Joshua John Russell
Dress up your cakes with couture stylings including lace appliqués, quilted textures and edible feathers.
Humidity ruins our hair, our makeup and — you guessed it — our fondant. If you've spent much time with fondant, you know it gets hard to handle, sticky, and way too soft in balmy climates. And there's something completely cruel about wedding cake season being right in the thick of the summer, when fondant is on its worst behavior. Luckily, there are a few ways around this, so your cake decorations, figurines and fondant flowers can live on and avoid looking like a melty midsummer's mess.Set of 6 Cupcakes with Fondant DecorationsCheck these tips for working with fondant in humid climates
What happens when a cake decorator bring her sense of cultural heritage to her niece's first birthday party? Well, you find a sweet spot. At least cake decorator Leslie Vigil did.