Highlights from the Moroccan wedding cake tutorial.
1. Explaining the design
Paul starts with his 3 tiers of cake all panelled and ready to go. Each tier has three layers of cake. For details on how to get to this point see the lesson links below.
Paul the shows how to texturise the middle tier and cover the board.
Panelling a cake from Lessons 10 & 11 from the Magnolia Cube course
Stacking and covering double or triple tier cakes is covered in Paul’s course Covering a double barrelled cake
2. Creating the bottom tier design
Time to get the ruler and paint brushes out. Paul first measures then paints in the design using a range of complimentary colours and patterns.
3. Framing the feature
Using simple techniques Paul then frames the painted areas which really brings the colour out. It also allows you to straighten up any wayward lines.
4. Making the medallion flower
Paul then moves onto the main decoration for the bottom tier. He creates and then paints this beautiful medallion flower which really brings out the colours in the background.
5. Painting the middle tier
Using a range of colours, Paul now adds some decorative brush strokes to bring out the pattern on the middle tier.
6. Painting the top tier
You can use your own artistic flare here or follow Paul as he goes for a simple drop down of golds and bronze colours.
7. Making the flower
In this lesson, Paul makes a simple, but effective, wafer paper flower. This really brings the design to life, so just goes to show that it doesn’t have to be difficult to look good!
8. Finishing touches
This is where the flower and medallion flower get added and this stunning design is now complete.
9. Other ideas
Other ideas for a design like this
10. Pro lesson
Everything a professional cake decorator needs to know about this design including pricing, overheads etc
Learn how to make a Moroccan Wedding Cake
Learn how to make a Moroccan wedding cake with Paul Bradford. This Moroccan inspired design is sure to dazzle! Lots of intricate patterns and desert colours make this wedding cake a truly unique creation for any wedding.
In the following tutorial you will learn how to:
- A variety of different painting techniques
- Make wafer flowers
- Mix colours to create different tones
- and much, much more
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Cake (Paul uses dummy)
- 8” square x3
- 6” square x2
- 4” square x3
- 12″ round
- 2.3 Kg dark
- 1.2Kg white – Massa Ticino
- 750g red – Massa Ticino
- 750g yellow – Massa Ticino
- 185g brown – Massa Ticino
- Radiant gold – Sugarflair
- Antique gold – Sugarflair
- Bronze splendor – Sugarflair
- Primrose – Sugarflair
- Pure gold – Sugarflair
- Chocolate brown – Sugarflair
- Black magic – Rainbow dusts
- Rust – Rainbow dusts
- 15mm black ribbon
- Glue stick
- 22g wires
- White florist tape
- Barco quick dry paint
- Small Sharp knife
- Palette knife
- Serrated knife
- Selection of small, medium and large
- PME tools set
- Acetate smoothers
- Cake smoothers
- Metal ruler
- Petal cutter 2.5”
- Wild Meadow – Karen Davies
- Buttercream flowers – Karen Davies
- Long dog fur – Marvellous moulds
- Ribbon cutter
- Wire cutters