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Peruvian Lily Wedding Cake

by Pervin Sutherland


Striking Peruvian lilies contrast with a pretty pastel green in this tiered weddding cake design.

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This striking wedding cake is a unique combination of the exotic and the traditional, with tropical flowers displayed alongside delicate miniature roses and scroll work. Pastel green is a key colour trend for weddings and works well when contrasted with the bright pink of the Peruvian lily.


  1. Peruvian Lily
    Find out how to make a realistic-looking lily using flower paste and dust food colours.
  2. Rolled Roses
    Discover a quick and easy way to make decorative roses for cake decoration.
  3. Covering the Cakes and Board
    Cover the cakes and board with sugarpaste to give a smooth, professional finish.
  4. Piping
    Learn how to add decorative piped scrolls to the cake using royal icing.
  5. Stacking the Cakes
    Dowel the cakes before stacking them to create a sturdy structure.

Occasion: Wedding
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Featured in Summer 2012 issue

Project by Pervin Sutherland

Pervin Sutherland

author of Peruvian Lily Wedding Cake

Pervin’s enthusiasm for cakes started when she was young while watching her uncle in his pâtisserie creating beautiful and delicious cakes. A few years later she moved to London and continued to make cakes for her friends and for various events. After completing cake decorating and sugarcraft qualifications with distinction at Westminster Kingsway College, she was inspired by her experience to further learn from the best-known sugar artists and pâtissiers. Following that, to gain practical experience, she worked at one of London’s top cake studios making cakes of all shapes and sizes. Her enthusiasm for the art of royal icing has won her gold and silver awards at various competitions and she is devoted to keeping the traditional technique alive. In 2011 she started her own company, Elegateau, and continues to make traditional and modern designs.