Apples

Friday, November 23, 2012


Apples have been a symbol of love, fertility, and abundance since ancient Greek times, when the goddess of the Earth, Gaia gave her granddaughter Hera a golden apple tree as a gift at her wedding to Zeus. Wouldn't a spiced apple cake filled with caramel buttercream and drizzled with caramel, then topped with golden lady apples be dreamy for a fall wedding?

Another dreamy thing I'm excited about is A Crimson Kiss' very first reader's survey; I'd absolutely love your feedback to build a better, more beautiful Crimson Kiss, and by participating you can win a J.Crew e-gift card–perfect for your holiday shopping! 

A winner will be announced next Friday morning, November 30th; to take the survey and be entered to win, head here! Happy Black Friday, everyone!


 Confection by Betsy Thorleifson of Nine Cakes for Martha Stewart Weddings.

13 comments:

  1. Ooooh, very cool & unique cake!

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  2. Such a beautiful cake, and of course I took your survey! I follow you on everything :) Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  3. Hope you're having a beautiful weekend!

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  4. Oh my, this looks heavenly!! And what a marvellously fresh idea for a wedding cake, love it!!
    Now off to take the survey, although I can't imagine 'A Crimson Kiss' could get any better!
    Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
    xo

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  5. Good golly I love your writing and this cake looks A.mazing! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! xx

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  6. Its only 8:00am but I could totally go for this cake right now.

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  7. Just took your survey. I also follow you on pinterest

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  8. and now on twitter too. Cant believe I didnt already follow you on there!

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  9. This cake is gorgeous! I wonder how difficult it would be to try and tackle something like this for a special occasion.

    Stay in the Lines

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