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This wedding cake is one I just did for a wedding tonight, one of our good friends. I love doing wedding cakes for friends!! They are always so appreciative. It's all buttercream with fresh roses.
First Ever String Work
Covered In A Purple Fondant With Royal Icing String Work And Royal Icing Scrolls
Coral Themed Wedding Cakes Tons Of Sugar Flowers
Remarkable, stunning very, very elegant. Great work.
dky, the cake is 18 in. , 14 in. 10 in., and 6 in.....huge!!!!
So exquisite!!! Love it!!
LOOOOOVVVVEEEE IT! Absolutely gorgeous!
A very befitting name. Totally elegant.
yep, it's gorgeous, and great job on the straight lines on that 2nd tier.
I can only say WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This is very beautiful! Did you transport the cake stacked?
Thanks for all your kind words! I did not transport this thing stacked...I'm too chicken.
That is amazing! I looks perfect.
Amazing! It's so beautiful
Love the detail! Beautiful stringwork :D
This cake is fantastic! You did a wonderful job!
Absolutely gorgeous!! Going right into my favorites!!!
gorgeous, love all your piping
you have done a great job!
great job, it's lovely!
What a beautiful cake! So elegant! I am sure your friend loved it!!
very pretty, great job, what is the size of it
Hi, beautiful cake. What stand did you use? It looks great with the lights underneath.
The cake stand is just a 22 in. silver plateua. The lady decorating the reception put some lights in a sheer fabric around the base of it.
This cake is just perfect!
This is so beautiful!!!
It's just beauitful!! Nice work!!
That's a beautiful cake. Great Job!
Absolutely gorgeous!! How do u do the diamond cake (2nd) from the top? I love that and want to know how to do it. I'm new at this and u seem so professional Thanks
Your fresh flower arrangment is beautiful, how did you do it?
I'm trying to remember how I did it. I wasn't supposed to actually, but the florist was running out of time and asked if I would do it. Basically, I just eye-balled it until everything looked like I wanted it to. I think I did have some sort of oasis to put the stems of the topper into.