Traditional Malay Pulut Kuning Rice as Wedding Cake...and an additional step to Moth Orchid

Finally someone has responded to my challenge! Here's the traditional Malay pulut rice (glutinous tumeric rice) made into a wedding cake!

Its 2 tier with the top tier off-centre to enable better placing of the gumpaste flowers...2 pink peonies and 11 medium sized moth orchids.

These are individual portions moulded to look like mini cakes...together with their usual accompaniments on top.

An additional step to add to my moth orchid tutorial . Rest a flower wire on the foil to alleviate the feeler like thing at the ends of the labellum. This make it easier for dusting.

Colours used for dusting include Bumble Bee, Sunflower, Aurora and Scarlet's Velvet.


Sugarflour Roadshow and MCDC Ipoh's first gathering

A big thank you to all that has participated in the Sugarflours and MCDC Ipoh event and made it a very successful first gathering among fellow cake decorators in Ipoh, the outskirts, and from as far as Penang. Those deserving a mention here are Haslinda and Joe for manning one of the demo counters, Vivian and Lea for helping at the DIY cupcake decorating counter, our team of receptonists, the Sugarflours team for half the effort in the whole event, and lastly, Kong Choon Chuen from Photo Zone for the photos below.

Pink and white theme cake with Sugarflours lucky draw prizes.

Me at the dusting counter.

Joe...standing in for our receptionists.

Product display area.

Lisa manning the cashier.

The MCDC Ipoh tean in pink and Sugarflours team in white.


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