Join NOW to access 1229 courses Watch Now Join Free For 7 Days Already a member? Login Bride and groom with Paul Bradford Skill level: Intermediate HD Lessons: 10 Lesson Details Now Playing 10:37 1. Creating the shape In this lesson, Paul begins to create the models starting with the bride’s dress created using carved sugarpaste and textured sugarpaste strips to create a ruffle effect. Tip: Use tylose powder to make a strong figure. For the full tutorial see the Bride and Groom cake Now Playing 17:22 2. Making the upper body In this lesson Paul shows us how to make the arms, the torso and a belt to hide the division between the upper and lower body. Now Playing 13:11 3. Bride's head The face, eyes, eye brows and smiling mouth of the bride are created in this lesson. Tip: Make nice big eyes as it’s the most important thing for a cartoon style. Now Playing 03:51 4. Bride's hair part 1 Start by making ears for the bride model which will help to get the correct alignment of the hair. Paul then creates curled hair for the model using intertwined and tapered brown sugarpaste pieces. Tip: Try to match the colour of the actual bride’s hair. Now Playing 08:16 5. Bride's hair part 2 In this lesson, Paul attaches the hair to the model and shows us how to create the fringe. Now Playing 04:54 6. Tiara and dusting Paul shows us how to make a lovely tiara and how to put a little colour over the mouth and the chest to get a more realistic tone over the figure. Tip: You can use diamantes for the tiara but remember, they’re not edible! Now Playing 22:52 7. Starting the groom Paul creates the groom figure over the next few lessons by first creating the body, legs, jacket, shoes and even a bow tie. You may find searching for groom pictures on the internet will help as a reference point when creating the jacket. Don’t forget to get the bride and grooms relative height correct as if it’s wrong, it may cause some issues on their big day! Now Playing 25:28 8. Adding the arms and jacket We continue to make the groom and show you how to make the arms and jacket detail. Following this, Paul creates the grooms face and facial detail. Tip: Leave the pieces out to dry overnight to strengthen them. Now Playing 12:19 9. Groom's hair The groom’s hair is created in a lighter coloured sugarpaste (remember to try and match this with the actual grooms hair colour) Paul uses tapered sugarpaste sausages to create the hair style using a similar method to the bride’s hair. Paul also attaches a flower to the groom’s jacket which adds a nice touch. Tip: You can also use a garlic press for the hair strands, it’s quicker but doesn’t look as nice as the handmade approach. Now Playing 04:53 10. Finishing touches In this final lesson, Paul shows us how to place the models on to the cake and adds a beautiful ribbon bow to finish – and we’re all done! The Tutor Paul Bradford Paul Bradford´s mission is to ‘Empower people to achieve their cake decorating dreams’ by providing a range of cake decorating courses and online tutorials through their website, which currently teaches 195,000+ students.