Bobble Head, Roses and Stripes, Scroll Motif
The CakeGirls construct a "bobble head" groom’s cake; Reva designs a vivid cake with black-and-white stripes and apple-green fondant; and the women in NY battle a heat wave, which threatens to wilt their fondant and melt their iced stencil designs.
The Chicago sisters receive a challenge they can’t refuse—to create a bobble head groom’s cake. The groom is a huge football fan and has his heart set on seeing this cake at his reception. Can Mary design a structure that will bobble, but not fall? She comes up with a game plan, but the pressure is on. She has just one chance to line up the cake-filled helmet and send it through the uprights….
At Merci Beaucoup Cakes, Reva creates a cake concept which marries the opposing masculine and feminine design requests from her bride and groom. So it’s black & white stripes for the groom (named Taylor), and drapery and pink roses for the bride. Marc’s background in fashion design comes in handy when it comes to making fondant "drape," now if only they can get the color right…
Cake Alchemy has an order for a wedding cake with a custom stencil scroll pattern, and gum paste flowers. But it’s summer in the city and Manhattan is in the middle of a heat wave. Will the fondant wilt before Lauri can even get it on the cake? And if they can get the fondant to stay, will the steamy temps turn their stencil designs into melty rivers of purple icing? On an all-white cake, that would spell disaster!
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