Probably the most travelled wedding cake?
|First she mixed and rolled out the fondant and then covered the cake with it..(well after she spread a bit of jam over the cake)|
|Then she cut the fondant around the cake|
|She then cut out the agreed pattern which were individually cut out with flour covered fingers...|
so it does not stick to the hands
|The patterns were then pasted on the cake..|
|Until the cake was completely covered...|
|The cake board was then covered with fondant flakes...|
|giving it a more finished look...|
|Although the handmade flowers didn't go on until we got to Abeokuta where the wedding took place|
We got a quick preview of what it would look like...
|And just before the layers of cakes got packed for our inter-state journey (Lagos-Abeokuta), it got a healthy dose of edible lustre spray..|
|Hurray! The cakes made it safely to Abeokuta...The Bride loved it..!!!|
|Dupe smiled ...she always knew she had it all sorted..."Piece of Cake"|
I think Bisola and Seun officially hold the record for the most travelled wedding cake...London-Germany-Lagos-Abeokuta-Lagos-Germany-London.. (Well, the bride and groom had to take some back with them, innit? LOL!) and it was totally delish! If all this cake talk is making you crave for a bite, then 'holla' at Dupey ( Peek-a-Cake) on 07958 035 102 (London) ...