White House (Wedding Cake) And The Pentagon (Groom's Cake)

Decorating By jewelykaye Updated 21 May 2008 , 7:23am by karateka

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jewelykaye Posted 20 May 2008 , 11:17pm
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Okay so I have a bride that would like a White House wedding cake and a Pentagon groom's cake for July 2009.

What I need ideas on is other options. I mean I'm going to quote her for what she asked but it's going to be pricey so I would like to have some backup ideas that wouldn't be as pricey in case she didn't realize how expensive it would really be.

Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! icon_biggrin.gif

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karateka Posted 21 May 2008 , 7:23am
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Personally I think you could do a typical wedding cake with a White House topper on it. Either make it out of fondant or purchase a model if you can find one. If you can't do that, how about the Seal of the President of the US? For the top of the cake, I mean.

For the pentagon, I'd just go ahead and make that one. The pentagon is so simple, just a pentagon shape, white walls and windows. Maybe a flag? I think that one would be easier than the White House....or am I being too optimistic?

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