Miniature Wedding Cake

 Miniature Wedding Cake  on Cake Central

I made this cake for my husband and I celebrating our second year of marriage. It is a miniature cake with 2", 3" and 4" tiers. These tiers are covered in rolled fondant. The cake itself is a rich west indian fruitcake made with fruits that have been steeped in liquor.

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Thanks, everybody!!! :lol: I bought those pans here in NY at NY Cake on 22nd street. They have a website, but don't show prices. When asked why, they claim that no one else shows prices. (Baloney!) They wouldn't even give me a price on the phone. I had to go down there. Their site is www.nycake.com. My favorite place to shop that's even cheaper is Pfiel and Holing in Queens NY. www.cakedeco.com.

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Pretty cake! Nice work. Thanks so much for the link to cakedeco.com. This is a great source and I saw prices listed for everything. I expect I'll be shopping their online store. Thanks again!!

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Girl, this is nice!! We've got to get together. Don't forget to email me the pics. I'm trying a chocolate cake from scratch thanks to you. Church was great on Sat. wasn't it!!

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Girl, this is nice!! We've got to get together. Don't forget to email me the pics. I'm trying a chocolate cake from scratch thanks to you. Church was great on Sat. wasn't it!!

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Thanks, everybody!!! :lol: I bought those pans here in NY at NY Cake on 22nd street. They have a website, but don't show prices. When asked why, they claim that no one else shows prices. (Baloney!) They wouldn't even give me a price on the phone. I had to go down there. Their site is www.nycake.com. My favorite place to shop that's even cheaper is Pfiel and Holing in Queens NY. www.cakedeco.com.

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Pretty cake! Nice work. Thanks so much for the link to cakedeco.com. This is a great source and I saw prices listed for everything. I expect I'll be shopping their online store. Thanks again!!


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