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Ribbon Rose Rendezvous Cake


A beautiful cluster pink ribbon roses showcase the focal point of this cake that?s right for so many occasions. What a beautiful dessert for birthdays, Mother?s Day, wedding showers and a get together with friends. Surprise and impress your friends.
Makes: Cake serves 20.
Skill Level: Easy

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Step 1

Bake and cool 8 x 3 in. round cake. Ice smooth with spatula. Use tip 3 and white icing to pipe dots in groups of 3 randomly over top and sides of cake.

Step 2

Use tip 104 and pink icing to pipe approximately 11 Ribbon Roses. Use tip 18 to pipe a mound of white icing on center of cake and position Ribbon Roses. Use tip 352 and green icing to pipe leaves. Use tip 18 and white icing to pipe shell bottom border. Use tip 18 and white icing to pipe rosette border over shell border.

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8 x 3 in. Round Pan

8 x 3 in. Round Pan

Flower Nail

Flower Nail

Spatula

Spatula

Cake Board

Cake Board

The Shell is the most popular icing technique of all. It's the basis for many borders, fleurs de lis and more. Lift the tip only slightly when piping to avoid a bumpy look.

A variety of leaves will help give your cakes a more realistic garden feel. Add piping gel to your icing to help keep your leaves from breaking.

Pipe dots for flower centers, faces, figure piping and border effects. When making large dots, lift the tip as you squeeze to allow icing to fill out completely.

The rosette has the tight, swirling look of a rose, but is achieved in one continuous rotation, rather than with wrapped layers of petals. Single rosettes are also used as candleholders on top of a cupcake.

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Ribbon Rose Rendezvous Cake is rated 4.875 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I had never made ribbon roses before, having trained under the older curriculum. After having read the instructions online about how to make the ribbon rose, I proceeded to make this cake for a friend, who had asked me to make a cake for Mother's Day for her. The instructions were easy, and the cake turned out beautifully. If you are looking for a cake that is easy to make, decorate and impress, then look no further. I believe that simpler is more elegant, and this cake certainly lives up to that explanation!
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I did a takeoff on this cake for my final project in the Wilton Cake Decorating class that I attended. Since it was right before Thanksgiving, I used autumn colors and piped on a contrasting shell border at the base and around the top edge of the cake. I put a mound of ribbon roses on top that were tinted a really pretty autumn color with the yellow and pink gel colors (the flowers were surprisingly easy to make!), and I also piped a Happy Thanksgiving message around the top.
Date published: 2010-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A beautiful cake to create. The white contrasted well with a deep pink and a lighter green foliage. I enjoyed doing the ribbon roses. I made mine go out two more rows and added mini ribbon roses (like a rose bud) every four inches along the base of the cake to add a bit more color. It would be smart to map out where the decorative dots along the side of the cake go before starting as it can be difficult to stay level and even.
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you can get the ribbon rose down pat, this cake is a cinch! Even if your roses aren't perfect (like mine weren't!), they still look great grouped together and accented by leaves. I made this as my final cake for Wilton Course 1 using a chartreuse green icing (1 drop leaf green and a few drops of golden yellow) and purple roses, and it was beautiful.
Date published: 2012-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for my friend's engagement party and it came out STUNNING! I asked some other friends to find which one I made and they were covinced that this one was from a bakery. It was easy to make and easy to assemble, but I must have made my roses larger because I only fit 7 roses instead of 9, and it looked really great!
Date published: 2011-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for Mother's Day and my Mother in Law was super impressed. I also do not have my roses down but they still looked great on the cake once bunched together and the leaves were added. I made the roses the night before and stored them in one of the wilton storage containers. Worked out perfectly
Date published: 2015-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Once you get the Ribbon Roses down this cake is a snap. The family had this finished in two days only though, not that there wasn't enough cake ... at least for them there wasn't lol, I only managed to get a single piece ... but it was GOOD ;)
Date published: 2011-05-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I made this cake for my granddaughters birthday and it was a huge hit! After a couple of practice runs the ribbon roses were a snap. To give it a little more color I made the dots in pink also.
Date published: 2011-05-16
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