My 1st Wedding Cake

I made this cake for my step-daughter's wedding. It was the first wedding cake I had ever made. I learned alot and now that my step-son is soon to be married, I hope to put all that into use.

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boysmomintx Says... 10 years ago

I'm doing my first wedding cake with columns. I did a stacked cake last year. Were they easy to use? I have the grecian spiked pillars. Did you think they were sturdy? Did you have trouble popping them in straight? Thanks.

elin Says... 10 years ago

Thats so adorable. And to think it is your first. Its really good.

sweetie Says... 10 years ago

Excellent job. Keep it up. Such talent, especially for your first cake!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

You did a beautiful job!

m0use Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty!

tracyanne Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty! How did you make the flowers and leaves?

Ivana Says... 10 years ago

absolutely beautiful, you did a great job.

tanyascakes Says... 10 years ago

You did a wonderful job!!

CIndymm4 Says... 10 years ago

Great job, it's a beautiful cake.

cake77 Says... 10 years ago

This cake is absolutely beautiful Your step daughter must have absolutely loved it

CarolAnn Says... 10 years ago

Oh you did beautiful job!

heartsfire Says... 10 years ago

The roses are sugar paste. The leaves are butter cream tinted green. I outlined them with a small tube tip. I originally did them with the wilton embroidery technique but it looked horrible so I filled it in with green icing and smoothed it with water. The cake was made in Las Vegas and then transported to Ventura, California and assembled.

cindycakes2 Says... 10 years ago

WOW! Great first wedding cake. I love the look.

megan Says... 10 years ago

very nice!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 10 years ago

Great job! Looks very elegant.

sheena Says... 10 years ago

very elegant... good job

ta Says... 10 years ago

very elegant!!!!! it turned out beautifully!!!! one of my favorites!

boysmomintx Says... 10 years ago

I'm doing my first wedding cake with columns. I did a stacked cake last year. Were they easy to use? I have the grecian spiked pillars. Did you think they were sturdy? Did you have trouble popping them in straight? Thanks.

elin Says... 10 years ago

Thats so adorable. And to think it is your first. Its really good.

sweetie Says... 10 years ago

Excellent job. Keep it up. Such talent, especially for your first cake!

thecakemaker Says... 10 years ago

You did a beautiful job!

m0use Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty!

tracyanne Says... 10 years ago

Very pretty! How did you make the flowers and leaves?

Ivana Says... 10 years ago

absolutely beautiful, you did a great job.

tanyascakes Says... 10 years ago

You did a wonderful job!!

CIndymm4 Says... 10 years ago

Great job, it's a beautiful cake.

cake77 Says... 10 years ago

This cake is absolutely beautiful Your step daughter must have absolutely loved it

CarolAnn Says... 10 years ago

Oh you did beautiful job!

heartsfire Says... 10 years ago

The roses are sugar paste. The leaves are butter cream tinted green. I outlined them with a small tube tip. I originally did them with the wilton embroidery technique but it looked horrible so I filled it in with green icing and smoothed it with water. The cake was made in Las Vegas and then transported to Ventura, California and assembled.

cindycakes2 Says... 10 years ago

WOW! Great first wedding cake. I love the look.

megan Says... 10 years ago

very nice!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 10 years ago

Great job! Looks very elegant.

ta Says... 10 years ago

very elegant!!!!! it turned out beautifully!!!! one of my favorites!

sheena Says... 10 years ago

very elegant... good job


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