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This was my entry to the San Diego Confections on Parade contest.  This 4 tiered cake was based on a Carolina Herrera dress that was featured on the cover of the Winter Martha Stewart's Weddings.  I didn't place this year, but I learned a lot about my competitors, so I guess I'll have to develop my skills for next year.
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By aupekkle
Mar 26, 2007
I did these cookies for my friend's daughter birthday.  They are NFSC with royal icing.
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By di55
Mar 29, 2007
These are made with a mini ball pan (could make larger ones with regular ball pan). I put on a thick layer of BC and then I cut a circle of fondant much bigger (just tested different circles) and covered each of them to look like a hat!  I used colored buttercream and piped on swirl designs then cut little fondant flowers to embellish.
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By Renaejrk
Mar 31, 2007
This cake was done using a t-shirt pan and modifying it .  It is all fondant .
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By Renelle
Mar 31, 2007
For my nieces 16th Birthday...  she was holding a set of keys...   First try at Fondant dress...  pretty easy though need practice.
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By heyjeni
Apr 1, 2007
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By StaceyC3
Apr 3, 2007
I made this for my daughter's second birthday.  Her dress is an exact match to my daughter's birthday dress.
By StaceyC3
Apr 3, 2007
I made a chocolate cake  (2 layers 8x16 needed) I cut to resemble dress, and then it was iced with buttercream icing. I layered rolled fondant over the top to look like a little white dress. I cut bodice separate and added ruffles to the skirt with wooden spoon handle underneath. I added collar, cuffs and lace. You can cut lace with roller/ripple cutter and pierce with toothpick to add lace effects. Lavendar ribbon, buttons and Monogram E, was tinted fondant, rolled and stitching added with toothpick.
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By bizie2
Apr 4, 2007
This was COMPLETELY taken from Cakerer's version of the belly cake-the momma loved the way her dress design looked and draped softly-I only changed the colors of fondant and icing to match the shower.  Momma to be even went out to buy a dress to match her cake!!  This was a first for me, but very simple and fun to do.  It's a half sheet with mega muffins and 8" rounded-all trimmed to not show edges.  Strawberry cake.
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By mgdqueen
Apr 5, 2007
Thanks to the CCers for inspiration!  MMF with royal accents.
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By Lindsayu83
Apr 8, 2007
Made this for my nieces baptism.  Covered in BC with fondant dress and booties.
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By zoraya
Apr 9, 2007
This one was done to imitate the brides dress (below).  All fondant with royal; fondant pearls.
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By KoryAK
Apr 11, 2007
Fondant with RI.  Designed to match the bride's dress which is that really popular Alfred Angelo one that has the beading coming up from the bottom and down from the top and a whatever color band (obviously she has red) at the top of the bosom and down the back onto the train.  The topper was her grandmother's.
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By KoryAK
Apr 11, 2007
Carrot cake, bc, pink marbled MMF, rope trim, pink fondant dress & panties.  Sugar, Spice, Ribbons, Bows, Lace, Ruffles, Everything nice in BC around the 8 sides
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By bkdcakes
Apr 11, 2007
A bridal gown done in buttercream.
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By turtle3264
Apr 13, 2007
Strawberry WASC with BC icing. I used a wondermold and an 8" round for the dress. I got a little carried away with the ruffles, this is my first "Girly" cake and I was having so much fun TFL.
By Rambo
Apr 14, 2007
I got this idea from sue_dye on this site. Mine does not look as good as hers, but the customers were very pleased.  The groom's bowtie and hankerchief are camo.
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By angelcake4u
Apr 16, 2007
Another Cinderella :) - buttercream with fondant accents. I also added some fondant pearls around the bottom of the dress, but they aren't in this picture.
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By dydemus
Apr 16, 2007
Bridal Shower Wedding Dress 3-D cake. The cake is chocolate, mmf and crystal sprinkles. I made cupcakes with doves to go along...
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By Laurie510
Apr 16, 2007
2-layer 8" rounds with 2-layer 6" rounds decorated in buttercream and HMMF to match baby gir's baptism dress.  The client called me to personally tell me that people who saw the cake said they wondered if her daughter would pop out of the dress, it matched so well.  Thought that was funny.
