Cascading Bouquets and Their Cake Counterparts: A Styled Shoot

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When Jo of Floral Magic came to us with the idea of creating cascading bridal bouquets, we thought what could be lovelier than to gather a group of skilful cake artists including Crummb, Cupplets, Febspantry and Winifred Kristé Cake to show how florals can inspire cake designs to create a cohesive wedding look. The result? A sugary extravaganza co-styled with Zen of Walk Down The Aisle and captured by Brody Tan at Tamarind Hill with inspiration for brides in almost every conceivable colour.

Zen: Jo from Floral Magic and her sisters created four beautiful, cascading bridal bouquets, each with a distinct theme, which served as the basis for inspiring a group of incredibly talented bakers to craft their own interpretations of the bouquets.

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Vintage Opulence

Using the lushness of Princess Diana's bridal bouquet as the main vision, Floral Magic created an exaggerated teardrop bouquet to emphasise the opulence of the arrangement, while keeping the colour palette to vintage colours like ivory and cream with a touch of light peach.?

"For my cake design, I tried to create life-like, hand piped buttercream flowers with great attention to detail really." ~ Feby of Febspantry

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Jewel Tones


Purples, lilac and fuchsia set the mood for this pear-shaped bouquet, with foliage kept to a minimum so as to allow the main colours of the flowers to come through.?

"We both love watercolours and flowers very much. Our work revolves very much around our creative minds and vision based on the things that interest us. Like flowers, there are many tones and colours, and we use them to inspire our cake designs. So for this jewel-toned cake, we took inspiration from Stevie Auble (of @heytherecupcake_) by creating a different look and texture for each tier. We came up with 3 different elements – colour smudges, watercolour floral painting and fresh flowers – to create the whole look." ~ Sam of Cupplets

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Coral Garden

?This textured bouquet was more unconventional, allowing the freeform of the unique blooms to cascade and form the shape of the bouquet naturally.

"Keeping in mind the bright colours of a coral garden, we chose to make sugar dahlias as the main flower to represent the bright and open look, and have other bright-coloured flowers go with it. The wood grain texture of the cake incorporated a feeling of nature into the design." ~ Winifred of Winifred Kriste Cake

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Modern Elegance

The unusual combination of bold, contrasting colours of deep burgundy and white made this chic and modern bouquet stand out from typical bridal bouquets. ?

"The elegant theme exuded my signature cake style so it fitted right in with what I love to do. I went for a look that is very clean and lean, making each tier extra tall at 6 inches. Staying true to the theme, the tones of purple were matched back to the exact shade of the dark purple calla lilies used in the bouquet, and texture and dimension was created on the cake with a tier of marbling. Sugar flowers of phaelanopsis orchids with intricate detailing were hand-crafted to be the main focal point of the cake." ~ Paulin of Crummb

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{We would like to thank our dedicated team of vendors who collaborated with us on this beautiful shoot. Sharing your creativity with our community is a joy and privilege!}

 

 

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Styled shoot co-produced by The Wedding Scoop.

 

 

Vendor Information
Co-production: The Wedding Scoop
Venue: Tamarind Hill
Photography: Brody Tan Photography
Co-Styling and Flowers: Floral Magic
Co-Styling and Coordination: Walk Down The Aisle
Cakes: Febspantry, Cupplets, Winifred Kristé Cake, Crummb
Wedding Dresses and Veil: Silhouette The Atelier
Hair and Makeup: Charmaine Tok
Model: Melissa Tan


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