Daily Top 3 - Nov 20, 2013

Edible lace Wedding cake using my own sugarlace recipe

Made this for a lovely Indian Couple who were even more Kiwi than myself but wanted something that was reminiscent of Indian so we chose these 2 laces, the middle lace was made using my own recipe for lace which is being released soon as a tutorial
The topper is a handblown glass Maori Koru Heart, in the colours of her bridemaids dresses & the stunning backdrop of Hinemoa if anyone is wondering is in the Pohutu Cultural room of the Holiday Inn, Rotorua

Jo, NZ, https://www.facebook.com/CiccioCakes

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Take The Cake ...

That is soooo beautiful Jo!!!! Amazing <3

jchuck ...

So simple and stunningly elegant….

Ciccio ...

Thanks Mel & jchuck :-)

miabakes ...

Beautiful that lace looks so pretty

Ciccio ...

Thanks Mia :-)

Cake Creations by ME - Mayra Estrada ...

wow stunning

jan14grands ...

Jo, this is just Beautiful!!! The lace is georgeous and would be interested to hear how you did it… Love it

Whitsunday Baked Creations - Deb Smith ...

That’s awesome….I’m very interested in your sugarveil recipe as I am in far north Queensland and it’s hard to source it from a supplier here……..look forward to that tutorial!!!!

Sweet Janis ...

Stunning!!!:-)Xx

Alessandra ...

beautiful!!

Violet - The Violet Cake Shop ...

GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS, GORGEOUS!! Love the delicate look of your lace technique. Can’t wait to see what it’s all about when the tutorial comes out =D

Elli Warren ...

So beautiful! i love the lace!! can’t wait for tutorial!! :-)

Sweet Serendipity by Sheila ...

Gorgeous!

Cynthia Lorow ...

I love the lace, looking forward to the tutorial!

whitecrafty ...

It’s so STUNNING! I love your lace! Can’t wait for the tutorial!!

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