Fab Cake Friday: The Pastry Studio

It’s Friday again!  My favorite thing about Friday is featuring an edible work of art from a talented cake designer.  I could look and search through cake designs for hours!  A few weeks ago I got a quick note on our Facebook Page from The Pastry Studio. I was familiar with The Pastry Studio from years ago but hadn’t checked out their site in awhile. I was so excited to see that their work is just as fabulous as ever!  So today I thought we’d feature one of their most recent creations. This Black and Teal Wedding Cake is all about love.  Literally – it says LOVE!  I love it and think you will too…
Teal & Black Wedding Cake by The Pastry Studio

What I love most about this little creation is the ‘Love’ plaque.  It adds a small touch of damask without over doing it.  And the small dots on the lettering add an unexpected whimsical twist.   This design would be perfect for a small wedding, a bridal shower or even a Valentine’s Day party.  The black, white and teal color combination is very hot right now and this design does a great job of utilizing that color scheme.  Finish it off with small touches of black scroll work and a white sugar flower.  Love, love, love!

Special thanks to The Pastry Studio for reaching out to us! We love your designs and know the readers of Half Baked will as well!  You can see more fabulous cake creations by The Pastry Studio on their website and blog.

Happy Friday everyone!

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.

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