There's a sparkly new trend in cakes, and I think you're going to like it:
(By Cakey Jane's in Buckinghamshire, UK)
Ahhh, pretty as a new penny - I'm always a sucker for shiny copper.
The trick seems to be combining just the right amount of sequin bling:
(By Patisserie V Marie in Ontario)
Look how the gold sets off the rest of the cake - it really does seem to sparkle!
I like the peek-a-boo effect of this one:
(By The Fondant Flinger in Washington state)
Plus you can see why so many sequin cakes are gold and pink; this color combination is heaven together.
(By Juniper Cakery in Yorkshire, England)
So dreamy with those soft ruffles!
I'm falling hard for this cobalt blue number:
(By Shannon Bond Cake Design in Kansas)
Look how the sequins drift up the cake, like they're floating!
And this metallic bronze, omigoodness:
(By Kara's Couture Cakes, full tutorial at the link!)
This one amps up the drama with velvety black and the shiniest gold leaf:
(By Karen's Kakes in Texas)
Which reminds me: how about some black sequins?
(By Eileen Fry Cakes in California)
So classic with the red roses!
Here comes another in copper, set off with a single magnolia on top:
(By Cakes Rock! in Austin, Texas)
And a whimsical little keyhole design worthy of Tim Burton:
(By Delice in Bulgaria)
I think this might be my favorite!
Ahh, but I haven't shown you any silver sequins yet, have I? So here's the grandest vintage beauty - like a 1920s flapper dress reborn in sugar:
(By Cake Heart Custom Cakes in Manitoba)
It's so beautiful.
Hope you guys enjoyed! Happy Sunday!
And from my other blog, Epbot: