Tuesday, November 9, 2010

VERBALIZED in retrospect: The Wedding Cake of Erwin and Annalisa

Erwin and Annalisa tied the knot on June 28, 2010 at the Shore of Bora de Lantaka, Lantaka Hotel by the Sea under Christian Rights (Alliance Evangelical Church), and reception banquet followed at the roof deck of the same hotel.

Annalisa wanted her wedding cake to be beautiful and unique, so I personally designed the cake and commissioned LIMTEL Collections for the execution.

The towering 5-tierred cake I designed was inspired from the architectural characteristics of Guggenheim Musem in Bilbao and New York, and artistic receptivity that of Antoni Gaudi. The colors were personal choice of the bride – matte gold, fuschia, lilac, and lavender that was in perfect collaboration.

The Bride desired her wedding cake to be accentuated with butterflies in assortment of sizes, so she bought several artificial butteflies made of stocking at Divisoria in Manila. I further enhanced each pieces with chalk pearls in pastel, crystals, and different sequins. It became a D-I-Y job for me.

With such association, the wedding cake came out to be awesome, a piece de resistance in wedding reception.

(photos courtesy of Seed Interactive Multimedia Productions)

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