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This vintage Wedding cake was designed for a unique vintage themed Wedding at Papplewick Pumping Station, Nottinghamshire. The blue-green Royal icing textured surface, with the silver shimmer all over, enriched the colours of the fresh flower garlands adorning it.

Textured Royal Icing with Garlands of Fresh Flowers

Textured Royal Icing with Garlands of Fresh Flowers

Garlands with Hydrangeas were draped around the edge of this 2 tiered fruit cake to create a very dramatic and beautiful effect complementing the brides original vintage dress.

Extra Deep Tiers made from Rich Fruit Cake

Extra Deep Tiers made from Rich Fruit Cake

If you’d like me to decorate a cake in a similar bespoke style or something completely different  for your special occasion then please feel free to contact me for a quote. Copper Top Cakes is based in Nottingham and delivers to the East Midlands area. Please leave me an email or a message and I will get back to you as soon as possible.

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This fantastic cake was designed for an avid Welsh Rugby Fan for his 80th Birthday party. The cake was a conglomerate of the Welsh flag, a rugby ball and some bright yellow daffodils.

Designed for a Welsh Rugby Fan

Designed for a Welsh Rugby Fan

First of all I moulded the rugby ball in my hands to get the correct shape and then added the stitching and other details. Next came the tricky flag; the red dragon was cut out by hand and attached to the flag which in turn was attached to the cake and finished of with an edible black pen to create the outlines.

Handmade Rugby Ball And Sentiments

Handmade Rugby Ball And Sentiments

To finish off this design was the cheerful handmade daffodils. For that extra special touch I added some cupcakes with rugby ball and daffodil detail. Some royal icing piping and the wording and voila a finished work of art.

If you’d like me to decorate a similar cake for a special occasion then please feel free to contact me for a quote. Copper Top Cakes is based in Nottingham and delivers to the East Midlands area.

 

 

This fabulous lavendar cake was designed for a ladies 80th Birthday party. The corner detail would also be fantastic as a multi tiered wedding cake.

80th Angled

The hand cut out 80 was covered in edible lace and then highlighted in tiny dots piped around the edges.

80 Cropped

All four corners have been  decorated with stylised lavendar growing from the base and on to the cake top. First the green stems were iced, then purple for the flowers and a final flourish of green leaves.

80 More Angled

If you’d like me to decorate a similar cake for a special occasion then please feel free to contact me for a quote. Just to let you know I am based in Nottingham.

I was called upon to create this bespoke and unique Wedding cake for a ‘Royal Marine Groom’ and a ‘Fitness Instructer Bride’. The overall design being the Groom maneuvering over an obstacle course to reach and marry his bride.

The Marine has just got over the handmade tyres, he is then climbing the wall up the hand holds and has yet to pull himself up the rope to deliver the Wedding ring.


The Bride is exercising on the top with her veil, made from edible lace, flowing down and around the cake with her bouquet of pink flowers waiting for her husband to be.

Testamonial:
Ha ha, everybody was highly amused by Greg clambering up the cake with the ring to get to Charlotte on the top doing her workout.  Greg said it was ‘hoofin’ which in grown up speak means absolutely fabulous and Charlotte loved it.  So it hit the spot and tasted pretty good to.  Can recommend the carrot cake as a nice change.
 
Great big thank you xxx
If you’d like me to decorate a similar cake for a Wedding then please feel free to contact me for a quote. I am ased in Nottingham and can deliver in the East Midlands area.

I received a birthday present earlier this year and the wrapping paper gave me an idea to decorate a cake which was inspired by the colours and shapes.

There are a variety of techniques involved in creating this cake. Firstly I sprayed aqua and white over the torquoise icing to give it different textures.

Then I applied coloured royal icing using a paintbrush. Followed by piping white flowers on it.

It was then finished off with gold and pearlescent spray.

This technique can be used in a variety of different ways, so if you’d like me to decorate a similar cake as a centre piece for your special occasion then please feel free to contact me for a quote.

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