Ombre Exploded Flower Wedding Cake

This cake had a large exploded/expanded rose on it, with an ombre tint to the petals. I liked this one since it was a little different from the usual one-color flower.

To do this, start with the center since it will be the darkest color, then go to the outside petals and do the lightest ones first. Work your way in to match the dark color in the middle. If you start at the middle and go out you might not end up with enough of the lightest petals unless you plan really carefully. This way you can always make some darker if needed, but you'll definitely end up with enough of the lighter ones.

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