Being a baker means that all my work for a wedding is done prior to the big day. While I get to see the cake all set up and decorated I rarely see the big picture showing a brides entire wedding as I leave after set up. But sometimes, a photographer is generous enough to send me photos or blogs allowing me a glimpse into a bride's wedding - the complete picture!
Thanks to Rebel with a Camera I was able to see Heather and Josh's wedding brought to life.
Heather and Josh were married on a warm sunny day in July at the Texas Federation of Women's Club. Their energetic personalities coupled with their love of all things UT made their choice of color scheme quite simple...orange! Adding a pop of blue to soften the bright color and they have created a gorgeous color palette for their wedding celebration! Heather chose a grand 4 tier wedding cake with a simple design. The swiss dot decoration is a timeless choice. Incorporating her blue into her cake, we wrapped each tier in a thin ribbon border. Fancy Florals provided the bright orange roses to decorate the cake. The cake topper was a handmade gift given to Heather at her bridal shower!
Josh is an avid runner! In addition to his love for Heather, he has a love for running the Austin trails. In fact, he loves running so much that he wanted to make it part of his wedding day....a tasty part! We sat together with a pen and paper and created his vision! Then, we put in on a cake! A cookie crumb running trail with a boys running shoe (new, of course!) made the perfect running scene. The Austin skyline on the side of the cake showcased the city trails where Josh spends so much time.
Thank you, Josh and Heather, for allowing me to work with you on your wedding day!
And thank you, Rebel with a Camera, for allowing me a sneak peak into their ceremony and reception to see the big picture come to life. To see Josh and Heather's wedding day visit Rebel with a Camera's Blog Post.
Kayla grew up in the wedding industry and has grown to love all things wedding. Please enjoy reading her thoughts and experiences as she continues to walk in family tradition.