I'm working on a wedding cake for a friend who is getting married at the end of the month (by "working on" I mean "coming up with designs"), so I've been looking back at the other cakes I've done. The cake above is the first wedding cake I ever made, and I think it's my favorite. That's the bride in the background (she's a costume designer), so you can see how well it matches the wedding colors.
These two were for former student workers of mine (I used to work at a university, and we hired students for our summer staff). The one on the left is the only fondant-free wedding cake I've done (although the one I'm working on will be fondant-free). And I love the "pearl necklace" on the cake on the right.
This was for friends at church, and this was the biggest one I've done. The cake was white with chocolate chunks, and the filling was bright red, which was fun when we cut into it.
I did this one a little over a year ago, and it's my second-favorite. I love the height of each tier (there were three layers in each tier, which I will definitely do again). You can't tell from this picture, but there were clear, snowy sparkles on the cake, which was lovely for the winter wedding.
The upcoming wedding cake will be almost all chocolate, with caramel and roses and gold accents. I can't wait to share the finished product with you!