How to Decorate a Cake with a Lace Effect

Our good friend Juliet Sear is an expert when it comes to cake decorating. Here she shows us how to create a lace effect on a cake by hand. If you're planning on decorating your own wedding cake, you could even match up the lace if you have any on your dress. 

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