Does Anyone Here Speak French?? Bon Voyage In French?

Decorating By Kiddiekakes Updated 15 Jul 2005 , 1:34pm by Kiddiekakes

Kiddiekakes Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 10:52pm
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I have a customer who wants me to do a Bon Voyage cake for sunday but she also wants me to write Bon Voyage in french on the cake....Does anyone know the spelling or perhaps a interpreter site which will spell out Bon Voyage in french!!!


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GinaJuarez Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 10:55pm
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Okay, i may be crazy, and I haven't taken french, but i SWEAR "bon Voyage" is french!

pastrypuffgirl Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 10:59pm
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Yes it means good voyage in english.
You do not have to put any acents it is just Bon Voyage.

Kiddiekakes Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 11:10pm
post #4 of 10 the lady said it is Bon Chance or something!!! I don't know!!! icon_cry.gif Hmmmmm

I only know swear words!! Ha!Ha!

Ironbaker Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 11:31pm
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Kiddiekakes, they're right - Bon Voyage is a french term we adapted. It's already in French. icon_biggrin.gif It literally means good journey.

Like bon appetit or c'est la vie (two other phrases we adopted).

Here's a translator for you:

mjarvis78 Posted 14 Jul 2005 , 11:47pm
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I am pretty sure, though not positive that "bon chance" means good luck.

pastrypuffgirl Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 12:47am
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yes, bon chance does mean good luck. (If my french teacher was correct lol).

SweetCreations Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 4:09am
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I know French,,
French FRIES, French Toast, French Kiss.. icon_lol.gif hehehe.. Ooo Okies,, Wee Wee icon_surprised.gif thats about it.. well there are a few more but not sure how to spell them correctly, and then of course there are the Potty Mouth Words, that My fingers just can't type..
Good Luck and Ask her again Excatly what she wants it to say and maybe say,, let me get you to spell it out so I am sure I have it spelled correctly.. icon_twisted.gif
Good Luck!
~Sweet~ icon_rolleyes.gif

toujours28 Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 7:51am
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If you want to say good luck, it's "Bonne chance". But "Bon voyage" is French too, for "have a good trip!"

Kiddiekakes Posted 15 Jul 2005 , 1:34pm
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Thanks Everyone!!! I guess that is wat I need then...Bon Voyage and Bonne Chance!!! GoodOhhhh!!!

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