French Wedding Cake

Croquembouche is often referred to as a french wedding cake. Arranged in a high cone (like a Christmas tree shape), it is made up of small cream pasteries with a glaze of caramel. You can decorate it with ribbons, cake charms or flowers to tie it in with your wedding theme.

These lovely photos were contributions by members. Click on each individual photo for information on the copyrights. This first photo was submitted by Tarnie. Doesn't it look luscious?

Silk flowers and a topper grace this lovely confectionery. The photo belongs to Heidi & Mick's photostream of their wedding on Flickr.

Delicate sugar flowers and butterflies grace this cake. The photo is by AussieGold from a brother's wedding.

This darling topper is spun sugar and the photo is by Andshewas. She says that the french word means "crunch in the mouth". I think this is awesome!

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