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I put this in a ziploc baggie and attach to the box of every anniversary cake. Anniversary cake freezing and thawing instructions  Anniversary cake: Place in freezer unwrapped When frozen solid, wrap at least 3 times with plastic wrap. Wrap at least twice with foil Put back in box and freeze for one year. One year later: Remove cake from box Take off plastic wrap and foil while still frozen solid. Immediately place unwrapped cake...
I like to have a 2"-3" difference. Recently I had a customer that insisted on a three tier cake that was 10"x9"x8". It looked as bad as I expected.
I order from efavormart pretty often. They usually have everything 10% off but today it's 40% off! Very reasonable delivery charge also.   http://wedding-supplies.efavormart.com/search?w=lights Welcome to eFavorMart.com Hurry and order now! Shop with us during the promotion time and get a 40% savings on all items. No Promo Code Needed. Discount applies automatically. Sale ends today at 11:59 PM CST.
The bakery that made the cake has a $400.00 minimum. Looks like the "thing in the corner" is a tiara maybe?
http://www.howtocookthat.net/public_html/four-different-ways-to-do-fondant-lettering/   She uses a kitchen knife in the video. An exacto knife is better to use on script letters like you need.   http://www.cakecentral.com/t/711330/how-do-i-make-fondant-letters-without-cutouts
Thanks everyone!!! I got the cutter set at Hobby Lobby for $17.99 with the 40% off coupon
What cutters would I use for these flowers?
What do y'all use for this kind of bling and how do you make it stick to the fondant? Just when I thought the whole bling phase was nearing it's end............. 
I HATE doing deliveries so I try to charge enough to discourage it. Then if I do have to deliver, at least it's worth my while. Delivery - The delivery fee, when available, is $25 for orders within a 10 mile radius of Cakes by Vicki. Anywhere outside of 10 miles will be determined on a per order basis starting at $25.00 plus $1.50 per mile, round trip, for each mile over 10 from Cakes by Vicki. You are of course welcome to come and pick up your cake.
How do I keep a "helium" balloon from drooping? I can't figure out how to make the balloon lightweight enough so that it doesn't bend the wire or possibly even break the trunk. I don't even know what words to use to try to find a tutorial.  Looks like the wire might be heavyduty and anchored in a coffee stirrer in the cake? Not really floating. But it still doesn't make sense to me. Ugh! Two separate orders in the same weekend for the same sorta thing. They looked so sweet...
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