I'm currently not taking cake orders. This cake was ordered long before I found out I was pregnant. :O) Just sharing this latest project for viewing. Thanks for viewing!!
Chee Hoa and
Meredith met each other while doing the Marine Engineering Course in Singapore
Poly. They wanted their wedding cake to reflect this special time of their
lives with a boat of some sort on their wedding cake.
As such, their cake is based on a children’s
Sunday school song which goes:
With Christ in the vessel, we can smile at the storm,
As we go sailing home.
Yes, we all do face storms in our lives but with Jesus, Christians are assured of getting through the storms with His help and Guidance! :O)
But I didn't want to depict Jesus so, the boat in which the Bride and Groom topper was carried in was meant to represent Him. :O)
The unusual topper: boat and the Bride and Groom, was made by my partner in crime, Carol. It's Sculpey: a polymer clay that hardens when baked, so it lasts and lasts and serves as a keepsake for the couple years and years after their wedding.
As you can see, the top two tiers, the sea, were tilted cakes and the bottom tier was the sea bed, covered in "sand". (See the Video at the end of this post!)
The sea creatures was made of fondant by me and edible.
I had so much fun making them!
The purple Octopus...
The Jelly Fish. And here you can see the waves of the sea, made of royal icing.
The easy peasy school of fish which kinda look like chicken drumlets or tiny footprints.
This is my son's contribution!
My favorite has got to be the crabs! I love the eyes I put on the end of toothpicks. :)))
Handcrafted by Carol out of Sculpey. The figurines are dressed in the actual gown and suit that the couple wore on their big day!
Me, the big pregnant one and Carol with the latest masterpiece. :O)