It was way heavy for me to carry it down from my apartment to the car. Thank god, it could fit into the car.. Enjoy the photos..
|Proud and Happy!!|
Here's something to share on how we construct the Taj Mahal Cake.
|1. The base. After crumbcoating, the base is covered with fondant. The size is approximately 12inch x 20inch.|
|2. This is the building. Made of 2 x 10inch cake (sandwich together). We crumbcoat it and cover it with fondant. Pretty heavy..|
|3. This is the small dome that were made for each pillar. Made of fondant.|
|4. Dowel rods were insert into the base of the cake for the building to be stacked on top.|
|5. Ensuring the quantity of rods are sufficient to hold the weight of the building|
|6. Stacking the building and arranging the dome|
|7. Making the landscape. We use sugar sprinklers, fondant and piping jelly|
|8. Pillars and dome covered with fondant and decorate with lace|
|9. Ready to be delivered|
|10. Arrived at wedding hall|
|11. Assembling the dome|
|12. Assembling the pillars|
|14. Side view|
|15. Top view|
|16. With the couple|
|17. Cut and served|
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