Sometimes the simple classics are the most beautiful. Decorated with creamy white buttercream and fondant flowers, this Sweet White Floral Cake is the perfect ending to a wedding shower or bridal shower. Use your favorite cake mix or recipe to make two delicious cake layers, then add sweet fondant flowers for a simple decorative touch that is timeless and elegant. You can see this cake and many more in the How to Decorate with Fondant Shapes and Cut-Outs kit, filled with lots of tutorials, inspiration and even a few must-have tools to make your treats blossom.
Make fondant flowers. Roll fondant into 1/16 in., 1/8 in., 3/16 in. and ¼ in. balls for flowers (each flower requires five balls of the same size to form petals). Use smaller ball to form center of each flower. Make enough fondant balls to form at least 36 flowers. Store fondant in plastic bag to prevent drying.
Arrange balls of same size in flower shape, pushing together lightly to form flower. Use damp brush to adhere fondant together. Using ball tool, lightly indent center of flower. Using craft knife, make small indent in center of each ball, about 2/3 of the way to the top. Make smaller line on either side of middle line. Using damp brush, attach smaller fondant ball in center of each flower. Continue until all flowers are formed.
Bake cake. Prepare cake batter following recipe instructions. Bake and cool two cake layers. Level, fill and stack for 4 in. high cake. Ice cake smooth.
Decorate cake. Attach flowers around base of cake, about 1 in. from bottom, alternating sizes and space between flowers.