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By antonia74
May 28, 2005
The groom came up with a great top the tower with a white and chocolate cupcake for "bride and groom". They actually had made the most adorable cut-outs of a bride and groom with their faces from photographs to stick in each cupcake...adorable!!!
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By antonia74
May 13, 2005
This is 2 "face" cakes and sugar cookies that I did for a Jack and Jill shower.
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By sammsuts
Jul 19, 2005
Mini cakes done for a birdal shower. Tux is made from candy clay and bow is fondant.
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By cakeconfections
Aug 5, 2005
The wedding invitation had a bride and a groom building a sandcastle, so when I was asked to do the bridal shower cake, I was inspired! :) Bride and Groom are from the Celebrate with Fondant book from Wilton. Sandcastle mold is from Williams-Sonoma. Sand is crushed vanilla wafers and raw sugar. Seashells are white chocolate brushed with luster dust
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By thecakegirl
Aug 19, 2005
Wonder Mold doll atop a large petal-shaped cake.  Ivory buttercream with royal flowers (in Fall colors).
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By KC2BeAgain
Jul 8, 2005
More practice cookies...........
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By rlctic
Nov 10, 2005
This was inspired by a cake put on here by sammsuts.  This was for my sister's rehearsal dinner this past Friday.  She is white cake with strawberry filling and he is milk chocolate with chocolate mousse.  The saying on the banner is an inside joke.  Everyone flipped out!
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By saas74
Nov 27, 2005
10" and 6" cakes iced in buttercream. White sparkles around snowlike edges. Snowman and snowmam are Christmas ornaments (I added the bouquet and veil). Snowflakes are also ornaments held on with royal icing.
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By reiscakes
Dec 20, 2005
wedding gown doll cake
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By mamasota
Jan 9, 2006
Made with the wondermold pan and fake little flowers just to add some color. Made ths for my friend's shower and everyone was so impressed it was a cake! Couldn'r have done it with out everyone here! Thanks!
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By Book119
Jan 28, 2006
This is a bride and groom Im working on for a wedding at the end of February. The picture has gone back to the bride's mother (who ordered the cake) for approval. Both figures done in gumpaste, groom's glasses done with silver flower wire and lots of patience (i almost felt like squishing them last night, as they didnt want to be square frames)
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By boonenati
Feb 5, 2006
I did this for my daughter's bridal shower last yr.  The layers are 12" 10" and a single layer 8" under the doll cake it's self...
I lost the veil on the way to the shower...
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By cakegal
Sep 8, 2005
This is a cake that I made of a bride and a groom of to their honeymoon in a green punch buggy.  The first tier is french vanilla cake with cookies and cream filling.  The second tier is vanilla cake with black raspberry jam, the third tier is vanilla cake with brown sugar buttercream.  The cake is covered and decorated with fondant.
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By icingonthecupcake
Feb 15, 2006
This is a closeup of the bride and groom ion the top of the cake.
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By icingonthecupcake
Feb 15, 2006
This cake was a nightmare to make, so many things went wrong with it, and it made me sick with worry because i didnt think it was going to make it to the reception in one piece. Not having the proper boards and dowels like the instructions in CC didnt help. The base cracked, the icing cracked, i had to take it apart twice and reassemble and patch it up!!!
I made the bride and groom a few weeks earlier out of gumpaste, at least I know already that the bride and groom liked those as I sent them a picture.
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By boonenati
Feb 26, 2006
The party's theme colours were white, red & black.

I made my first 3D bride and groom using a chocolate mold, but both their heads broke off as I was getting it out!! Arrrrgh... 

