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For a pickup today, my Mom ( business partner) took these on by herself...all 28...ok ok, not too many but enough to make me feel guilty not driving up to help! Mixture of frosting and fondant.
Tuxedo Grrom's Cake
Chocolate Buttercream Grooms Cake W/tuxedo Strawberries
Carla And Paul's Tuxedo Groom's Cake
WOW!! Those are awesome! what a great idea!
Those are very nice!
Nice!!! Awesome detail....
very nice! I'd like to eat one. lol
I agree . . . the detail is great and I love how the tux jacket is three dimensional rather than laying flat. The rosebuds are great, too!
Wow, that's a lot of tuxedo's!! They look fantastic!
These are great.....What was the size (inches) of each? The rosebuds just blew me away!
I believe they were 3" x 3", Im passing on the compliments to her...so Thanks!
Wow!!! can you share some details on how you made the tuxedos, they are fantastic! Thanks
the lapels and ties are made a day ahead of time out of fondant,including the small rose. left to dry so they would stand up a bit on top..the sides I used a large basket weave tip to make a cuff look and added a button...didn't quite cover the whole side of the cake, so added a black strip of the fondant to create a sleeve look. Hope this helps
you did a great job :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
great job ,mom should be proud :D