How gorgeous is this cake from Mark Joseph Cakes for the latest issue of Martha Stewart Weddings? I can see it in so many colors with the white rings, its so perfectly modern. The magazine isn’t even out now, so consider this little sneak peak a gift from the crew at MSW.
[image by Anna Williams/Martha Stewart Weddings Winter 2010]
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I almost forgot to mention…Bklynpillow is in the new issue of Brides Local, on newstands now! The challenge behind these looks was to create a wedding around the aesthetic of a store…mine was West Elm, but there was also Anthropologie, Sephora, and Crabtree & Evelyn. Halfway through, I discovered that my friends at Mark Joseph Cakes and Fleurs were also in on the same challenge…check out what everyone came up with in the issue! It just goes to show, you can find inspiration everywhere.
[image from Brides Local]
This Saturday I spent a crazy amount of time eating cake. Why you ask? Because I was invited to the DUMBO loft of husband and wife team Mark Joseph Cakes for a tasting! The tasting for my own wedding cake left a little to be desired, so I was excited to see how it was really done, and Mark and Leslie did not disappoint. Their cakes are amazingly moist, the fillings are absolutely delicious, and the designs are as custom as you want them to be. Everything is made from scratch by Mark himself, so you’re getting exceptional quality for a great price. I got to mix and match many of their flavors, like pound cake with strawberry mousseline and chocolate ganache, or the southern red velvet cake with cream cheese and citrus buttercream [my favorite!!] You’ll be seeing plenty of their designs in bridal magazines over the next few months, so keep an eye out for them!
[images by Brooklyn Bride]