Penguin Wedding Cake Toppers

I am so thrilled with how well this pair came out!  The bride who asked me to make the grooms cake from the last post also asked if I could make their wedding cake topper.  I don't normally do toppers, unless I am making the cake too, but I made an exception this time.

This cute pair was my first venture into clay, which is very much like working with fondant, so it worked out well.  I prefer to make all my stuff out of edible materials, but sometimes you just want to keep them longer than sugar would allow.

This happy couple deserves to stick around for awhile!

Military Groom's Cake!

This week I was honored to make a cake for a groom who serves in the US Army, 82nd Airborne division.  The Bride wanted a camouflage cake with different elements from his service. 

The Camo cover was done entirely in buttercream and I am really pleased with how it turned out! The flag and other elements were fondant (with some royal piping).

On this side, his CIB Badge and the 82nd Airborne Logo.
This side features the Lost Boys platoon image.
The grooms dog tags were draped over the top of the cake.

It is always an honor to be able to do something for the men and women of our military. I sure hope he enjoys his cake!  Congratulations Courtney and Dylan! 

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