Hold the Fondant!


Let’s be honest, some people do not like frosting or fondant. What is fondant? It’s the frosting that looks stunning perfect for hours,  and from one who has seen a fake cake covered in fondant last for years you start to wonder what that stuff is made out of.  Ice cream cakes are not usually practical, you want your cake displayed and ice cream melts so does buttercream frosting, which aside from fondant is often used. Drum roll please… we have a solution! And a fabulous solution at that! Above is a gorgeous cake which to me is stunningly appealing, in my opinion I would say this is a “sexy cake”. But what does cake taste like without frosting all over it? Not to worry, the cream colored layers and the carmel drizzle will compliment the moist cake wonderfully. If you have a caterer, have them drizzle more carmel over each slice as it is being served.. or if you are more of a do-it-yourself bride, have classy white bowls with different chocolate or carmel sauces for your guests to add to their slice of cake.


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About Sierra Smart

I've worked alongside one of the top ten event planners in LA, I've planned my own beautiful and successful events and now I work for a fabulous resort in the wedding and corporate events department. You could say I started my career as a teenager working in catering for social events. I quickly climbed the ladder and found myself intrigued with the event planning industry. I then decided to take a chance on Hollywood. I assisted and planned many successful events in tinsel town including non-profit, celebrity, and many special events. I went back to school as SDSU to further my education in this field. I now take pride in sharing the ideas and fascinating finds that I come across in this industry via blogging!
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