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I made these cakes for my sister's wedding rehearsal dinner,  The wedding colors were cream and gold and the theme incorporated their monogram.  I used vanilla cookies for the cake bases.
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By TToomer
Jul 17, 2006
Iced with cream cheese!  I have learned my lesson. DO NOT TRY THIS ONE AGAIN!  The color faded a bit over night.
By TinaRe
Jul 15, 2005
This 7", 10", 13", 16" square wedding cake was entirely done in red velvet cake with creme cheese frosting.  The bride's colors were off white, white, and deep red.  In order to enhance the effect, I used a white dotted swiss accents and borders on the off white creme cheese icing.  The roses were place between the layers to hide the pillars.  I do not usually work in creme cheese for wedding cakes, but after experimenting with my recipes I finally found the right combination for stability.
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By mdurbin1961
Jul 18, 2005
Understated polish, this cake is highlighted by a monogram made from sugar flowers and berries. The embossed dot pattern reflects the embossed design found on the wedding invitations. 

By: Maria Short <a href= target=_blank>Creative Pastries</a>
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By Anonymous
Apr 13, 2005
I couldn't wait to do this cake! The colours were so vivid. I used Americolor Burgundy and Wilton Chocolate Brown to get the perfect Merlot colour to match the couple's wedding invites. Their mongram is handwiting in royal icing on a curved gumpaste tier. The most complicated monogram I've EVER seen..hahaha!

I designed it from 3 other cake photos the bride brought in to the consultation. We took the top tier from one cake, the bottom from another and the middle from a third cake.
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006
5 round tiers: 6, 8, 10, 12 & 14. Fondant covering, edible beads as border, diamond design. Calla lilies and roses cascading down the cake. Glass monogram: K & F. Thanks for looking!
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By CakeDesigns
Oct 24, 2005
I don't think I ever got satisfied with this cake!  I loved the decoration, but the color of the ivory just got darker and darker.  The silk flowers were a little darker than I had imagined they would be, but they looked great with the bride's dress! :o)  My first monogram on a cake and I thought it turned out nicely to be my first!
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By _ChristyB_
Nov 14, 2005
Gifts for the rehersal dinner guests for a client. 

Cookie flavour is No-Fail with fresh lemon zest, organic dried rose petals & a tablespoon of rose water.
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By antonia74
Nov 18, 2005
This cake is flying to Puerto Rico today to celebrate my uncle's wedding anniversary tomorrow. The filling is my usual favorite; Almond scented cake with Amaretto Espresso filling. Made a 4, 6 & 8" all covered in fondant. Red gumpaste roses. Used beads bought at a craftstore for the monogram...Much easier than I thought!
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By Godiva
Nov 24, 2005
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By antonia74
May 7, 2005
This was for my nephew's future in-laws.  The cake is WASC with chocolate mousse filling and almond buttercream icing.  The pearls are handmade from fondant as are all the decorations on the cake.  First attempt at a monogram-gotta try that again.
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By VickiC
Dec 6, 2005
Sugar cookies with royal icing.
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By heychele
Jan 27, 2006
We started this cake 2 weeks ago! Based on a Colette Peters cake. (Bride brought us the photo.) 
My partner Ana created the unbelievable pastillage vase with the flowers on top. It was about 7" in height and 1/4 the cost of the finished cake!
I used the couples' monogram of the letter "B" to make a central plaque in gumpaste and small snowflakes around the base tier. Edible sugar pearls, fondant pearls and irridescent "Snowflake" powder galore!

