Daisy cakes are widely popular, due in part to the lower degree of difficulty in creating a gum paste daisy flower.
Here are a few different ideas for you to try.
Daisy Birthday Cake
|This is a 2-layer, french vanilla cake with white chocolate mousse and strawberry preserve filling. Frosted in vanilla buttercream, decorated with edible pearls and fresh cut daisies.|
|Cake decorated by Nikki Riley from Goose Creek, SC|
My Daisy Cake
|This is a 2 tier Cake with butter cream icing and white fondant, it has daisies and pink fondant ribbon accents.|
|Cake decorated by Leslie Capps from Wake Forest, NC|
Nana's 90th Birthday Cake
|This fresh flower cake is a yellow cake with raspberry filling. I used buttercream frosting with yellow coloring. I used real roses, starburst lilies and daisies for the flowers. This is my first cake and I made it for my sister-in-laws grandmother's birthday. Nana was so happy!
Tip: Using real flowers is a fast way to create a beautiful cake but you should make sure you are using flowers that are not poisonous. If you are selling cakes, you don't want to make someone sick or worse and possibly get sued. Be sure to check if your flowers are safe.
|Cake decorated by Michelle Bratcher from Bunnell, FL|
If you've decorated any daisy cakes, please submit them to our gallery.
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