I have seen so many pretty cakes with bunting on and been intrigued with the silicone moulds you use to make it. But I have never had an excuse to try it out. Finally, I was asked to make a 1st birthday cake and the design had the birthday girls name on it in bunting! WHOHOO!
So last weekend I went to see my friend armed with cake samples ready to plan her wedding cake. She was quite open to flavours and fillings so I went with a selection of light, summery cakes to try!
You don’t need to have lots of fancy gadgets or expensive tools to be able to decorate a cake. Most supermarkets will have a good range of basic cake decorating tools that won’t break the bank but will still do a good job. Here are my top 5 tools for a beginner cake decorator. Continue reading
I remember the first cake course I went on, and being pleasantly surprised at how simple it was to cover a sponge cake. Let me share my tips with you…
Firstly. Start by covering your sponge with a really thin layer of butter cream. This will ensure your first layer of icing sticks to the sponge and also even out the sides.