I’m a bit ruffle obsessed. That’s for certain. Add a little bit of light pink in the shape of a ruffly flower and I am dead from sheer girly indulgence.
Okay, so I know ruffles are NOT for everyone. I learned this the hard way when in Second Grade I wore a Ruffly Pink Flower Girl Dress to school just about every other day for three months. My mother “sent it away to be dry-cleaned” for about six weeks…ahem. By the time it came back it was the dead of winter and even my love for ruffles could not conquer my cold knees. True story, I wore it for my 2nd grade class picture…I should find it and scan it on here so you’ll believe me.
This cake is all the girly goodness that my Pink Ruffle Dress once was. A three tiered stacked round cake covered in flawless white fondant and adorned with row after row of fondant ruffles. The time and the precision this bad boy must have taken are unimaginable
by myself. Then the cake is topped off with two light pink fondant flowers made with the same ruffle technique. It’s gorgeous, girly, and a work of art!
Sidenote, I absolutely hate when I cannot find who made a particular cake. I found this one via Pinterest and loved it so much I had to feature it. I could only trace back the cake to this blog. To me cakes are works of art and every artist deserves credit. If you know who made this cake, shoot us a comment so we can give them credit where credit is definitely due!