Cake designer Zehra Khan has built a reputation for creating some of the most luxurious, ornately decorated confections in the world of weddings and special events. As the founder of Fine Cakes by Zehra, a boutique cake design studio in Canada, Zehra produces delectable grandeur that never fails to appeal to the eye, heart, and soul. Her genuine passion for luxury, edible art, and excellence is especially evident in her keen sense of style, color, detail, and cultural influences – and her cakes never fail to leave a lasting impression.
Having built a following for such alluring and intricate cake designs, Zehra has decided to host an event that has long been in high demand: an exclusive MasterClass, which will be the next step in opening her sweet world of cakes to the masses. This all-day workshop will inspire and engage attendees as Zehra personally hosts and teaches through hands-on experience.
Whether you’re at a beginner or intermediate level, hoping to open your own business or simply pursue cake decorating as a hobby, Zehra’s MasterClass welcomes anyone who wishes to spend a day exploring their creativity and learning from one of the world’s top cake artisans.
Guests will learn how to make their own cake masterpiece with the following lesson plan:
-Fundamentals of design
-Basics of flawless fondant application
-Stacking, leveling, and cake stability
-Creating details with depth of design
-Gilding and molding
-Arranging floral clusters and placement
-Fine embellishments and finishing touches
These invaluable techniques can be seen in Zehra’s “Siena” cake (pictured), inspired by the beauty and history of Siena, Italy. The cake draws likeness from the ornate Duomo di Siena, which boasts bold and intricate Gothic and Romanesque carvings. Siena also features key details of the cathedral including its marble floors, gilded architecture, and soft colors.
Zehra’s master class will take place on March 4, 2018 at Universal EventSpace in Toronto, Canada. Visit finecakesbyzehra.com for more details and to purchase your passes.