Hydrangea Wedding Cake

Top and bottom layer are forms, the two lopsided middle ones are real. One is chocolate, one is white.
Im just wondering if anyone has any tips on how to take the lopsidedness out of it. I think I have done all I can. Oh yeah... the two real ones are now stuck together, so I can't really lift them off without wrecking it. Joy joy joy !!!!

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sedinga Says... 9 years ago

sorry, i forgot to rotate the picture around !!

Claudine1976 Says... 9 years ago

I love your flowers!

sedinga Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the tips Eddie !! I will definately try them the next time . Im just a bonehead :-) I should have thought of some of that prior, but I must have had blinders on, or something !! Thanks again !

Eddie Says... 8 years ago

I think you did a really good job. My stove is a little off also so I know your pain. Here's a couple of tricks my teacher shot my way - 1. check the cakes before laying them you can usually tell if they are a bit lopsided and put the higher side with the lower side etc., 2. Use a large knife or cake layer cutter and slice off the higher side to make layers more even. 3. Last your lopsided oven is probably fixable. There are usually screw on feet at the bottom of the stove use a level to adjust. :D

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Other than being a little off kilter I think the cake looks great! I wouldn't worry about it myself. Besides I don't know what you can do without damaging the cake. Your flowers are soo pretty!

sedinga Says... 9 years ago

sorry, i forgot to rotate the picture around !!

Claudine1976 Says... 9 years ago

I love your flowers!

sedinga Says... 8 years ago

Thanks for the tips Eddie !! I will definately try them the next time . Im just a bonehead :-) I should have thought of some of that prior, but I must have had blinders on, or something !! Thanks again !

Eddie Says... 8 years ago

I think you did a really good job. My stove is a little off also so I know your pain. Here's a couple of tricks my teacher shot my way - 1. check the cakes before laying them you can usually tell if they are a bit lopsided and put the higher side with the lower side etc., 2. Use a large knife or cake layer cutter and slice off the higher side to make layers more even. 3. Last your lopsided oven is probably fixable. There are usually screw on feet at the bottom of the stove use a level to adjust. :D

CarolAnn Says... 8 years ago

Other than being a little off kilter I think the cake looks great! I wouldn't worry about it myself. Besides I don't know what you can do without damaging the cake. Your flowers are soo pretty!


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