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Grey and Cream Cake

Here is the cake I created for Cake Central Magazine. 

This was the inspiration board I was sent to work from. Cake Central Magazine asked me to create a grey and cream cake including elements from the photos above to showcase how a simpler design, with fewer embellishments, can still make a big statement. The delicate sheen of the pearl encrusted top tier was created using lustre dust and silver shimmer was added to the grey flowers to give them a vintage fabric feel. 

Photographs by Powder and Paint Photography


  1. Very elegant cake. I love all the deatails :)

    1. Thank you! I enjoyed working on this cake.

  2. hiya charlotte! thanks for visiting my blog... and glad you did because then i found yours! love your cakes, you have a beautiful style! all the best! really like this colour scheme of this one... ^__^


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