Joe + Kandace

“Tiffany blue.  Ivory.  And pearls.”  That was all she needed to say.  How could we say no?!

Our first meeting with Kandace, the (at the time) bride to be, was so much fun.  We met at a local coffee shop and gushed about her engagement, her vision for the wedding, and of course, the cake!

After seeing several pictures of cake elements she loved, we agreed to come up with a few sketches and have another meeting with her hubby-to-be, Joe.  We came up with three different sketches – all of which we loved.  After showing them to Kandace and Joe, we knew which one it was going to be.  Kandace kept coming back to the Tiffany blue cake with pearls and a shimmery ivory bow.

Here is the sketch that was chosen!

Since we had just finished doing a cake the weekend before, Cathy and I were in “cake mode” and had such success with this entire cake from taste, to baking, to construction, to decor.

Thank you so much to our friend Cathy Breslow for assisting us in taking pictures!  We’re bakers – not photographers, so being coached on taking quality pictures was so helpful!  We only hope to get better and better. =)

Tiffany Blue Wedding Cake | Petal and Posie Cakes

Securing the bow…

Tiffany Blue Wedding Cake | Petal and Posie Cakes

Tiffany Blue Wedding Cake | Petal and Posie Cakes

detail

Tiffany Blue Wedding Cake | Petal and Posie Cakes

We should also mention that this cake tasted delicious!!  It was chocolate cake with raspberry frosting.  The soft pink frosting with speckled raspberry seeds stood out against the dark rich chocolate cake.  It was so pretty (and yummy!).  We’re hoping that we can post a picture of a cake slice from a guest of the wedding or the photographer of the wedding, so come check back some time soon!

Thank you, Kandace and Joe for allowing us to make the cake for your big day!

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