinner or the reception.
As the outside of cakes have changed, so have the inside. Gone are the dry white sponge cakes of the past. Now people are choosing what they really love to eat. It could be red velvet with cream cheese icing and pecans or fudge marble with Kaluha butter cream and chocolate ganache. Each tier can be a different flavor with any filling you can dream of. At Art Eats Bakery we make all of our cakes and icings from scratch and we only use the very best fresh ingredients. Even our fondant is scratch made and tastes great. It can be made in lots of flavors. Our cakes are all butter cakes and our butter cream is also made with fresh butter.
We are licenced by the city and DHEC and our rating is an A. We also carry liability insurance for the safety of you and your guests.
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, SC http://www.arteatsbakery.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
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