Sugar Veil icing. If you don't know, Sugar Veil is a type of icing, similar ot royal icing, that can be piped on parchment paper. Sugar Veil will "set", but it still remains flexible. This allows you to pipe intricate lace patterns on a flat surface and then place it on the cake. I know there's a lot you can do with Sugar Veil, but I was pleased with our first partnership!
This was also my first wedge separator cake. I used styrofoam wedges for the separators. I ran my blow torch over r the surface of the styrofoam quickly and it really helped seal the surface. I still covered them with cake foil, but that little blast of heat really helped it from shedding or pilling. I then filled them with mini roses once on site.
I used plenty of dowels to make sure everything stayed together. I had to carry it up the sometimes harrowing Lookout Mountain to the Grandview and it traveled just fine!