I recently stumbled across a muster of peacock cakes that were too beautiful not to share with the world. I also learned that there are a lot of interesting words that mean 'a lot.' Lets explore both, shall we?
This peafowl has quite the colony of tail feathers:
This cluster of tail feathers is much more classical:
I really love the bushel of...uh...talent on display here:
And the peacock is white chocolate! Mmmmmm... peacock.
The parcel of hand-drawn lines on this modern design is so intricate:
This wedding cake doesn't have the skein of feathers that the other cakes do...
...but I love the sparing use of peacock detail.
The plethora of mosaic tiles here really sets this bird apart...
This trio of cakes showcases some stunning Mehndi designs:
I'm totally in love with this wedding cake:
And finally, just wait until you see the coterie of tiers this next cake has to offer:
That's a blown-sugar peacock on top. Let's take a closer look:
So frilly and delicate, it's more beautiful than a kaleidoscope of butterflies. (Yes, that's really what you call a group of butterflies. Awesome, right?)
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