Sugar Lattice Gazebo

Sugar Lattice Gazebo

$150 - $180

In this tutorial, Serdar will show you a special technique to make a gazebo with lattice walls.

This is the second gazebo that Serdar is making a tutorial for and probably won’t be the last as gazebos can be made and used in so many different ways. In this tutorial, Serdar will show you a special technique to make a gazebo with lattice walls. Gazebos are really useful objects to decorate wedding cakes and other romantic designs. Especially when further complemented with little birds, flowers or butterflies.

Downloadable Course Material

If you would like to approximately match the size of the artwork in the tutorial, print the downloadable files at 100% size. If you require your artwork to be smaller or larger, just adjust the print size accordingly.
Sugar Lattice Gazebo Course Material
This PDF document contains actual size colour coded templates for all the seperate elements of the gazebo.

Tools & Materials
Preparing the Levels
Preparing the Roof
Preparing the Posts
Preparing the Curly Decorations
Making the Lattice Walls
Adding Window Frames
Assembling the Roof
Assembling the Walls
Adding the Posts
Adding the Roof
Final Thoughts
Total Duration

While not everything on this list is absolutely required, these are the things used in this tutorial video. Of course you are welcome to find alternative ways of doing things and we would love to hear if you've discovered an easier method or better tool to achieve good results. Please note that some items may be listed as sets, and it is usually recommended to have full sets, it may not be neccessary. In most cases, only one item from a set is actually used in the tutorial. Please watch the tutorial before purchasing any items to make sure you are not buying anything you don't need.
Tools & Materials
Rolling Pins Shop Online
Preferably with no scratches or dents.
Ribbed Rolling Pin Shop Online
Powder Shaker Shop Online
Preferably with small holes.
Oil Cooking Spray Shop Online
Colour should be as light as possible to prevent discolouration in the fondant or pastillage.
Baking Margarine
Hand Towels
Ensure fibers are not loose.
Flexible Metal Scraper
Pair of Scissors
Needle or Pin
Serdar often uses a needle or a pin to remove air bubbles from underneath the fondant when coating a cake. They can also be used to pick up very small objects when decorating.
Perfection Strips Shop Online
4mm (or 5mm, then rolled slightly thinner)
Used to roll dough (fondant, pastillage etc.) to an even thickness.
Marzipan Knife Shop Online
Basic Stationary
Pencil, eraser, ruler, sharpener etc.
Heart Shaped Cutter
17mm and 30mm
Set of Knives Shop Online
Craft Knife Shop Online
Thin Wood Chopping Board
(Or Cutting Mat)
Water Spray Bottle
Cellophane Shop Online
Plastic Sleeves
Modified (please watch tutorial for more info)
Recipes & Ingredients


A thick sugar paste, similar to gum paste, that can be molded into different shapes and forms. When dried, it is hard and brittle. Unlike gum paste, pastillage dries much quicker and stronger. Made with gelatine, water...[read more]

Royal icing is a hard white icing, made from egg white and icing sugar (mix or pure). A little addition of an acidic substance like lemon juice, citric acid or cream of tartar, the texture of the icing can be improved....[read more]


  1. Marcia Fullwood says:

    Great tutorial. Trying this for an upcoming wedding. Thank you.

  2. Monika Fritzer says:


  3. sai_innocent says:

    Hi i wanted to know how strong would the gazebo be? Ie would ot be safe enough to travel with it long distances to venue? How can one be sure that it wont crack or fall apart on route?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      If you travel for long distance you can use wooden skewers wrapped with rolled pastillage instead twisted plain pastillage for the posts . Thanks

  4. Joumanajack says:

    Hello Mr.Yener. I made the gazebo and followed thoroughly the instructions but my lattice royal icing collapsed because they never dried well although I left them 5 days to dry. I think my royal icing is bad but I do not know why? It is not gluey why? Not sticky I mean

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Hi sorry to hear that. If your royal icing is not sticking together that means the layers are dried before joined. I will suggest adding little more egg white may solve the problem. The other thing you can do, next day carefully remove the top plastic sheet and let it dry for another day. Thanks for the question.

  5. Joumanajack says:

    Hello please may I know of what material is your window template?

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      I did not understand what you mean with “window” but I think you want to know about soft plastic templates. I am using file covers for ticker once or file separators for thinner need. If I am not answering your question. Please ask again with an example. Thanks

  6. Nyl_87 says:

    Hello Chef, just want to ask how long the gazebo will last? Is it still possible for gazebo will melt even when its already dried and hard? Thanks

  7. Eleni Antoniou says:

    Great lesson, greater teacher. Thank you

  8. Nina67 says:

    Hello I am from the Nina67 italia.ho contact acquired the sugar gazebo cool tutorial , I wanted to ask you a few things : how long must dry the components ? Overlapped those on board I have to dry them ? Grilles made ​​with real ice how long to dry ? I d oil spry you can substitute with vegetable oil ? thank you ( I do not understand the English language I find it hard to understand ) thanks very much hope to succeed in business

  9. clarame says:

    Nit picking a little haha, but…how do you get into the gazebo? (Shouldn’t there be a panel with a entrance?)
    Beautiful work though! I can’t wait to try it! Thank you!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      There is a door with a hinge you can not see. Haha..

  10. Ronald Hokanson says:

    Great tutorial chef! Thank you for sharing your skills with us! I took your idea and went to an Office Supply store and bought a package of magnetic sheets (4 for $10). These have a flexible magnet on one side and vinyl on the other, and are designed to be used with an inkjet printer. You can print out an image and then stick the magnet to your refrigerator, for example. Anyway, I cut out your template for the gazebo’s side panels out of these sheets and secured them to a galvanized steel sheet from the hardware store (about $4)! No need to play with plastic sheets and a water spritzer!

    1. Serdar Yener says:

      Hi Roland Thanks for sharing your improvisation I will keep in mind to implement to another tutorial.

    2. jlh says:

      great idea Roland! thanks for sharing

  11. Pauline Dawkins says:

    Thank you Serdar for a fantastic video, just love your tutorials and the special techniques which you use, will be trying this for christmas.

  12. Wendy Wright says:

    Looking forward to this gazebo tutorial very much, I’m thinking of doing a miniature version on a pole as a dovecot, with birds of course! Looks fabulous in the picture. Thank you in advance.

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