AYou're late to the party. This cake me the rounds back in August.
I saw this cake on cake wrecks. How awful. It was supposed to be a wedding cake. I love how they didn't eat it! haha
I believe as a bride that cake would've been put somewhere that the "baker" wouldn't have enjoyed. That is horrible. That's the first time I've seen it.
OMG, I've never seen this...Wow, I feel bad for the bride. I'm a begginer but I've never made anything so...so... sad !!! --- poor bride.
After reading the full news stories about this, it seemed to me to be more a case of a bride who bought a cheap cake then complained that it looked bad. I don't remember exactly how much it cost, but one article did report it and it was REALLY low for a cake covered in fondant. I got the feeling that she had gone for a cheap price, got what she paid for, then was mad that she got what she paid for.
I really don't understand how the cake came out so bad. I wonder if this was the first multi-tier cake the baker did. I'm a newbie (caking since August), but I'm confident I could pull it off. The original cake doesn't look that difficult.
I feel bad for the bride, but if something seems too good to be true it usually is (i.e. super cheap cakes aren't going to be super high quality).
I had seen your cakes, really looks delicious. My friend wedding is on next month, i am completely confused for his gift. This one a better option, i will surely order this cake. I had seen some cakes on whipped, is this OK for wedding cakes.
I've never ordered a cake online. So I'm just not sure how to advise you. Sorry.