Remember this cake is supposed to be "light and refreshing" therefore I decided to shy away from traditional icings. I chose to make a whipped icing from my favorite Cool Whip! After some googling I came across this recipe: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/cool-whipped-frosting/
Super easy! Mix a box of pudding with a cup of milk, then mix it together with Cool Whip. I chose to use White Chocolate Pudding instead of the vanilla it called for, and I left out the tablespoon of vanilla because I wanted the frosting to taste more like the white chocolate and I wanted it to keep its crisp white color. Note: I also doubled the recipe to make sure I would have enough frosting.
I decided I wanted the cake to have a strawberry filling so I took some thawed frozen strawberries and put them in the food-processor. Then I strained them so they wouldn't be so runny. I then began to worry that the strawberries might still be absorbed into the cake, so I decided to put down a layer of icing and put them on top.
Next up was decorating, my favorite part! I whipped up some royal icing in a bowl using the Wilton recipe: http://www.wilton.com/recipe/Royal-Icing and added some pink food coloring. Another totally cool trick I learned, this time on Pinterest, sorry I never actually pinned it, just saw it on someone else's board. Anyways the trick is to put your pastry bag in a glass and turn the cuff of it out. Then you can scoop your frosting in without needing a third hand (my husband was pleased not to be my third hand this time)! Wa-la, no mess!