Not everyone wants a classic wedding cake - so how about this
conical macaron tower? It's fun, it's attractive, and we'll bet it
tastes good too!
The rich raspberry tones and deeper reds make a romantic blend,
which goes hand in hand with our ombré floral display.
Macaron Tower with cake base (serves 70), £750, fondant
fancies, £3.50 each, iced cookies, £2.75 each and cake stands, from
£5 each to hire, zoeclarkcakes.com; silver cake stands, from £4.75
to hire, rayners.co.uk; similar truffles, £3.50 for six,
hotelchocolat.co.uk; Grand Prix rose towers, from £420 each,
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