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awolf24 Says... 7 years ago

Wow - this is an amazingly gorgeous cake. You definitely satisfied the bride's request for "spectacular"!

mgdqueen Says... 7 years ago

beautiful job!

mamacc Says... 7 years ago

Wow, your flowers are gorgeous!!!

KonfectionKonnection Says... 7 years ago

So very delicate and pretty! Great job!

Steffen74 Says... 7 years ago

beautiful flowers!

PaulaT Says... 7 years ago

Congratulations on a beauty!! :wink:

Eshed Says... 7 years ago

beautiful! I especially like the flowers.

Eshed Says... 7 years ago

Gorgeous flowers !!

pastryjen Says... 7 years ago

So pretty, very well done!

nanahaley Says... 7 years ago

Your flowers are absolutely gorgeous!!!

beesting Says... 7 years ago

these roses are beautiful and so real... is it just white gumpste with peach colured dusting??? and how do you get your leaves so shiny and how is the bouquet held together... sorry about the questions... just beautiful

ckiecrumb Says... 7 years ago

Wow! They look like porcelain flowers! Very nice! :D

mamacc Says... 7 years ago

Wow! Amazing job on this cake.

all4cake Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful work!

tyty Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful cake, great job!

novacaine24 Says... 7 years ago

Spectacular to say the least!

thecakemaker Says... 7 years ago

Beautiful!

CarolAnn Says... 7 years ago

Oh they are very beautiful!!

carabear Says... 7 years ago

8O WOW! This is so beautiful.

ljudd1969 Says... 7 years ago

this is stunning! your flowers are so perfect & beautiful. the bride must have been thrilled with this cake.

keyshia Says... 7 years ago

That is VERY Beautiful! I think you ddi a great job with it!

SweetResults Says... 7 years ago

*sigh* I wish I could do this!!! They are so lovely :D

desertm Says... 7 years ago

Answers to the questions by beesting: the flowers are gumpaste, colored with just a touch of Americolor's "gold". The dusting inside is red and yellow (I did not have orange dust). The shine of the leaves is edible varnish, diluted 50:50 with edible alcohol or vodka. I just dip the leaves and then stick them upright on a florist sponge to dry.

Iloveweddings Says... 7 years ago

It is a beautiful cake. Great job!


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