Wedding Sugar Flowers
from Ann's Sugarcraft Heaven.
Large Rubrum/Stargazer Lily make up this wonderfully fresh coloured
combination of pink whie and green with stunning deep pink marking, s shown here on 9" & 12" dummy cakes
Sugar Wedding Flowers and arrangements are individually hand made and
decorated with great attention to detail, not created by
machines, I am
based in Leeds, Yorkshire ,England.
Each arrangement can be made to order in the Blooms and Colours of your choice.
Beautiful varieties of Orchids and Lillie's, pretty Sweetpeas, Roses, Carnations, wacky bright Sunflowers, Gerberas and Daisies to name just a few.
Examples of my work can be seen here on the website.
Plain ready iced cakes can be purchased at a considerable saving from most large retail food outlets such as Marks and Spencer, they can then be transformed into something stylish and stunning with the addition of beautiful flowers.
Wedding cakes in particular can cost Hundreds of Pounds, so keep to a sensible budget without loosing Wedding Chic.
Birthdays, Christenings, Anniversary's all special occasions that need a Cake of course too.
these sugar wedding flowers are displayed on 9 " inch 23cm Top cake (cake toppers) and a 12 " 31cm bottom cake.
Please give at least One Months notice for special orders.
Please note I do not provide the cake in compliance with health and safety, only the decorations. All my examples are shown on a dummy cake.
If you would like me to add the ribbons and decorations to your cake for you at a small extra cost please feel free to contact me, this of course depends on your location and distance from Leeds.
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Ann's Sugarcraft Heaven
Meaning of the Lilly
LILY, WHITE: Purity, modesty, virginity, majesty, it's heavenly to be with you. The white lily is linked to Juno, the queen of the gods in Roman mythology, by the story that while nursing her son Hercules, some excess milk fell from the sky creating the group of stars we call the Milky Way, and lilies were created from what milk fell to the earth. The Easter lily is also known as the symbol of the Virgin Mary.