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By saj_stuff
Apr 17, 2007
I made this cake for my daughter's birthday party at school.  I used the Wilton doll head, but I really wasn't satisfied with how generic the doll head looked.  It I have the opportunity to make it again, I think I will use a real Barbie.
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By TToomer
Apr 17, 2007
Bridesmaids' color was deep purple, so I wanted to incorporate that into the design to give it some color. Bride's dress was sweetheart neckline with beading right below that. You can't see it but I put edible beads all over the dress. German chocolate cake covered in fondant.
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By aoliveira
Apr 20, 2007
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By aoliveira
Apr 20, 2007
1/4 sheet frosted in chocolate buttercream. Design piped on with tip #3.
By KimAZ
Apr 21, 2007
four tier butter cream the topper is made of mmf and its a replica of brides dress
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By darylrc
Apr 21, 2007
Design and flowers on side match bride's dress. Flowers, pearls, and roses all MMF dry dusted with pearl dust and sparkle. 1st time doing tiara and pearls. The pearls are digging into the side of the cake and that really steams me because I bent the wire and everything to prevent it. OH WELL. Broke 1 tiara and was glad that I made 2. Thanks for the article cake central. Was a gift for the bride from me.
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By ahmommy
Apr 21, 2007
Princess cake.  Decorated w/buttercream.
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By Sun11598
Apr 23, 2007
This is a quick cake I made for a co-worker who's getting married this weekend.  I hope she likes it.  Sorry about the pic, I had to borrow the camera, mine's broken.
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By fabbo
Apr 24, 2007
Back of Dress
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By fabbo
Apr 24, 2007
Thank you Boween for this idea!  I've been wanting to do this cake since I saw Boween's.  This is a 6" heart in buttercream, shoulder/neckline in fondant and fondant pearls dusted in Super Pearl luster dust.  Next time, I want to try doing the beading for the dress the same as the pearls.  I am having lunch with two friends today.  One is getting married in a couple of weeks so we decided to have a "bridal lunch" today.
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By yh9080
Apr 25, 2007
Thanks to "cakegirls" for the inspiration from her bodice cake. Chocolate mudcake covered in fondant with fondant ribbons.
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By socake
Apr 27, 2007
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By Boloantiano
Apr 27, 2007
This was fun to make. It was the second princess cake my little girl got this year.  The Pillow was the first one I have ever made and was a fresh stawberry cake with strawberry cream cheese filling.  The bottom was cookies & cream cake with cookies and cream filling.  It was a HUGE hit with the parents, but most importantly my daughter loved it!  It is covered in MMF.
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By taznjo
Apr 28, 2007
I made this cake for the MCJROTC Awards Banquet at my daughter's school.  It was an idea COMPLETELY taken from amandasweetcakes and her incredible interpretation of the dress blues.  I changed it just slightly, using a mold to create the buttons and forming the buckle.  Thank you for looking-Semper Fi!
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By mgdqueen
Apr 30, 2007
This was made from a wonder-mold and a 9".  The design was based upon the invitation.  A cherry cake with fondant covering, pearl dusted necklace, beads on back of dress, and center of flower.  Bouquet is cut waffle cone covered in fondant with air dry swirl flowers.  I dry dusted pearl on the dress to give the appearance of lace on the dress.
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By ribbitfroggie
Apr 30, 2007
NFSC w/ RI for a princess theme party...they r all different sizes b/c had no cutter so hand cut each crown and dress individually, all 20 or so!
By new2bake
Apr 30, 2007
By tricia
May 1, 2007
I got this idea for these cakes off of this website from several different people.  I loved this idea, so whoever "invented" this....THANKS!!  They were so fun to make and everyone loved them!  They are iced in all buttercream.
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By lizbuth
May 5, 2007
Ok....I totally copied this cake from one of you talented ladies! The miracle about this cake is that it was cooled, icing made and decorated all in  an hour and a half! No joke! This was sooooo last minute. I had to set the cooked cake in front of a fan just to get it cooled enough to frost! It was nuts! My cousin really loved it and refused to eat it until her fiance saw it!
By rhondie
May 5, 2007
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By vitomiriam
May 18, 2007


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