White on White Frills

We have fabulous frills for your Friday cake love.  We’re always a fan of ruffle cakes and today’s feature is a beautiful example of this spectacular style of cake.  Delicate wisps of fondant, so thin they’re almost translucent.  Gracefully encircling the cake in rows upon rows of beauty.  Proving that a monochromatic design can be full of detail, creating a cake that is a complete show stopper!  Incredible white-on-white texture, inspired by the new Vera Wang Bridal Collection, has us gushing over this down-right gorgeous creation.  It comes to us from Sharida Moore of Artisan Cakes of Atlanta and is definitely a must see!

White on White Frills  |  by Artisan Cakes of Atlanta  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Sharida Moore of Artisan Cakes of Atlanta gives us the scoop on her design:

“This wedding cake was inspired by The Vera Wang Fall 2013 Bridal Collection.  We wanted keep the cake very clean and ethereal, yet embody the look of haute couture.  The frill give it a graceful feel, and the white roses speak to the both the traditional and minimalist bride.”

White on White Frills  |  by Artisan Cakes of Atlanta  |  TheCakeBlog.com

White on White Frills  |  by Artisan Cakes of Atlanta  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Completely, utterly in love with this cake!  It’s sheer elegance from the bottom frill to the very top rose petal.  A special thank you to Sharida Moore of Artisan Cakes of Atlanta for sharing her stunning creation with us.  Happy Friday everyone!

VENDORS & CREDITS
Cake :  Artisan Cakes of Atlanta
Photography : Sharida Moore of Artisan Cakes of Atlanta

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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