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Burger wedding cake?

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I found this on Yahoo. I don't know if I would have it at my wedding... and I am not even sure it counts as a cake.

 

http://ca.shine.yahoo.com/blogs/shine-on/burger-wedding-cake-simply-ridiculous-191142920.html

 

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Why not? A couple can choose whatever they want, even if it's no cake at all. The blog author is quite opinionated. 

 

Thanks for sharing the story, I enjoyed it!

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Originally Posted by MimiFix View Post

Why not? A couple can choose whatever they want, even if it's no cake at all. The blog author is quite opinionated. 

 

Thanks for sharing the story, I enjoyed it!

 

 

I totally agree!!

post #4 of 8

Oh!  At first I thought that was a cake that looked like burgers.  Didn't realize it was the other way around.  My hubby would have been all over that if presented with the option lol

post #5 of 8

To each his own!!!! As long as the married couple is happy that is all that counts!!! LOL

post #6 of 8

Burger wedding cake?  why not.... to each his own.  But I'd make this cake for the grooms cake.

http://cakecentral.com/g/i/3062589/chocolate-cake-chocolate-icing-for-hamburger-fondant-pickle-cheese-everything-else-is-buttercream/

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post #7 of 8

now I'm hungry for a burger.

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post #8 of 8
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It's true the artical was a bit to oiniated.. but it thought the idea was cute and original
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