Saturday, June 26, 2010

Architecture Wedding Cake Ideas

Cakes for couples who covet cornice and corinthian confections. Springtime is wedding season. June brides decked out in lacy white dresses with fancy white wedding cakes to match. Grooms stand tall while slicing into frosted skyscrapers. Cakes designed to be buildings don't just have to be for architects. You could have a cake in the shape of a structure in your town or city. Perhaps you met, proposed or plan to be married in a notable landmark. Forgo the traditional, and frankly boring, frosted round tiers and try something bold, something different, something unique. Wouldn't a monumental cake be more memorable? Perhaps a yummy yankee stadium cake or your party can rock our with a Rockefeller Centre cake. Extra Eiffel Towers and lovely Leaning Towers of Pisa produced in eatable cake form. Buddy Valastro, a successful cake artist and star of the Discovery Communication's TLC Channel show named Cake Boss, is master baker of Carlo's City Hall Bake Shop in Hoboken, New Jersey. He has created a Empire State Building Cake, Leaning Tower of Pisa cake and a cake in the shape of the Statue of Liberty. His cake creation for a family firework company would be incomplete without fireworks shooting from the frosting and fondant in spectacular fashion. You can also see a video of the delivery of a confectionary Leaning Tower of Pisa. Check out this cake delivery game features an interactive character carrying a Leaning Tower of Pisa cake. I've written before about building-shaped cakes.

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