Rosalind Miller Cakes are jaw-droppingly beautiful wedding cakes combining contemporary design with exceptional sugarcraft skills and of course, the finest ingredients – no wonder then that their wedding cakes and dessert tables are such show stoppers.
We love the flexibility of their design process to, as you can choose or adapt a design from their wedding cake collection or work with them on a completely bespoke design. Here’s just a little inspiration from their collection to get you started on your wedding cake planning journey.
This is such an elegant wedding cake with the delicate cherry blossom tumbling down six tiers of ivory fondant cake. The gold embellishment adds a lovely metallic sheen complimenting the cake beautifully.
The Fairytale Wedding Cake
The Fairytale cake is a towering floral cake covered in handmade sugar flowers. A simply stunning cake when viewed from near or far.
The Painted Wildflowers Wedding Cake
This magnificent Painted Wallflowers cake is covered with an abundant array of classic country garden wildflowers, including sugar foxgloves, cornflowers, daisies and buttercups, together with delicate watercolour style hand painting directly onto the cake.
The Rose Ombre Wedding Cake
Now the Rose Ombre cake is absolute pink perfection. Standing a an amazing 11 tiers high, including 6 tiers with 5 separators for extra height this cake take ombre ecoration to the next level. From the most delicate ivory, all the way through to dramatic pink to burgundy with sugar roses and brushed embroidery completing the design in splendid style.
Wildflowers Penthouse Wedding Cake
The Wildflowers Penthouse cake was created for display in the Harrods Penthouse Bar. And wow, what a stunner as it combines modern elements – the bold blue stripes, with the whimsical of a timeless cottage garden, and like all Rosalind Miller cakes, the beauty is in the detail.
The Midsummer’s Night Dream Wedding Cake
The Midsummer Night’s Dream cake is overflowing with an abundance of beautiful blooms including roses, clematis, anemones, thistles and blossoms. And yet again, the detail is astonishing.
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