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Geode Wedding Cakes Are the Next Big Trend

A quick geology lesson: Geodes are those hollow rocks filled with sparkling crystals and minerals. You know, the ones used to make jewelry, decorate homes and even heal ailments (in some people’s opinions). But recently, they’re taking the wedding world (and Pinterest) by storm--specifically in cake designs using rock candy. Here, 13 geode wedding cake ideas that we’re kind of obsessed with. (Check out our Wedding Cake board for even more ideas.)

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Turquoise and Gold

Seriously. Guys. This is what we’re talking about: marbled agate-like swirls bursting from the middle of the cake (and matching complimentary rock-candy stirrers). The color is everything.

Blue, Silver and Gold

You can also go cooler with silver accents and gradients of deep-blue candy crystals to give the appearance of really gazing into cracked rock.

Rose Quartz and Agate

Lighter colors work well, too. Peach and pink swirls wrap this rose-quartz-colored geode cake, giving it movement.

Amethyst and Gold

A rich, royal purple (or deep navy) plus the shine of gold leaf makes this option a bit more formal.

Cool Gray

This almost icy-looking fondant number was inspired by the Oregon coast and is not entirely edible. (Hint: Those are real geodes and crystals on top.)

Jewelry-inspired

Go this route if you want just a few artful touches of the design but not a full rock formation.

Emerald and Gold

How can you not love the modern coolness of this Wizard of Oz-esque creation?

Fragmented Candy Rocks

Heads up: You don’t have to go full-on geode to nod to the trend. Another option would be to stud the cake with smaller sugar rocks on an ultra-smooth buttercream.

A Crystal Topper

Super elegant without being over the top, this cake has height, sparkle and dimension. The best part? The sliced agate on top is still made of candy.

Earth Tones with Accent Geodes

Not quite ready to dive headlong into the trend? Go reserved with a neutral- or deep-toned cake. Then simply top it with real decorative geodes.

Mini Geodes

Another for the faint of heart. You can literally top any cake with any geode.

Sours: https://www.purewow.com/food/geode-wedding-cakes

Red Ruby Geode Cake

Red Ruby Geode Cake

Bedazzled by this beautiful geode cake with a hidden surprise! On the outside, this lovely pink cake is encrusted with edible pink crystals and gold accents, inside, the secret unveils a soft bandung sponge with rich coconut cream and translucent crunchy red rubies.

A wonderful marriage between 2 popular local desserts – Rose Bandung and Red Ruby, this cake is an eye candy and treat to impress your friends!

About the Course

In this course, you will learn:

  • How to make bandung sponges and rose buttercream
  • How to make creamy coconut cream filling (demo)
  • How to prepare and cook red rubies from scratch (demo)
  • Different ways of colouring sugar crystals
  • Techniques on assembling geode cakes

Details:

  • Duration: 3.5 Hours
  • Type: Full Hands-on
  • Recommended age: 16 Years Old and Above
  • Equipment, ingredients and packaging will all be provided

*Students will work in PAIRS to bake the cake layers but will assemble a 6" cake INDIVIDUALLY.

Please read our Terms and Conditions before you proceed to register for the class.

  1. Duration of class might be extended instead of the stipulated timings.
  2. Cleaning/Washing will be part of the baking experience.
  3. Fees for scheduled classes must be paid fully in advance to secure your booking. Your booking is only confirmed once full payment has been received.
  4. Once your booking is confirmed, no refunds or transfers to another class will be given.
  5. Payment will be fully forfeited regardless of the unforeseen circumstances. We recommend that you arrange for someone to attend in your place. Please inform us of the person who will be attending in your place.
  6. In the event that the minimum number of participants is not met, the class will be cancelled. We will inform you via email. You can choose to either get a refund of the class fee or attend another class of the same value.

 

Sours: https://www.bakersbrew.com/class/class-schedule/cake-baking/red-ruby-geode-cake
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for 24 servings

  • 1 white cake, or cake of your choice
  • 5 lb fondant (2 ¼ kg)
  • 4 cups buttercream frosting (460 g)
  • white rum, or vodka
  • 1 tablespoon black food coloring
  • piping gel
  • rock candy, ranging from white to dark teal/blue, or colors of your preference
  1. Cover cake in smooth layers of fondant.
  2. Cut the geode shape out of the side of the cake.
  3. Spread buttercream frosting all along the inside of the cut.
  4. Mix alcohol with food coloring until it reaches the desired shade of gray.
  5. Paint a thin dark line around the edge of the cut.
  6. Apply a row of piping gel in the center of the cut.
  7. Press rock candy into the piping gel, starting with the darkest shade.
  8. Continue laying out rows of piping gel and pressing in the rock candy, applying lighter colors and smaller pieces as you move farther out toward the edge of the cut.
  9. Enjoy!

