Post # 1
I actually found the picture of our cake through pinterest. I love it. The only changes we’re making is cutting out the top two tiers (we’re inviting 200 people, so 2 additional tiers is way too much), and we’re making each tier a different color pink. It’ll go from a medium pink to a light pink up top.
It’s going to be so delicious, too. The bottom layer will be yellow cake with alternating vanilla french silk and raspberry filling, the next layer will be chocolate cake with alternating chocolate french silk and cherry filling, the next layer will be red velvet cake with vanilla french silk filling, and the top layer will be lemon cake with alternating vanilla french silk and lemon filling. So yummy!
What do you think, bees?
Post # 3
that sounds gorgeous and sooo unique!
Post # 8
SOOOO pink…. then I read your post….
So it’ll be different shades of pink? And less layers? What about the curlicue lacy stuff? The cake in the picture looks really feminine…
Post # 9
Yes! We’re just taking off the top two layers, and it will have it different shades. We will be keeping the white on pink lacey stuff. It will be buttercream piping on top of pink buttercream.
Post # 10
I really do love that cake, Sorry, it doesn’t sound like it in my last post!
Post # 11
What a gorgeous cake!
Since you said you found this picture off Pinterest, I would suggest looking at your baker’s portfolio so your expectactions are realistic! That piping is very delicate and intricate, so I would just make sure you baker has that talent and has similar cakes she/he has done!
Post # 12
Oh, that cake looks delish, the fillings sounds awesome too! Now I want to have some cake aswell! 😀
Post # 14
Oh my gosh that sounds so delicious! I love the design, too. It’s lovely!
Post # 15
Gorgeous! I love the square shape. We picked ours out over the weekend and it’s the same shape as yours, but with white icing, and we’ll be using fresh flowers. Yours is very pretty and also sounds as though it will taste really yummy!
Post # 16
Sounds delicious!!! The only advice I have is that insted of taking off the top two layers, maybe eliminating the botom one instead. I like the way the top layers transition and peak into a smaller top than the bottom layers.