You know it’s going to be a good day when the talented Jacqueline Butler of Petalsweet stops by! Jacqueline is an award-winning sugar artist, well known and loved for her meticulous sugar flowers. We were honored to have Jacqueline join us last winter with this sugar flower tutorial. And we’re absolutely thrilled to have her back again today. This time she’s enchanting us with her incredible spring flowers! With soft whites and shades of green, this arrangement is sophisticated, fresh and just down right gorgeous. While Jacqueline’s technique is nothing less than awe inspiring. And as if the stunning eye candy wasn’t enough, Jaqueline’s inviting us in to her lush world of sugar flowers. Now, that’s exactly how I want to spend my Friday! Swooning over gorgeous sugar ranunculus and taking a peek into Jacqueline’s creation process. Care to join us?
Jacqueline Butler of Petalsweet gives us the scoop on her lovely sugar flowers:
“Of course I absolutely love this time of year because of all of the spring flowers…and the green and white color palette is just so fresh, I find I’m drawn to it over and over again. Sometimes I’ll add another spot of color, but I think the green and white is a great combination of clean and simple, as well as modern and sophisticated. There are no additional details on the cake (other than the grosgrain ribbon) to allow the flowers to truly be the main focus. The ranunculus continues to be a favorite flower with my clients and students, and I really love them with the white petals surrounding the pop of green in the center. I like to create full and lush looking arrangements even if they are on a small cake, so I’m also using my signature hydrangea and filler flowers along with small buds and some glossy leaves to fill around the main flowers. Happy Spring!”
Simply. Utterly. Breathtaking. Not in my wildest dreams could I imagine sugar flowers more beautiful than these. Or a better way to wrap up another inspiring week!
A special thank you to Jacqueline Butler of Petalsweet for joining us today! If you love this gorgeous arrangement and want to learn Jacqueline’s techniques, be sure to check out her online classes at the new Cake Masters site!
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Cake & Photography : Petalsweet