Saint Patrick's Day is coming, but it's a rare treat to find a cake as elegant as this Claddagh design for the holiday:
Who needs flowers with clovers this sweet?
So rather than featuring all Leprechauns and pots of gold, today I'm also mixing in some gorgeous wedding cakes in one of my favorite colors:
(By Sweet Sugar Treats)
There's something so cheerful about bright emerald green, am I right?
Just like soft mossy greens make you feel at least 80% less stabby:
Srsly, next time you're stuck in traffic, think about this cake. It'll totally help.
Now combine those two greens, and throw in some teensy pink roses...
That piping is blowing my mind. Perfect swags *and* brush embroidery!
This oh-so-subtle St. Patrick's design has the most incredible tiered tree on top:
(By Bobbette and Belle)
You've probably spotted the pot of gold, but what about the tiny Leprechaun?
(Took me a minute!)
I heard a delicious rumor that this pot of gold is filled with a layer of cheesecake:
(By Topsy Turvy)
[repeated attempts to lick the screen]
You know, I'd never have thought this color combo would work, but WOW does it:
(By The Cake Tress)
And since orange is my favorite favorite color, of COURSE I'm feeling this next one:
(By Jim Smeal)
Look closely; those lines are all hand-piped!
There's a new trend of making cakes as beautiful inside as they are out, and lemme tell ya:
(By Make Fabulous Cakes)
In fact, since you really can't have a St. Patrick's Day celebration without at least ONE rainbow...
(By Rosie Cake Diva)
...here's a cake with ALL the rainbows. [squee!]
In fact, you can keep your pot o' gold, Mr. Leprechaun; I'll just take this cake.
Happy Sunday, everyone!