Cake was 4 huge tiers, each 6" height
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006
I did these for an anniversary party.  They had them on plates around the buffet.  They are pretty easy, and look great.
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By mendhigurl
Apr 3, 2006
This was ordered for a baby shower--very simple with red monogram letters in fondant.
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By Mac
Apr 9, 2006
Bridal shower cake done in butter cream.  Fondant bow, letter and polka dots painted with luster dust.
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By gingoreilly
Apr 10, 2006
For a baby shower, they wanted the monogram instead of a bow.  It was much easier!
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By Rexy
Apr 21, 2006
Never having used cream cheese icing this grooms cake was an adventure.   Carrot Cake requres it.  Would you believe I decorated this cake in my refrigerator.  Thankfully I have a side by side with pull out shelves.  It took me forever before I came upon doing it there.
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By Granpam
Apr 30, 2006
another take on the emboidered-look.
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By nova
May 1, 2006
This is my 2nd stacked cake ever, and I thought it was OK. I was butter cream on the bottom, MMF on the top, cany clay letters with lustre dust. THe GIANT peony on top was the mother of the brides idea, I maybe would have done something different. THe brides choice of flowers for the wdding was obviously peonies. The Bride and the MOB both loved it, so I guess that's what counts. It is definately not what I envisioned though.
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By kstgelais4
May 1, 2006
This is a close up of the topper made for the Nieves Anniversary cake. These were all made with gum paste and the monogram with Crystals purchased at a craft store.
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By Godiva
Nov 30, 2005
I was given a picture off of the modern Bride website and asked if I could do it. I thought that it looked simple but elegant so I took the job. Boy was I wrong. It took me weeks to figure out how to stamp the letterson it, and it was my 1st attempt with fondant, and stacked construction. The top was their monogrammed initials, the 2nd said Love and laughter, the 3rd said Happily ever after.  Oh, and the bow, ended up not being edible, that was a disaster, but I only charged $150. I almost went in the hole.
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By mistygaildunn
Sep 27, 2005
This is my first attempt at a two-layer cake (besides Wilton Class, almost 10 years ago-LOL!). Made for my friend's bridal shower - theme is daisies. 12" chocolate base layer, with chocolate Wilton soccer ball cake on top. Thanks for looking :)
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By Vmoore
May 5, 2006
Four Layers of crazy wedding cake construction. 
The bottom and top layers are red velvet with cream cheese icing/filling and the two middle layers are vanilla cake with buttercream icing/filling. The whole outside of the cake was covered in Marshmallow Fondant and buttercream decorations. I wouldn't say it's completely professional quality, but for my first time dealing with the fondant and working 46 hrs last week...I was happy :) and so were the guests!!!!
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By MustangSally
May 11, 2006
Clean & simple with Swiss dots....topped with mirrored initials. 

5"/8"/11" cakes of 5.75" in height each.
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By antonia74
May 13, 2006
Made these cookies to go along with Briget and Michaels cakes.  This is only the second time doing royal iced sugar cookies but I think they turned out pretty well.  My 18 month old sure liked the taste of about half of what was supposed to go to the customer.  Man he is a garbage disposal!
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By carrielynnfields
May 14, 2006
This couple was married in Mexico last week, but had their reception back in Vancouver this weekend. I boxed 200 of these cookies and sent them with her Toronto guests as their carry-on luggage on the plane ride there!
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By antonia74
May 21, 2006
This is a german chocolate cake for my soon to be daughter-in-law- brother's wedding.  He loves german chocolate, especially the homemade butter pecan frosting.
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By deedee44
May 24, 2006
I was disappointed in this one.  I was doing this entire reception, the food & centerpieces & music, etc.  So the cake didn't get much of my time & it really shows.  Fortunately no one cared & it was absolutly delicious.  Key lime with apricot mango spread & white chocolate key lime mousse filling.  Plus one of my other customers saw it & like it so much she bought it & I get to make it again & take my time with it.  You never know.
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By estherhead
May 28, 2006
This is the smash cake that went with "Gabby."  I made the "G" out of some wire and beads.  Thanks for looking!
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By MellyD
May 29, 2006
This buttercream creation was a mixture of round and petal shaped cakes.  The dimension were 6" scallop, 8" round, 12" scallop and 15" round.  The cake was then accented with a monogram topper and fresh flowers provided by the bride.
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By Dennisclan
Jun 11, 2006
this is a 12" and 8" square tiered cake with one layer of each chocolate and white cake with a raspberry filling.  Frosted in buttercream with the monogram being done on a fondant circle and royal icing letters. I rolled a small piece of parchment up and tied with blk ribbon.  tah-dah!
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By cakesbykellie
Jun 17, 2006
Done in their wedding colours of sage green and white. Were SUPPOSED to be sage green backgrounds with white writing...but I did them the opposite by accident! Argh!! The couple were happy anyway, thank goodness!
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By antonia74
Jun 25, 2006
Lemon cake with BC icing.  First time using the candy molds for sea shells.
By gtshort
Jun 25, 2006
Cupcakes with roses are french vanilla with raspberry BC filling.  Those with daisies are double coconut with key lime BC filling.  This is my first cupcake wedding and I have decided I LOVE doing these!
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By DelightsByE
Jul 1, 2006
Stacked buttercream cake decorated with satin ribbon and fresh flowers, and topped with a silver monogram.
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By allthingssweet
Jul 3, 2006
I made this cake for a bridal shower for my boyfriend's cousins. Thanks to Campbelland for the idea!!
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By ashley87
Jul 6, 2006
This was the groom's cake at my wedding.  It's chocolate buttercream with melted chocolate scrolls and leaves.
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By dolcesunshine20
Jul 13, 2006
I did these cupcakes for a baby shower last weekend.  The little girl's name is Elyssa.  I took the ideas from this site, so thanks!  Everything was pink and green.  I used IMBC and raspberry cheesecake mousse and pistachio mousse.  Thanks for looking!
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By MellyD
Jul 14, 2006
I made this cake for a friend who just had her first baby-a little girl.  I love the way my bow turned out!!  It's a spice cake with cream cheese frosting.  The new parents loved it!
By gtshort
Jul 17, 2006


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