Susan and Jade’s San Diego wedding was nothing short of absolutely lovely. The magnificent Caroline Tran captured all the details — stationery and paper goods in shades of pink and seafoam, the candle-lined ceremony aisle and props like umbrellas and giant pink balloons props. Oh, and the sweets at the reception: too-pretty-to-eat confections like French macarons, intricate cakes, and cake pops complete with edible cameo embellishments. All pretty pastel perfection. Lovella Bride Susan wore a Kenneth Pool ball gown fit for a princess. Wrote the bride of her dress: “Thank you so much for your patience, kindness, and expertise in helping me find the absolutely perfect wedding dress. The dress was everything I ever dreamed of and was definitely a major highlight of our special day.” The gown featured a sweetheart neckline and embellished belt at the bodice, and an artfully gathered skirt. The gown was so very Susan: sweet, […]
These fashion-inspired cakes straight out of the pages of the Fall 2011 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings. The article states, “On these pages, desserts get adorned with fabulous flounces, beautiful beading, and more.” In fact, these cakes are almost too gorgeous to eat! Enjoy.
Couture: (noun) high-fashion designing and dressmaking. Couture: (adjective) being, having or suggesting the style, quality, etc., of a fashion designer; very fashionable: the couture look. Couture is a word used when referring to fashion frocks, but once you see the beautifully detailed confections below you’ll understand why these are clearly couture, too. It’s no surprise that much of our inspiration comes from The Caketress, whose impeccable creations often mimmic the lovely details of couture wedding gowns. Cake/Baker Credits: 1 & 2 The Caketress / 3 Pelican Hill w/ photo by Aaron Delesie via *** / 4 & 5 The Caketress w/ first photo by Jessica Blaine Smith Photography / 6 & 7 The Caketress / 8 The Couture Cakery w/ photo by Thomas Beaman Photography / 9 The Caketress