Five Tier Wedding Cake

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Five Tier Wedding Cake

by Mavis Prezens
(South Africa)

Five Tier Wedding Cake

Five Tier Wedding Cake

This is a five tier wedding cake I made for my daughter. The bottom tier is a dummy covered with white plastic icing.

The 2nd tier is a cherry cake where I put a layer of strawberry icing around it and covered it with white plastic icing.

The 3rd tier is a carrot cake covered with creamed cheese mixed with sugar icing, then covered with plastic icing.

The 4th tier is a chocolate cake with raspberry and chocolate filling. I put a thin layer of chocolate icing on and covered with extra thick plastic icing so that the chocolate icing did not seep through.

The 5th tier is a fruit cake covered with marzipan and plastic icing. I put dowels in all the tiers except the bottom and top tier to sustain all the layers.

I finished off the cakes with dark red royal icing the color of the wedding theme with curls and twirls that was on the wedding invitation. The red royal icing roses in between the twirls complimented the sugar roses on the top tier and around bottom tier and a row of roses also flowed from the top to bottom tier to link the tiers this was in front of the cake.

In between the middle tiers, I finished the cakes off with strings of beads and crystals,the top tier was finished off with a crystal and bead crown.

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