A football wedding

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Anfield wedding cake, created for a real super fan. The top tier is a scale model of Anfield`s main gate from the out side, seating for fans and a cross section view of the pitch finely detailed even down to the drainage pipes at the rear of the cake. The 2nd tier held the dressing room , individual boxed cakes, layered choc and plain sponge filled with butter cream, decorated as a tiled wall in chocolate paste holds a shirt hung up on a miniature coat hanger. Each guest had their name hand painted above the number on the shirt. Making these not just a piece of wedding cake but a very personal thank you gift. The base: Three faux iced footballs created a stand to hold up the cake, giving height to the design with out to much cake.  The hand made topper was made to keep so was crafted from modeling clay and mounted on a mirrored plate. The wedding took place at Anfield`s ground in one of the executive boxes looking on to the pitch, What a dream wedding!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greatest wedding ever!

This wedding cake designed in conjunction with a client from India (LFC superfan) who got married at Anfield football ground. the first layer was 3 faux footballs decorated in icing, 2nd layer was 20 individually gift boxed chocolate and maderia striped layer cakes decorated to look like shirts hung in the home dressing room. Each shirt was hand painted with a number and guest name on the back. Mounted on top of each cake was a decorative shield with the bride/groom`s name, date and football club`s name. The top layer was a scaled down model of the Kop at Anfields ground, with plenty of detail to keep any super fan happy including a hand piped dark chocolate “you`ll never walk alone” gate and fence. Stood at the very top is the happy couple made in non edible craft clay mounted on a mirror stand created from photos supplied by the groom.

Altogether a spetacular and a very personal cake which could not be found anywhere else!

 

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