We wondered why people put flowers on the top of the cake (it’s pretty and all but we think that the only thing that should ever go on top of cake is icing followed by our mouths) and now we realise it’s like placing flowers by a graveside… something is going to be killed.
It’s like mourning the loss of the cake before it happens.
This buxom bit of sponge and icing magic deserves the Hannibal Lecter treatment but minus the fava beans – they make us gassy.
How. We. Love.
Cake worth killing for via Elizabeth Anne Designs the Photographic glory goes to: Kina Wicks
The Place: Malmaison
Top to bottom: Malmaison Manchester, Malmaison London, Ruth & Adam by Chasing Moments via Rock My Wedding, Jenni & Tim via Valour and Felicity Photography
Normally the phrase crowning glory relates to hair, but we are talking about cake. It is all ornate and regal looking… isn’t it? and this bundle of morsel awesomeness is multi layered multi faceted baking magic that cannot be denied.
How lovely is this by Frosted Art Bakery! We bet is as delicious as it looks!
The Place: Sketch London