Hydrangea Cake

I am busy today putting together some great summer table setting ideas for Cottages & Bungalows Magazine. My own Megan is in the kitchen baking up a storm {she is talented in baking in ways her mother, myself, is definitely not!}

Sort of as an inspiration break, I found a Amanda’s blog via via. LOVE! Have you ever seen a cake this beautiful? Inspired by a painting her grandmother painted, gotta love that, too.  It’s a piece of art. It speaks of SPRING!  Perfect for Easter.  If you want to make your own, she has a full tutorial here.  Most amazing to me, Amanda made this right before giving birth to a beautiful baby boy. A talented, has-lots-of-energy Mom!  Thanks so much, Amanda, for sharing your talent with all of us.


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14 thoughts on “Hydrangea Cake”

    1. Miss Janice, they are mine too! Our hydrangeas in the garden are just starting to bloom, can’t wait to see all of them again. Happy Spring!

  1. Hi Lidy,

    Wow, this cake is amazing. I can grow hydrangeas more successfully than I can bake! I’ll have to show this to my friend that is a master baker.


  2. Denise

    Oh my……. I used to do cake decorating…. but never anything like that…… Beautiful

  3. I am going to steal your ideal and have this cake made by my local bakery for a Easter Brunch I am going to have at My Old Historic House. Please drop by some time for a visit. Thanks, Richard

    1. Richard, it’s gorgeous, isn’t it?? It’s not my idea though…wish that it was. Amanda is the genius behind this lovely cake. Be sure to visit her cake blog,
      she has stunning ideas.

  4. How absolutely gorgeous, and it would be so perfect for Easter. I will look at the tutorial and maybe even try my hand at it. Thanks for the great idea!

  5. That Hydrangea cake is simply gorgeous! It is almost too beautiful to eat. Truly a work of art. You have such a lovely blog to visit too, I’ll be back.

    1. good thing there isn’t! I’ve been looking at lots of recipes on blogs lately, Laura!

  6. Most beautiful cake I have ever seen! I’m going to save this idea for a wedding cake, if either of my kids ever get married!

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