Friday, October 1, 2010

TRADITIONAL INDIAN WEDDING CAKE

This Cake was designed for the International Center of Cake Artersty (ICCA) wedding cake competition. I wanted to do a Indian wedding cake since its so difficult to find a traditional indian wedding cake bring out the Indian Culture and Heritage. The colours choosen were Red, Orange and Yellow , typical colours when u think of a Indian wedding. The whole cake was air brushed with Yellow, Orange and Red. I had a Indian Bride and Groom sitting on the first tier. The Bride was dressed in a traditional Saree with all her jewelary, make up, Mehendi on her hands etc. The pallu of the Bride's Saree was handpainted with gold and silver. The groom was dressed in a Kurta Set with a matching shawl. The second tier was a peacock,India' s National Bird. This peacock was done in royal icing and hand painted and dusted with edible sparkle dust to give it the bling. Then there were roses in the colour scheme of yellow, orange and red. The 3rd tier was two decorated elephants done with fondant to give it a 2D effect and hand painted. The 4th tier & the cake board was decorated with Mehendi design. The whole cake board was sprayed with gold spray for that shine. I was really glad i did this cake since i was the only Indian wedding cake among all the 80 entries.



 This is the final cake .............







My adorable bride and groom...........

Do you see the hand painted Pallu of the bride's saree....the saree was inspired by my own wedding saree. :-)

The Groom's costume was inspired by my husbands engagement costume....


Do you notice that the groom is holding the bride's hand....;-)


The Second Tier....Royal icing peacocks which were hand painted and dusted with edible glitter..........


My roses &  cute elephants ...........


The final tier and the cake board............



So now if anyone needs a traditional Indian wedding cake , you know who to contact ;-).

Cheers

4 comments:

  1. Ashish Abrol is the founder and CEO of Big Indian Wedding, a wedding portal that caters to all your wedding needs. Get FREE wedding tips, Discounts and Coupons on attire and make up by logging in to Big Indian Wedding.

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  3. Very amazing your publish, I really like this types of cake so thanks to information.

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  4. Hi dear pushpa. I really admire your traditional indian wedding cake. Such a beauty. i would love to have the same cake for my wedding reception dinner which will be held on nov 2015 in shah alam. May i know how much it will cost me in total? U can reach me through this num 0149272697 (Ravi). Hope to hear frm u soon. Tq

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Friday, October 1, 2010

TRADITIONAL INDIAN WEDDING CAKE

This Cake was designed for the International Center of Cake Artersty (ICCA) wedding cake competition. I wanted to do a Indian wedding cake since its so difficult to find a traditional indian wedding cake bring out the Indian Culture and Heritage. The colours choosen were Red, Orange and Yellow , typical colours when u think of a Indian wedding. The whole cake was air brushed with Yellow, Orange and Red. I had a Indian Bride and Groom sitting on the first tier. The Bride was dressed in a traditional Saree with all her jewelary, make up, Mehendi on her hands etc. The pallu of the Bride's Saree was handpainted with gold and silver. The groom was dressed in a Kurta Set with a matching shawl. The second tier was a peacock,India' s National Bird. This peacock was done in royal icing and hand painted and dusted with edible sparkle dust to give it the bling. Then there were roses in the colour scheme of yellow, orange and red. The 3rd tier was two decorated elephants done with fondant to give it a 2D effect and hand painted. The 4th tier & the cake board was decorated with Mehendi design. The whole cake board was sprayed with gold spray for that shine. I was really glad i did this cake since i was the only Indian wedding cake among all the 80 entries.



 This is the final cake .............







My adorable bride and groom...........

Do you see the hand painted Pallu of the bride's saree....the saree was inspired by my own wedding saree. :-)

The Groom's costume was inspired by my husbands engagement costume....


Do you notice that the groom is holding the bride's hand....;-)


The Second Tier....Royal icing peacocks which were hand painted and dusted with edible glitter..........


My roses &  cute elephants ...........


The final tier and the cake board............



So now if anyone needs a traditional Indian wedding cake , you know who to contact ;-).

Cheers

4 comments:

  1. Ashish Abrol is the founder and CEO of Big Indian Wedding, a wedding portal that caters to all your wedding needs. Get FREE wedding tips, Discounts and Coupons on attire and make up by logging in to Big Indian Wedding.

    ReplyDelete
  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Very amazing your publish, I really like this types of cake so thanks to information.

    online gifts to india

    birthday gifts to india

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi dear pushpa. I really admire your traditional indian wedding cake. Such a beauty. i would love to have the same cake for my wedding reception dinner which will be held on nov 2015 in shah alam. May i know how much it will cost me in total? U can reach me through this num 0149272697 (Ravi). Hope to hear frm u soon. Tq

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