Monday, 13 August 2012

Woodland Wonderland Tree Stump Wedding Cake

Well, the cake was finally finished and the Bride and Groom loved it, phew!

The finishing touches really made the cake, ivy leaves, toadstools and a few cheeky ladybirds.

I carved a small heart in the cake with the bride and groom's initials in it and another with the date of the wedding.

The kids helped make the leaves and they both made a caterpillar who they declared were Uncle Aidan and Sandra so they had to be kissing:)

The cake was really fun to decorate, I loved adding all the wee details, but, I was a little worried about the cakes being cooked in the middle, gluten free fruit cakes are very moist so hard to tell when cooked. All was well though and the cake was enjoyed by all, another phew!

Next up is a pink cake with a pink car on the top for little e's birthday....


  1. Oh my heck, how cute is that! I am so impressed at the detail in it. That must've taken forever! Nice work :) New follower here. Yay for being blog friends!!

  2. How pretty! That looks amazing! Love the little detail of their names carved in it too.

  3. That is super-duper! Love the little caterpillars kissing - such a sweet touch! I am attempting to decorate a cake for my daughter's party on Saturday! Don't trust my baking skills, but I should be ok with ready to roll icing - I hope! Can't wait to see the pink cake :)

    Hugs, Estelle xx

  4. Wow! Your cake is amazing. I love the the personal touches. I look forward to seeing the pink cake.

  5. Awesome cake Alison! So much incredible detail! How could the bride and groom not love it! especially with those smooching caterpillars!! :)

  6. Just browsing through the round tuit links and I'm back!!

    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success

  7. Wow, your cake looks amazing! I love all the attention to detail. Beautiful work!

    Kelly @ Our Everyday Harvest

  8. SO cute! I'll be featuring you Thursday!

  9. Adorable! I love all the details. What a fun wedding cake. Thanks for sharing on Whatcha Whipped Up.