Delicate little cupcakes with almond buttercream icing- if you're feeling ambitious, follow our guide to creating an edible bouquet
To make a three-tier wedding cake, all you need to do is multiply basic cake mixtures and icings, and take your time
A stunning cake that will impress everyone at your wedding. With a little practice this deliciously moist cake can easily be perfect. Don't be shy
This makes the top tier of a three tier wedding cake, or make it alone for christenings, Christmas, or whenever you need a good, lighter, fruit cake
Tier two of our three tier wedding cake, this gives a real citrus hit and the drenching of lemon syrup keeps it beautifully moist
This recipe makes the bottom layer of our three tier wedding cake or a simple delicious chocolate cake, perfect with a touch of cream
Feeling ambitious enough to take on this showstopping bake? With its decorative sponge and fruit topping, it has real wow factor
A moist cake drenched with vanilla syrup. Use as the basis for a range of fabulous celebration cakes
Jane Hornby's wedding cake is our simplest ever. And each tier is flavoured differently, so there's something for everyone...
These decorative cupcakes make the perfect centrepiece for a wedding or christening, or a lovely gift
These pretty roses can be used on cakes and cupcakes to give a romantic and sophisticated finish
This cake has all the flavours of Christmas, but won't take ages to make - you can decorate it any way you like. Ideal for a wedding cake too
For an alternative wedding cake, try croquembouche
This traditional cake has been jazzed up with lots of ginger - you'd never know it's gluten-free and dairy-free. Perfect for weddings and Christmas
A classic profiterole recipe with an added kick for coffee lovers - pile up a batch as modern wedding cake!
Frances creates her own version of the latest bridal trend - the 'naked' cake. She skips the traditional fondant icing for mascarpone seasonal berries.