Thursday

You can eat cake!

When I first saw this cake in the blog world, I was immediately inspired.  So pretty and delicious looking.  Add a few tiers and it could even be used as a wedding cake.



So, I thought I would give it a whirl and make one for my sister's birthday.  And here she is, can you really go wrong with cream cheese buttercream?  I think not.







19 comments:

jandjhome said...

I love this cake. Its beautiful.

Elaine said...

gorgeous! Great job!!! :)

Donna said...

Beautiful Cake Bethany... That was too pretty to cut. However your sister is more than worth the sacrifice. I know she loved it.

Tammy said...

Beautiful job!! Love your blog!!! How do you make the roses??

Melz said...

Wow! Just like the photo! Great job!

Amory said...

You always make the best cakes! This may have been my prettiest bday cake ever...

J'Anns Boutique said...

OMG this is beautiful...Why are you not baking for my birthday again? lol

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Amanda said...

um wow!! that looks amazing-and too pretty to eat!

Shelly said...

This is a beauty! Can you give a tutorial on how you made it? Thanks!

Savy Girl said...

Great job! This looks gorg (and yummy).

Julianne said...

ummm... this is AMAZING!! I'll take one of these when Sam and I renew our vows!! =)

LaRae Davenport said...

Seriously, your versatility of talent astounds me!

penelopejoseph said...

such a pretty cake! I love it!

live & love. said...

it's so beautiful!!!

Tamsyn said...

Wow, you are way too talented!!

Robin @ Happily Home After (the fire) said...

The presentation is gorgeous!

Bet this technique could look stunning on cupcakes too if the flower was just made smaller.

Could you provide instructions for how you piped the frosting or if there is a link to where you first saw this cake?

Really, great job.

Bonnie said...

I will be in town this weekend if you'd like to try it again.

Jesse said...

Do you have a link for how you did this? Or will you give us the play-by-play? This looks so great and deceptively simple!

Natalie said...

oh my goodness! i can't even tell the difference between the two cakes! i wish i had skills like you and could make this for my sister-in-laws bridal shower!

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