for 24 servings

  • 1 white cake, or cake of your choice
  • 5 lb fondant (2 ¼ kg)
  • 4 cups buttercream frosting (460 g)
  • white rum, or vodka
  • 1 tablespoon black food coloring
  • piping gel
  • rock candy, ranging from white to dark teal/blue, or colors of your preference
  1. Cover cake in smooth layers of fondant.
  2. Cut the geode shape out of the side of the cake.
  3. Spread buttercream frosting all along the inside of the cut.
  4. Mix alcohol with food coloring until it reaches the desired shade of gray.
  5. Paint a thin dark line around the edge of the cut.
  6. Apply a row of piping gel in the center of the cut.
  7. Press rock candy into the piping gel, starting with the darkest shade.
  8. Continue laying out rows of piping gel and pressing in the rock candy, applying lighter colors and smaller pieces as you move farther out toward the edge of the cut.
  9. Enjoy!
Sours: https://tasty.co/recipe/geode-cake
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Crystal or geode cakes have been trending for a while now so with a little Valentine inspiration we have added our own twist on the trend to create this romantic crystal and floral heart cake. For wedding, anniversary and other celebration cakes, you can always change the colour of the cake covering and decoration to suit the theme of the occasion.

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Step 1.  Covering The Cake.

To create a lovely deep 6″ cake, use 750g of Sattina Golden Delight cake mix baked in two 6″ tins then sandwich together with Sattina vanilla frosting on a 10″ round white cake board. Cover in Sattina True Red sugarpaste using a cake smoother to achieve a perfectly smooth finish and wrap a 7mm red satin ribbon around the base of the cake.

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Step 2.  Marking Out The Heart.

Make a heart template from card and carefully position it on the front of the cake and use a scriber tool or cocktail stick to mark out the heart on the icing. It helps to bend the cardboard a little where it will sit over the side of the cake.

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Step 3.  Carving The Heart.

Use a small sharp knife to carve the heart into the front of the cake. It doesn’t have to be perfect and looks effective if you take the bottom point to one side a little – take your time as you can always cut away more cake but it’s not very easy to attach it back on!

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Step 4.  Painting Rose Gold.

When you are happy with the shape of the heart, spread a little frosting over the exposed cake and cover with a layer of white sugarpaste. The easiest way to do this is to cut the sugarpaste heart out slightly larger than the original template, and when you have positioned the white sugarpaste on your cake, use a sharp knife or scalpel to cut away any excess white icing, overlapping the red sugarpaste. Use the tip of your finger to neaten the edge but remember it will be covered in flowers and crystals anyway! Paint the heart with some rose gold lustre dust mixed with rejuvenator spirit.

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Step 5.  Adding The Flowers.

The flowers are super quick and easy to make! Simply spritz the Karen Davies brush embroidery mould with rose gold edible glitter then press some white sugarpaste into the mould. Cut away any excess icing with a small palette knife and turn the mould over – the flower will easily pop out as the edible glitter acts as a non-stick barrier! Make enough flowers and leaves to fill the heart then attach them with edible glue.

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Step 6.  Attaching The Crystals.

Attach the white candy sugar crystals around the outside of the heart with edible glue. Candy sugar crystals often come in irregular shapes and different sizes so if they are too large, simply crush them gently with the end of a rolling pin.

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Step 7.  Finishing Gold Touch!

For the finishing touch, paint rose gold around the edge of the crystals using the same mix of rose gold dust and rejuvenator spirit. If you are feeling a little ‘arty’ mark a few cracks in the icing around the heart with the end of a paint brush and fill in with the rose gold paint!

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A stunning centrepiece for that special occasion.

Sours: https://www.cakecraftworld.co.uk/news/red-heart-geode-cake-project/

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New Geode Wedding Cake Rocks

— -- Traditional wedding cakes have been served up with serious style in recent years and the newest trend taking the internet by storm is the geode cake.

The large amethyst geode cake created by Rachael Teufel of Intricate Icings Cake Design for an event in Denver went viral in January. Teufel was asked to create a centerpiece to represent “joy,” and her inspiration came from a variety of geodes. She took that inspiration for the design of her cake and created a 3-D cavern in the cake, filling it with sugar crystals.

"I knew I wanted to create a show-stopping cake and use the geode as the focal point, creating an awe-inspiring visual experience for the guests," Teufel said.

The edible geode is made from a combination of granulated sugar and rock candy and then crafted with multicolored modeling chocolate, hand-painting and gold leaf. The amethyst geode cake took about 16 hands-on hours to create, in addition to hours of planning prior to making the cake.

Teufel explained that while geode cakes had previously been around, there had never "been one quite like this cake ... it shows off the depth of a real geode."

Since the cake debuted, there have been hundreds of similar cakes created, and Teufel couldn't be happier. "It's been an amazing experience for me as an artist to have the world see my cake and even more amazing to see so many other cake designers using my cake as inspiration. It's still so surreal.”

Rachael Morris of Three Tiers for Cake in North Carolina created this marbled teal geode masterpiece.

Another stunning version was created by award-winning Utah cake designer Carrie Biggers-Burnett.

Claire Marika photographed one of the extravagant gem-filled desserts by Carrie's Cakes, telling ABC News "Carrie creates masterpieces every time" and that "this geode cake is no exception. I love the soft colors, gold foil and rock candy she used to recreate the mineral textures."

Sours: https://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/geode-wedding-cake-rocks/story?id=40517869
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