Brides Magazine asked us to re-create a little history…
This was a very exciting project for us. The editors of Brides magazine came to us in February and asked us to recreate a specific cake for them. The cake that they asked for was the wedding cake of Princess Victoria of England and Frederick William of Prussia from 1858. There are no photographs of this cake, but only a sketch. WE jumped at the chance to be able to recreate this intricate work of art that was inspired by the St. Bride’s church in London.
15 thoughts on “Brides Magazine asked us to re-create a little history…”
Took my breath away! Stunning!
Absolutely gorgeous in every way! Thanks for sharing the inspiration and process.
OH MY GOD that’s an incredible cake. bravo RBI!
Over-the-top glorious! What an amazing tribute. Loved seeing some of the process.
Absolutely unbelievable, it is spectacular!
Thank You so much for sharing so many details about your work, these posts are like mini classes giving so much inspiration! As always, Ron and his team rocks!!!!
It’s absolutly amazing. Congrats to you all!!!
My favorite cake of all time! This should have been the cake for William & Kate’s wedding. I absolutely love it. Perfection!
Mr. Ron, you are the best, your work and your team are unbelivable….congratulations for your artistic details. God bless you all. Kisses from us in Brazil. Come to visit us soon, Rio de Janeiro is a wonderful place to be. Lina Lucena Vasconcelos
Too good to eat! I am very proud that my baby girl works with such a talented cadre of professionals!
Gorgeous cake – great job everyone!
wow! a lot of work!
Reblogged this on Cake Arcade and commented:
“Dieu et mon droit” and not “Dieu et mon doit” The “R” is missing.
Amazing job nevertheless.
There is indeed a photograph of the original cake. It may be viewed on the Royal Collection’s site. http://www.royalcollection.org.uk/collection/2905602/hrh-princess-royals-wedding-cake-28-january-1858