Stacked Teacups, Sci-Fi Victorian, Koi
The Chicago bakery produces one of their signature gravity-defying cakes, when the CakeGirls create a bridal shower cake for a tea party. Plus, Christopher Garren’s Cakes creates a unique cake that is inspired by the Victorian age and sci-fi. And, LA’s Merci Beaucoup creates an underwater world in butter cream, including koi fish!
The Chicago bakery produces one of their signature gravity-defying cakes, when Brenda and Nicole create a bridal shower cake for a tea party. This cake design is three beautiful teacups stacked one on top of another, topsy-turvy style. Working the curved edges proves to the challenging, but there’s no cake problem the CakeGirls can’t solve.
Chris at Christopher Garren’s Cakes meets with a couple who wants a cake that will represent the “Steam Punk” motif of their wedding. “Steam Punk”? What is that?? As Chris finds out, it’s a modern blending of the romantic costumes from the Victorian era with the science fiction of H.G. Wells and Jules Verne, all powered by steam. If anyone can take an intricate, outlandish concept and turn it into a cake, it’s Chris and his team.
LA’s Merci Beaucoup bakery gets an order for a wedding cake that plays right into Marc’s strengths. The couple wants color, fun, and butter cream. They also share a love of tattoo art. Marc, being the artist that he is, decides to push the design to include intricate airbrush work, and “koi” fish swimming on the layers. It’s just a typical day at Merci Beaucoup…
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