Thursday, July 25, 2013

Custom Wedding Cake, Lake Waramaug Country Club, CT

Designing a custom wedding cake allows every bride to work with Ana to create a one-of-a-kind masterpiece that is representative of her wedding theme, personal style, and aesthetic choices. 

Ana created this final sketch with input from bride, Sarah Gilmore, to design a wedding cake that was truly her own. 

For each bride, the sketch is edited and refined to encompass all the elements the bride would like included in her wedding cake. Placement of sugar flowers, a monogram, piping, or brushed embroidery details are decided upon before the wedding cake can come to life. 

Ana's custom designed sketch for Sarah's wedding cake

Sarah's cake consisted of four tiers covered in white fondant. Each tier was accented with a silver pressed fondant border and delicately decorated with freehand piping. Ana's trademark handcrafted sugar flowers highlighted the design in soft peaches and whites. 

By marrying her love of fine art and baking, Ana is able to create one-of-a-kind art on your wedding cake! The technique of freehand piping is just one way Ana ensures each of her cakes is a captivating masterpiece. 

A lush helping of handcrafted sugar flowers accents the base of the cake. This custom design used light peach peonies, roses, and white hydrangea flowers. 

Monograms are a great way to add your personal signature to your wedding cake. For Sarah's cake, Ana created an oval monogram with silver piped lettering framed by a pearl border.

Often, monograms are inspired by a couples' wedding invitation, but inspiration can come from anywhere!

Monogram with pearl border detail 

The wedding cake was delivered to Lake Waramaug Country Club in Connecticut for the beautiful tented wedding reception. Congratulations to the newlyweds! 

For more information on creating a custom wedding for your wedding or special event visit:

Flowers by Cecily F. Grand 
Photographs taken by Ana Parzych 

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