Dusty pink was used to create the lovely pink base of this lace wedding cake. The 4 tiers were covered in a marshmallow pink fondant and adorned with a creamy white lace that was shimmered. The bride provided the beautiful gold cameo. The adjoining cakes were iced in a buttercream and one was covered in a chocolate ganache pour. The wedding guests were treated to a variety of wedding cake flavors and fillings. Morgan and Caleb chose Lemon cake with a fresh raspberry filling, a guinness stout cake with an irish cream chocolate ganache, red velvet and a spiced cabernet cake and buttercream. The reception was held at the www.DanvilleCountryClub.net in Danville, KY. The fresh flowers for the cake topper were provided by A Lasting Impression of Danville, KY. To schedule your complimentary consultation and tasting, call The Twisted Sifter at (859) 238-9393. For more information visit our website at TheTwistedSifter.com.
Romantic Wedding Cake Pink Lace Danville Country Club January 21, 2013
50th Wedding Anniversary Gold Cake Danville Kentucky June 10, 2012
This gorgeous 50th wedding anniversary cake was created by using gum paste to create the rose and the additional petals that adorn the second tier. They were then hand painted in a gold shimmer dust. The cake is covered in a creamy white fondant.
To order a cake, cupcakes, cheesecake, pie or to schedule a complimentary wedding consultation and tasting, please call The Twisted Sifter Cake Shoppe at (859) 238-9393.
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Green Ivory Gold Wedding Cake Ashley Inn Lancaster KY August 16, 2011
This beautiful green, ivory and gold wedding cake was created for a wedding reception held at The Ashley Inn in Lancaster, KY. The cake is 3 tiers, covered in marshmallow fondant and adorned with gumpaste, free form flowers in various shades of green, gold and ivory. The flowers are decorated with edible pearls and shimmered.
To schedule a complimentary wedding consultation and tasting, call The Twisted Sifter Cake Shoppe at 859-238-9393.
For more information, visit our website at www.TheTwistedSifter.com
Fall Leaves and Ivory Wedding Cake Shakertown Harrodsburg Kentucky October 18, 2010
To schedule a wedding consultation and tasting, call The Twisted Sifter Cake Shoppe at 859-285-0306.
This whimsical marshmallow fondant covered wedding cake with cute gold fish and bubbles was a donation to an anonomous Ephriam McDowell patient. A representative came to us and asked if we would create the wedding cake for a patient who had been in the process of planning her wedding when she was diagnosed with cancer. The staff at the hospital were able to make all of the arrangements for the wedding in just a few days. A Lasting Impression created the flowers for the ceremony.
The Cake Pull is a tradition for southern states, but it originated in Victoria England. A cake is baked with several ribbons with good luck charms. The charms can be baked into a seperate cake or into the wedding cake. The bridesmaids gather around the cake at the wedding reception and choose the end of one of the ribbons. The bridesmaid then pulls the ribbon out of the cake to receive their good luck charm. The charms represent children, travel, eternal love, marriage, prosperity, etc. The pull cake can also be a part of garden parties, bridal showers, graduations, birthdays and bachelorette parties. The charms can be the perfect gift or keepsake as they can be purchased in sterling silver and 24K gold.
The Stack Cake is said to have originated at the Beaumont Inn of Harrodsburg, Kentucky. The tradition is to have family and friends bring a thin layer of cake to the bride’s family who will then stack the layers with a spread of apple preserves, dried apples and apple butter between each layer. The Stack Cake then takes on the appearance of a stack of pancakes. The more layers there are the more popular the couple is considered.
The Twisted Sifter Cake Shoppe offers both of these cakes. To order call – 859-285-0306 or email Pam@TheTwistedSifter.com