This Alice in Wonderland cake is definitely one of my favorites! I love the baby blue mixed with the red hearts and black diamonds. The top tier is a 6″, and the bottom tier is a 10″. The teacups on top are made with gum paste, and they are the most difficult items on this cake to sculpt, and they need several days to dry to attach the handles. Below is a post I put on Instagram about creating the bottom tier’s diamond pattern. I also made a video for the making of the cute little smash cake, as well as photos of the cakes on my client’s gorgeous dessert table.
A closer look at the hand-sculpted details of this past weekend’s #AliceinWonderlandcake & #smashcake for Addison’s 1st Birthday! Those teacups were certainly challenging!☺️ ☕️☕️☕️ Thanks again Carol!?? #MMCBAKES #customcakes #aliceinwonderland #aliceinwonderlandparty #fondantart #fondantcake #edibleart #gumpasteteacup #sandiegocakes #chulavistacakes
My first Alice in Wonderland smash cake is my most pinned cake design on Pinterest, so I thought I’d share a tutorial on how I put this recent one in baby blue to match the client’s color palette. It’s a 4″ buttercream cake with sculpted fondant candle & roses?Enjoy!? I’m a San Diego based cake artist with a licensed home baking business. I like to share quick cake decorating tutorials and ideas under one minute long. Please LIKE & subscribe for more cake videos! THANKS! MMC BAKES
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