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... 9 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... 9 years ago

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

sweetie Says... 9 years ago

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

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

You did a beautiful job!

m0use Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

tracyanne Says... 9 years ago

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

Ivana Says... 9 years ago

absolutely beautiful, you did a great job.

tanyascakes Says... 9 years ago

You did a wonderful job!!

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

Great job, it's a beautiful cake.

cake77 Says... 9 years ago

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

CarolAnn Says... 9 years ago

Oh you did beautiful job!

heartsfire Says... 9 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... 9 years ago

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

megan Says... 9 years ago

very nice!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Great job! Looks very elegant.

sheena Says... 9 years ago

very elegant... good job

ta Says... 9 years ago

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

boysmomintx Says... 9 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... 9 years ago

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

sweetie Says... 9 years ago

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

thecakemaker Says... 9 years ago

You did a beautiful job!

m0use Says... 9 years ago

Very pretty!

tracyanne Says... 9 years ago

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

Ivana Says... 9 years ago

absolutely beautiful, you did a great job.

tanyascakes Says... 9 years ago

You did a wonderful job!!

CIndymm4 Says... 9 years ago

Great job, it's a beautiful cake.

cake77 Says... 9 years ago

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

CarolAnn Says... 9 years ago

Oh you did beautiful job!

heartsfire Says... 9 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... 9 years ago

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

megan Says... 9 years ago

very nice!

AgentCakeBaker Says... 9 years ago

Great job! Looks very elegant.

ta Says... 9 years ago

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

sheena Says... 9 years ago

very elegant... good job


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