The Homemade Wedding Cake

The Homemade Wedding Cake by Nancy Collins

Format: Hardcover Book , 240 Pages
ISBN: 9781743366929
Publisher: Murdoch Books
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Whilst making your own wedding cake can seem daunting, it’s actually easy when you’ve been shown the right materials and techniques. In this gorgeous and essential book, Natasha Collins reveals how a complete novice can create something stunning and inspirational for an unforgettable day.

With projects split into chapters entitled Romantic Beginnings, Putting on the Glitz, Laughing All the Way to the Alter, Home(spun) is Where the Heart Is, and Magic in the Air, Natasha’s recipes cater for all types of personalities and preferences.

Each recipe is accompanied with stunning photography and an entertaining and instructional narrative, which guides you through the whole process of choosing a design, baking the cake, embellishing it, transporting it, presenting it and serving it so the experience is as stress-free as possible.

Each project also includes a timetable indicating how long each part of the process will take as well as whether it’s easy, medium or hard, and gives a schedule for when the cake should best be decorated and set up in relation to when it is going to be eaten.

Packed full of gorgeous wedding cakes and vital advice, The Homemade Wedding Cake is the must-have cake baking and decorating manual for anybody looking to design and create something memorable for a very special day.
Natasha Collins is the owner of Nevie-Pie Cakes in Hertfordshire, England, and the author of The Painted Cake. Her high-profile clients include Selfridges & Co, for whom she created a Christmas cake range. Natasha runs her own cake-painting classes in the UK and internationally. She has had her cookies featured on This Morning and The Jonathan Ross Show and her recipes have been featured in magazines such as Woman’s Weekly, Woman’s Own, Brides, Perfect Wedding and Wedding.
Format: Hardcover Book , 240 Pages
ISBN: 9781743366929
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