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Suzanne & Andreas- Fiesta Wedding

Last May this amazing couple celebrated their wedding with a fun and festive celebration! From the handmade bouquet made of brooches, to the bright colors of decorations all over, it was a truly amazing day for these two. We had so much fun creating this embroidery style wedding cake to go along with all the colorful decorations.

The cake was iced in our Italian meringue buttercream and layered with fondant and buttercream details. We will never forget the excitement from Suzanne when she came to pick up the cake, it's what we live for as cake artists! Along with the beautiful design on the outside they had a mixture of Chocolate Decadence -which is our dark chocolate fudge cake with layers of chocolate cream and ganache and Italian Cream- coconut cake layered with coconut pecan cream cheese. 

Lisa Marie Imagery did a beautiful job capturing all of these moments- check out her blog about this wedding and the amazing images of the cake she captured.

Snohomish Fiesta Wedding: Suzanne & Andreas

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Borrowed & Blue- Fleurs & Filigree at DeLille Cellars

 

As the temperature drops and the days get shorter, we are thinking up new and creative ways to reflect and celebrate Fall. In this spirit of reflection, we would like to share one of our favorite fall wedding cakes from Margeaux and Nick’s wedding last October.

This “Fleurs and Filigree” wedding took place at DeLille Cellars--a small, intimate vineyard in beautiful Woodinville, Washington.  The bride and groom paired elegant simplicity with seasonal blooms and warm tones throughout the reception, and our custom cake capped the refinement of the day.

This three-tiered cake was elegant on the outside and a menagerie of flavors inside. Each layer delighted the palette; almond, lavender, and vanilla bean cakes were combined with cream cheese filling. The smooth Italian meringue buttercream design was finished with gold fondant bands and meticulously-designed and hand-crafted sugar poppies dipped in gold.

We loved seeing photos of the couple enjoying our cake on the Borrowed & Blue blog—check the link below to see for yourself!

http://www.borrowedandblue.com/seattle/weddings/margeaux-nick

 

 

WRITTEN BY: ANGELINE LITTLE

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