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My first wedding cake! Butter recipe cake, BC icing, fondant, edible pearls, gumpaste bow & initials. Thanks to my sil for her advice and moral support. The bride's grandmother provided the broach.
First Fondant Cake
Pink Cake With Bow
Beautiful Cake!! Love the broach in the bow! Original
Very pretty!!! Great job!! I cant believe this is your first wedding cake! way to go :)
Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Hold the phone!!!!! .... Did I hear you right? This is your FIRST WEDDING CAKE???!!! Oh, Holy Bling-age, Batman!!!!! Wowie!! Zowie!! Fantastic Job!!! Very lovely work! It's a wonderful piece! Just gorgeous! :D :D :D
You did so great! You should be so proud! The first of many.....
Excellent job! Congratulations!!! ;-D elegant and pretty !!!
So beautiful, and your bow is breathtaking!
Very, very pretty. You did an excellent job!!
WOWWWWW!! I can't believe it's your first! I see LOTS of cakes in your future!! Just beautiful! Your bow is fantastic!
YOU should be very proud... beautiful work :wink:
So very elegant! I love the monogram on the top cake and the bow with the broach on it... just beautiful!!
I made two bows (in case one broke) several days in advance. It was made with a 50/50 mix of Satin Ice fondant and gumpaste, so it was dry the next day. I printed out the "H" from Word and cut it out for a stencil. The "A" and "J" were from tap-its.
Stunning. The bricks as the background is nice also. You did a very, very nice job.
I love this!!!
Thank you for all the nice comments. I am very proud of this cake. The brick background-part of the old ice factory that has been converted to a banquet facility.
Girl, all i l can say is WOW wished my first wedding cake looked that good great job on the bow did you let it set up before putting it on the cake or did you do it the same day as the set up of the cake, and did you have a pattern for the initial??