With only one hour to go before they picked it up, I used my cookie cutters instead....and I actually like the silhouette feel of this design even better.
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By antonia74
Mar 4, 2006
I was going to make this for a shower tomorrow and then we had to cancel.  But, I had already ordered the Eiffel Tower and had to make "taster" cakes this weekend anyway, soooo I figured "what the heck" and just went all out.  I emailed the bride and groom the picture and said "in 10 years, you won't remember that you didn't get to eat the cake...enjoy the picture!"  This is my first pink and black cake...I just love the color combo!! :)
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By Cakeasyoulikeit
Mar 17, 2006
Cake cut after "Noddy" from Debbie Brown´s Favorite character cakes. Covered with fondant. Bride & groom made from fondant. Details painted with silver luster dust.
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By Tuggy
Mar 19, 2006
Crocodile bride and groom with Australian Native flowers
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By socake
Mar 22, 2006
Something I tried with the wilton pattern from a past yearbook...not too crazy about it. The face gave me fits so I just made a little veil, but I think that looks bad too. Oh, well! Fondant flowers, veil, and mini pearls- everything else is buttercream.
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By Genna
Apr 12, 2006
buttercream with fondant accents
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By mamacc
Apr 14, 2006
"Barbie" Bride cake with shiny "tulle" skirt - triple layer chocolate cake with raspberry filling, buttercream icing.  I made this for a friend's shower and everyone was amazed!
By KCosci
Apr 15, 2006
Used up all my leftover gumpaste cut-outs on these! I did all of the 40 purses in a different style for her.
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By antonia74
May 6, 2006
No fail cookies w/royal icing and MMF accents.  Made to go with a  wedding cake tasting for today.  Thanks for looking!
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By newtocakes
May 16, 2006
A dummy cake made for a Bridal Expo this weekend. Sugar hearts and hand modelled bride and groom.
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By franjmc
May 20, 2006
This was my second try and everyone from CC was a big guide for me... I added the flowers and it looked so much better... I still have to work on my fondant being smooth but I think that will come with time... If you have suggestion I'm always up for hearing them... I'm going to post one more also... the from did have real lace on it and it looked awesome...
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By kristingeorge
Feb 12, 2006
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By Denisedk
May 21, 2006
Double-layer 1/2 slab cake cut into dress shape for Bridal Shower. Filled with fresh sliced strawberries. I wanted the bottom of the dress to look like ruffles, so I used the #104 tip to make a crinolin look.
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By antonia74
May 21, 2006
This is white cake for the dress,Pineapple for the bottom rounds all covered in buttercream. The bodice is fondant, it's all accented with buttercream,edible glitter and pearls. This was actually an order for a six year olds birthday.
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By heychele
May 26, 2006
This cake was adorned with mmf starfish and shells made from a fondant mold.  I airbrushed them lightly to give them a realistic look.  Waves piped on cake and pressed flat with cornstarch-dipped finger.
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By frankandcathy
Jun 4, 2006
Couldn't wait to try the Doll pan. Here's the finished cake.
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By spottydog
Jun 4, 2006
This is the final product of all the  the practicing I've been doing. I'm very pleased how it all came out. It is a 4 tiered cake, the bottom tier is yellow pound cake followed by a white cake and the upper 2 tiers are chocolate cakes.
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By Nesmar
Jun 7, 2006
I just did these for a bridal shower.
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By di55
Jun 10, 2006
I just did these for my cousin's bridal shower.
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By di55
Jun 10, 2006
I just did these for my cousin's bridal shower.  I loved the way the bouquet detail came out.
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By di55
Jun 10, 2006
This is my attempt at a classy cowboy cake.  It's cream cheese buttercream icing with a royal icing run-in silhouette and white mint chocolate cowboy hats, cowboy boots, and bead border.  It was my first time working with chocolate.  It was also my first rehearsal dinner cake.  The icing cracked when I set it on my turntable to decorate it--never had that happen before--so I took it off and had to decorate it on a TV tray, instead.  The bride absolutely loved it, so I'm happy!
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By fronklowes
Jun 13, 2006
Practice for a wedding cake I did recently.  I was pretty pleased with her over all, then her arms fell off, and I realized she kinda looked like a boy...and that she was HUGE!  Oh well, not bad for a first attempt I think.
By Katydidz
Jun 16, 2006
Effiel Tower, Bride/Groom, flowers made of fondant/gumtext - Fondant ribbon & bow - Oval chocolate and yellow cakes - made for a coworker - Proposal took place in Paris.
By susgene
Jun 17, 2006
I don't like this style of cake AT ALL. Rough icing is not for me. But it's what the bride wanted. I like froggy, and the bride and the flowers  but the whole thing put together, my goodness!!
I agreed to do this cake because i liked the concept of the Princess and the Frog. This cake would look so much nicer if the icing was smooth!!
I've been told that I have to be tougher and learn to say NO!
next time, i promise!!! Gumpaste flowers and figures. Bride matches bride's dress and frog matches groom's.
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By boonenati
Jun 17, 2006


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