A woodland theme small Wedding Cake was displayed at the Wedding show in Bur Oak Brewery, Columbia, Missouri. Some of the cake layers were decorated to look like weathered barn boards with a little moss accenting the bottoms of the boards. Gum paste peonies and blossoms were used to give a more elegant look. I want to Thank the group of young ladies from the Hospitality Management class at the University of Missouri for hosted the show, as their capstone project.
Looking forward to a bride
Gumpaste/Sugar flowers, White and Purple roses arranged for a topper on a wedding cake.
I was asked to make a cake in the shape of the dome that is on the Missouri State Capitol. A Celebration for the 100th anniversary of the installation of the capstone onto the Capitol was going to take place in Rotunda at the Capitol on the third floor. With only 2 weeks notice my journey began. Joining me on my journey was my husband. With his engineering background, carpenter skills. It made my job a lot easier. We gathered pictures, he measured and calculated a scale (32nd) that would look
Kerry and myself wanted to make a statement about the violence we saw taking place in America these days. My husband and I drove the train skeleton and Styrofoam to Tulsa.
Following the Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show that Kerry Vincent Host. A team of 15 to 18 people, and with a train load of sugar we decorated a 45 foot x 5 foot x 7 foot tall Train in 2 days in the River Spirit Expo Center.
The theme this year "Mad about Metallic" I received 2nd runner up. There was such an outpouring of support and so many beautiful, cake designs!