Wedding cake with edible lace details to match the fabric in the bride's gown; gumpaste Ranunculus to match her bouquet.

Cake To Match The Dress

The edible lace on the bottom tier of the wedding cake was created to match the lace in the bride’s wedding gown. The Ranunculus flowers were made out of an edible sugar medium called gumpaste and matched the flowers in the bride’s bouquet.

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About Heather Longpre

Chef Heather Longpré is a graduate of the French Pastry School of Kennedy-King College in Chicago, Ill. She studied sugar art with Nicholas Lodge, Mike McCarey, Scott Green, Sebastien Canonne M.O.F., Jacquy Pfeiffer, among other very accomplished Chef-Artists. She is also a Professional Chocolatier having graduated from Ecole Chocolat in Vancouver, Canada. Heather loves to use her skills as a sugar artist to create fun and fantastic cakes and edible art that showcase chocolate, gumpaste, pastillage, fondant, poured, pulled and blown sugar sculpture. In addition to being a chef, Heather teaches baking, chocolate making, sugar art and cake decorating classes.