The Mother's Day weekend is one which is always highly popular with Weddings. The second weekend in May, where the weather is still lovely, the bout of public holidays is over and also a lovely way to incorporate how much you love your mum :)
The first cake that left Cake That! was a two tier Fishing/shopping themed cake! Headed up to Bagara for a wedding- it was fun and light hearted ,capturing what both the Bride and groom were renowned for.
The next cake was also a Novelty Wedding Cake.
A variation of the Bride in Waiting design, which made it's way to Woodford for a wedding held at a Private Property there.
This design seems quite popular, I'm guessing the groom passed out on the floor resonates for many couples alike LOL!
OHHHHHHHHH So very pretty is the next cake, which was for a Wedding at Lurleen's Restaurant- Sirromet.
Sugar brooch and Brush embroidery, along with sugar ribbon banding the tiers made this one elegant cake.
Once at Sirromet the wonderful Julie form Julie Vine Flowers had some gorgeous roses to place on top.
The Next stop on the list was Brett's Wharf.
This three tier cake with Quilted centre tier and monogram initial toppers always looks classy indeed.
After the load of Traditionally iced cakes it was time for come luscious soft iced creations.
The First had some pretty purple Orchids delicately placed across the tiers.
This cake was delivered out to Topiaries @ Beaumont house.
The Next cake was a three extended height tier cake, which included layers of the couples favourite Orange cake- all topped off with a set of wooden personalised toppers.
The above cake was apart of possibly one of the most themed wedding set ups I have seen this year. Dressed by Amini Concepts- you can see the entire wedding of Fiona and Troy on the Amini Concepts blog!
Last but not least for the weekend was a gorgeous soft iced creation for the Tattersalls Club.
The Clients supplied both the fresh flowers and the Gold Monogram toppers for this cake.
So once again I was delighted to produce a vast array of cakes for a variety of tastes and themes.
What one was your favourite??
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