Wilton Cake Decorating Course – Final Week

I had the final class of my Wilton Cake Decorating course on Monday night, not sure what I’ll do with myself now it’s all finished! We spent the first half of the class learning how to pipe writing and ribbon roses. Piping writing is still tricky, it’s hard to keep it looking neat but it really helps if you have a thin consistency of buttercream to work with. I found that my buttercream wasn’t thin enough, so midway through a letter, the buttercream would break off, so some of my words ended up a bit lumpy when I tried to join them back together. Continue reading “Wilton Cake Decorating Course – Final Week”

Wilton Cake Decorating Course – Week 2

Last night I went to the 2nd class of the Wilton Cake Decorating course and learnt more about piping techniques – bag positioning and pressure control. It was interesting and I realised, the buttercream comes out much neater and more uniform if you pipe faster. If you take your time, the buttercream tends to break off and you end up with uneven lines. Continue reading “Wilton Cake Decorating Course – Week 2”

Wilton Cake Decorating Course

I started my 4 week Wilton Decorating Basics course yesterday, at Castlethorpe in Milton Keynes – the company I am doing the course through offer a lot of other classes, so if you’re interested in a one day cupcake decorating course or any others, visit their website to find out more. Continue reading “Wilton Cake Decorating Course”