Actor George Cloony's Wedding Cost 8 Million Pounds - Who Made The Cake, What Does It Look Like?

Lounge By MBalaska Updated 3 Oct 2014 , 6:25pm by MBalaska

MBalaska Posted 30 Sep 2014 , 11:36pm
post #1 of 21

has anyone seen a photo of the expensive wedding cake?? I mean it has to be a whopper of a wedding cake with that much money spent.

20 replies
-K8memphis Posted 30 Sep 2014 , 11:52pm
post #2 of 21

idk but his bride is gorgeous -- i think i half heard on the tv that vogue and people magazine bought rights to the wedding pictures so...yeah i went looking there's this for maybe cakes https://www.yahoo.com/travel/cakes-around-the-world-we-have-george-clooney-covered-85466533307.html

 

but the for real cake will be featured in vogue i guess -- lemme go check people magazine

 

there's this -- http://www.people.com/article/george-clooney-amal-alamuddin-wedding-photo

 

see the cover? i don't like it in black & white -- i hope it was cooler than that

MBalaska Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 2:03am
post #3 of 21

That is about a foot tall each tier.  hmmm

-K8memphis Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 2:33am
post #4 of 21

let's hope it was just part of a collage for the cover or something -- it did not appeal to me as i saw it depicted there -- yes the tiers were way out of proportion to the people-- idk 

winniemog Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 7:52am
post #5 of 21

AThey don't seem to be able to cut that "cake" - makes me wonder if that's a massive dummy cake??

They look so stylish and classy....pity about that cake!

MBalaska Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 8:10am
post #6 of 21

maybe it looks different on the front side.  :roll: 

cazza1 Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 8:37am
post #7 of 21

It looks so boring.  One would have to hope it looked better in close up.

-K8memphis Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 3:49pm
post #8 of 21

her dress is so romantic and -- and you can't tell where the bouquet starts and the dress ends -- matchy match match -- then the cake is a geometric polar opposite to the mood of the dress & bouquet -- so confused -- chevrons and arrows run amok albeit beautifully done -- kudos to the cake maker -- just so different -- i wanted to see lavish upon lavish upon wildly elegant and tasteful -- muah --

 

and seriously the cake is well done -- just can't believe the girl that ordered the dress ordered the cake

Claire138 Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 8:05pm
post #9 of 21

Quote:

Originally Posted by -K8memphis 
 

her dress is so romantic and -- and you can't tell where the bouquet starts and the dress ends -- matchy match match -- then the cake is a geometric polar opposite to the mood of the dress & bouquet -- so confused -- chevrons and arrows run amok albeit beautifully done -- kudos to the cake maker -- just so different -- i wanted to see lavish upon lavish upon wildly elegant and tasteful -- muah --

 

and seriously the cake is well done -- just can't believe the girl that ordered the dress ordered the cake

 

I was thinking that too.

MBalaska Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 11:38pm
post #10 of 21

Wondering if a better photo had come out yet, I started typing in Google search......."George"

then dang I forgot his last name and just put "George Wedding Cake"  thinking it would pick up from yesterdays search.

 

I got Curious George Wedding Cakes.  LOL   did you know that people want Curious George wedding cakes........I'm still laughing.

-K8memphis Posted 1 Oct 2014 , 11:56pm
post #11 of 21

no i didn't -- how curious :D

MBalaska Posted 2 Oct 2014 , 2:58am
post #12 of 21

I just realized that it's a repeated pattern on each of the tiers but it's just stretched from side to side as the tiers go down and get wider.

I'll have a glance at my 'Invitation' and see if it's one of those Art-Deco cake-invitation matching designs.........couldn't make it to Venice that weekend, too busy learning to make sugar flowers.  :wink:

winniemog Posted 2 Oct 2014 , 3:21am
post #13 of 21

AHonestly, George Clooney's wedding or sugar flowers? That was your choice last weekend? You made te right decision though.....

MBalaska Posted 2 Oct 2014 , 4:02am
post #14 of 21

For the price I was expecting something like Liza Minelli's wedding cake.  Or Prince Williams  stunning elegant exceptional wedding cake.  WOW factor.

That cake decorator really rocked it!!

 

Last week I couldn't decide between Karl Urban or Jason Statham, so I baked a cake while listening to Tom Jones.

CindiM Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 2:12am
post #15 of 21

AIn the People magazine article, they stated it was Art Deco to go with the style of the room. It also looked like each tier was 2 layers, for example, a 12 inch square dummy with a 12 inch square cake on top of that to get that kind of height. You can see it better in the magazine how tall it was which made the angle to cut it a little more difficult. The other pictures in the article were great!

Cookie4 Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 3:57am
post #16 of 21

I can't find a picture of this cake anywhere, but I think I read that Margaret Braun made it.

CindiM Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 4:24am
post #17 of 21

AGoogle People magazine and you can see the cover photo of it. I have the magazine which has the rights to the story which wii be donated to a charity.

CindiM Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 3:49pm
post #18 of 21

Hello magazine ( I think it is a United Kingdom magazine?) also has rights to the story and the money going to a charity.  The 4 tiered cake was chocolate inside, with Gold designs.  According to E on line, the cake was made by Ramperti Bakery.  I looked at their website ( www.ramperti.it/ ) and the cakes are pretty much a basic style. 

-K8memphis Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 4:03pm
post #19 of 21

yes i just got back from the store & saw the magazine -- it is decorated in gold art deco to match the dining room -- chocolate cake -- super deep looking tiers but it some tiers might be cake set on a dummy because the larger tiers at least looked to be a bit different size within each tier -- the bottom third was larger -- 

 

4 tiers -- gold art deco decor to match the dining room -- sure didn't match the bride -- and it did not photograph well

-K8memphis Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 4:35pm
post #20 of 21

Quote:

Originally Posted by -K8memphis 
 

yes i just got back from the store & saw the magazine -- it is decorated in gold art deco to match the dining room -- chocolate cake -- super deep looking tiers but it some tiers might be cake set on a dummy because the larger tiers at least looked to be a bit different size within each tier -- the bottom third was larger -- 

 

4 tiers -- gold art deco decor to match the dining room -- sure didn't match the bride -- and it did not photograph well

 

 

i mean it seems some tiers might be set on some kind of cake dummy -- and i really wanted to take a picture of the cake but i was not going to buy the magazine and i didn't want to be escorted out of the grocery store so...it'll be all over the internet soon if not already -

MBalaska Posted 3 Oct 2014 , 6:25pm
post #21 of 21

The wedding cakes in the CC favorites gallery are prettier than that one.

Quote by @%username% on %date%

%body%