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Sylvia Weinstock is the grande dame of cake design, one of the first to use imaginative forms for wedding cakesintroducing butterflies and bees, for example, to brides who had previously known only flowers. Her 25-year-old company, located in New York City, has created cakes for the Clinton White House as well as numerous celebrity weddings. Weinstock’s cakes have been featured in publications ranging from Modern Bride to the New York Times. She lives in Manhattan.
I knew her book was a showcase of sorts of the cakes and sugarflowers. I am using it as a means to sell my brides the art of sugar flower and possibilities of using them on their... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great product. Would buy. I am really satisfied. I really enjoyed it. It is worth its price. I loved it.Published 12 months ago by alfonso rico
Her cakes are a work of art - and they taste good too. I am so amazed at the life-like flowers and bouquets - too pretty to eat.Published 12 months ago by Joyce Branche
Nice photo album, but I expected more like how to guide. May work good for generating your own ambitious ideas.Published 14 months ago by veronika
Need to be advanced not so much for the novice. But really pretty cakes. Starts you thinking of what you can doPublished 15 months ago by Fran Phillips
This book was a gift for the cake baker in my family. When they run out of ideas this type of book offers inspiration for them.Published 17 months ago by M
I went to see her at Tribeca. She is amazing, this book is not about how to make sugar flour, but about her amazing cakes.Published 17 months ago by Hnetao
Don't bother with this book unless you're a fan of looking at Sylvia Weinstock's flower encrusted cakes. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Serrena Jacobs
I bought this book hoping to get a little insight on how to make these beautiful flowers and was so disappointed!! You are really only buying a picture book. Read morePublished on November 12, 2012 by L. Clark