Posted on February 01, 2016
Created & Decorated by
Ms. Angie Rombeck-Smith
This cake was made with a 10 and 12 inch round and iced in butter cream. The flower is the thistle which is the flower for Scotland. I could not find any silk or gumpaste but found a web site for traditional Scottish weddings. I took a gumpaste calla lily and trimmed it down. Then took a tear drop cutter and cut 3 dozen or so out and applied around the calla lily. Then I took purple fun fur and arranged it inside for the thistle look. The kilt pattern is what the men of the bride's family will be wearing. I arranged the fondant down cake pans and let dry for 24 hours.(it should have been longer but i needed the pans for another cake) Then it was just a matter of looking at the pattern and painting it on to the fondant. It took about 3 hours to paint but was fun.
Angie Rombeck-Smith is a mom (and very young grandmother!) from Northwest Missouri. Her passion for cake decorating came out of a desire to make the cake an event of it's own and use unique and innovative decorations. She says that when she grows up she wants to be Margaret Braun. Angie is the owner of Creations in a small village in Missouri. You can contact Angie by sending an e/mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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