Have You Seen This Cake?

Decorating By Linda2010 Updated 26 Mar 2013 , 12:23am by Linda2010

Linda2010 Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 2:58am
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I have been requested to make a cake similar to this, do you have any information as far as where to get some of the elements?

 

I found the Castle, the Carriage and the Slipper but I need the gazebo with dancing couple topper and the bases that look like they have cobblestones.  I will appreciate any help

 

Thank you in advance

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leah_s Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 3:09am
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ALooks like all Wilton stuff.

Linda2010 Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 3:55am
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I have spent hours searching the internet and I do not see anything like those trays.  :(

 

Neither I have found the author of this cake

shanter Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 4:00am
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Let's see if this works:

http://********************/catalog/wedding/fairytalewedding.htm

Scroll down to the bottom of the page where the picture is and it says "Here are several links to view products at:"

stefkovic Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 4:08am
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  This is from Edible Artist Network, maybe you can find out the creator this way.

Interesting Fact! Have you ever had a client send you a picture of a cake they found online and would like you to use as inspiration, but there is no link or watermark to indicate who created the cake? We'll I have, and I always like to g...ive credit or know who the creator was. I recently found that you can trace the image on Google, and here's how.

1. Save the image to your desktop
2. Open Google
3. Click on images and a new box will open up
4. Click on the icon of the camera to the left (see pic below)
5. Grab the photo from your desktop
6. Google will scan and bring up the image or similar images.
7. Viola, you found who created the original.

Try it with one of your own cakes that you've posted online and let me know if it works for you. I simply love this feature.

suzied Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 11:49am
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Originally Posted by stefkovic 

  This is from Edible Artist Network, maybe you can find out the creator this way.

Interesting Fact! Have you ever had a client send you a picture of a cake they found online and would like you to use as inspiration, but there is no link or watermark to indicate who created the cake? We'll I have, and I always like to g...ive credit or know who the creator was. I recently found that you can trace the image on Google, and here's how.

1. Save the image to your desktop
2. Open Google
3. Click on images and a new box will open up
4. Click on the icon of the camera to the left (see pic below)
5. Grab the photo from your desktop
6. Google will scan and bring up the image or similar images.
7. Viola, you found who created the original.

Try it with one of your own cakes that you've posted online and let me know if it works for you. I simply love this feature.

Cant understand No. 4 what camera are you talking about, please explain finding difficult to understand.tks

mallorymaid Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 1:22pm
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I found this online,
This one is a 3 piece set consisting of carriage, castle and slipper:
http://www.craftisart.com/138714/3-pc-l-wedding-quinceanera-sweet16-cinderella-castle-carriage-and-slipper-light-cake-topper-in-white
Perhaps you could contact the seller and send a pic of the wedding cake to see if they know where you could find a stand similar to that one. If not you may have to use a multi tier stand that allows you to place them at varying heights and positions and fill in around the bases with tulle to resemble the "cloud" affect.

shanter Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 3:05pm
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Originally Posted by suzied 

Cant understand No. 4 what camera are you talking about, please explain finding difficult to understand.tks


On the Google Images page, in the search box, there is an icon of a camera. In my browser it is at the right end of the search box. It may be placed differently in your browser. When you hover over that camera the label that pops up says "Search by image." Click on the camera.

 

Then you will get a box that gives you options of filling in a URL or "Upload an image." Click on "Upload an image." Then you will get a search box with the word "Browse" next to it. Click on "Browse" and navigate to the location of the picture that you want to hunt for.

 

Click on the file name and then click Open. You will see the results, i.e., pictures that are the same or similar to the picture file you are trying to find.

 

HTH

kikiandkyle Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 3:40pm
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This Etsy seller has a lot of stuff in this style.

 

http://www.etsy.com/shop/chocolateletters?ref=seller_info_count

 

Your best bet is to search for vintage cake stuff because this is all from the 80s. 

gscout73 Posted 22 Mar 2013 , 4:53pm
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To me, those cloud/snow bank bases look like Christmas village base pieces. I've seen things like those at Christmas time and in Christmas hobby stores. You may be able to find some online by searching for Christmas village accessories.

suzied Posted 23 Mar 2013 , 4:45am
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Originally Posted by shanter 


On the Google Images page, in the search box, there is an icon of a camera. In my browser it is at the right end of the search box. It may be placed differently in your browser. When you hover over that camera the label that pops up says "Search by image." Click on the camera.

 

Then you will get a box that gives you options of filling in a URL or "Upload an image." Click on "Upload an image." Then you will get a search box with the word "Browse" next to it. Click on "Browse" and navigate to the location of the picture that you want to hunt for.

 

Click on the file name and then click Open. You will see the results, i.e., pictures that are the same or similar to the picture file you are trying to find.

 

HTH

Thanks  Shanter.  Cant find this camera. as you say my browser is different. When my husband wakes up , i  will ask him to search  for it.

suzied Posted 23 Mar 2013 , 4:55am
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Thanks Shanter.  My daughter found it for me .   IT WORKS!!!!

Linda2010 Posted 26 Mar 2013 , 12:23am
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I want to thank you all for your great help.

 

 I was able to identify all the elements thanks to you and thanks to Signe from http://weddingfairytaledreams.com/ who was gracious enough to help me find the bases for this cake.  She told me they are actually a Barby toy called  barbie magic pegasus cloud kingdom.  Who would know?   

 

After looking closely and listening to Leah_s, recomendations.  I remember that  the dancing couple figurin  it is actually  from Wilton

 

So I have all my elements together.  Plus we were able to find out another trick in the internet

 

Thak you all  for your help

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