Tuesday, July 7, 2009

A charming pair...pink and green

There is something about the combination of pink and green that always makes me smile...a little bit cute, but fresh too, and the colors work so well for both spring and summer weddings. Here is a cake featuring pink sugarpaste tulips, green hydrangea and little five-petal blossoms to fill out the bouquets:





I'm still smiling...
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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Beautiful work! Although I've been a fan of your culinary talents for years, I'm always impressed with your eye for color and how life like your flowers appear. Amazing!

Keith

Anonymous said...

Wow - have loved your creations through the years - so life like and beautiful - certainly a shame to eat them!

Thank you for sharing!

Regards,

Grant

Jack Weinzierl said...

Jacqueline, absolutely beautiful. I really like this one. My girls would love the colors too.

Rick Itzkowich said...

Jacqueline,

I had no idea this was an area of interest/expertise of yours. Beautiful work. Glad to see you blogging and hopefully using other Social Networking tools to get the word out. If I can be of help, let me know.

jeff said...

Very, very nice. So is the pink ribbon actually fondant or ribbon? Inquiring minds! You are the Cake Boss of the west coast......

Jacqueline Butler said...

Thank you so much Keith, Grant, Jack, Rick and Jeff for your support and wonderful comments!

Jeff - the pink ribbon is actual ribbon, not fondant...you are so well versed in cake terminology!:)

Savannah Custom Cakes said...

Stunning! Your flowers are gorgeous and the shading is amazing.

m.cristina said...

wonderful cake