Hello royal cake subjects!
It’s been a few days! I’ll bet you’re ready to see some cake creations!
Today we’ll be highlighting a recent cake the Queen did, as well as show you some oldies-but-goodies we just can’t forget!
Today’s theme: DAISIES!
First, let’s start with the new stuff!
This is Let Them Eat Cake!’s third daisy cake this year. It is covered in dark chocolate fondant and accented with both gerbera and shasta daisies made from gum paste. We absolutely LOVE this cake!
Moving on to our next cake…and don’t be fooled by the “Lilly.”
The above cake is an interpretation of a 2011 Lilly Pulitzer fabric. The circles and bow represent the trim work that is present on most Lilly dresses. The fondant was airbrushed in a navy edible paint. All decorative accents are made from vanilla fondant.
Next, we have another sweet 16 birthday cake!
This cake for Katie Gasque is vanilla “funfetti” with cream cheese icing. It is covered entirely with vanilla fondant and accented with gumpaste bow and daisies.
And finally we’ll end today with a look at one of our first cakes that featured daisies!
This school book cake features 3 chocolate cakes, 2 with chocolate buttercream icing and one with raspberry merengue buttercream icing, all covered in vanilla fondant. The apple, ruler, pencils and vase are all made of fondant. The daisies are made of gumpaste. The piping is done with royal icing.
So, there you have it! We obviously love daisies here at
Let Them Eat Cake!
Hope you loved reading about them as much as we loved taking about them!
Princess of Cakes
(P.S. In the previous post, the Crosswell-Wallace cake ALSO features lots and lots of daisies!!!)