Karyn's Wedding Cake

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    My first official wedding cake!

    Wowza! #4 Explore!!

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    1. lesleyjoyce 82 months ago | reply

      So simple and so gorgeous!

    2. lissarocks02 82 months ago | reply

      i love the pearls!

    3. MMachado [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

      This is your first one?? WOW, this is good. Your cakes will be to die for later on in years when you have so many orders you can not fill them all!!!!!!
      Seen on your photo stream. (?)

    4. deheart 81 months ago | reply

      So smooth & simple & lovely... Gorgeous!

    5. therealmeissecret 77 months ago | reply

      Wha!! That is so cool! I love it!

    6. lesleyjoyce 77 months ago | reply

      Fabulous, it is so elegant.

    7. flourgirl2007 76 months ago | reply

      OH MY those roses are amazing!!!!

    8. Just2cusmile4me 74 months ago | reply

      This cake is absolutely beautiful.. I will be contacting you when I get married.. LOL.. (My colors will be black, white, hot pink and light pink..)

    9. Motoko-Su 73 months ago | reply

      wow, beautiful!!

    10. NothingButFormals 69 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Nothing But Bridal Bliss, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    11. lynngrace23 67 months ago | reply

      This is amazing! I am having my wedding in the fall next year and trying to figure out colors now. I think I am leaning towards simple black and white and want my cake to have a splash of red and I wanted a square cake! wow i found it!! I found some great wedding cakes here to give me ideas.

    12. HolidayTrees 63 months ago | reply

      Hi there!

      I have a website that specializes in pictures of objects that represents holidays. It’s called www.holidaytrees.blogspot.com

      For December it was about Christmas trees, then New Year’s Resolutions. After that it will be all about wedding cakes.

      I would love to feature this cake on one of the threads. I will be more than happy to give you the credit for the picture.

      Please let me know if you are interested by emailing holidaytrees@gmail.com Also remind me which cake I was asking about. I did not want to copy the picture without your permission first. I am also interested in any stories that go along with the wedding cake (whether it is stories about the wedding or how the cake was made).



    13. bronte.cakes (Bron) 62 months ago | reply

      I have a client who loves your cake and would like something similar for her wedding...Would it be okay if I use your cake as my inspiration.
      --Found in a search. (?)

    14. alana_hodgson 62 months ago | reply

      No problem, Bron! Thanks for asking!

    15. bronte.cakes (Bron) 62 months ago | reply

      Thanks heaps Alana! :-))

    16. My Baking Blog 59 months ago | reply

      it's beautiful! I browsed through all your photos and everything you do has a touch of class and elegance. I love it!

    17. poppet123 45 months ago | reply

      Please can you advise how much a cake like this would cost?

    18. kellycostanza 41 months ago | reply

      I am very new at cake making,no wedding cakes under my belt yet.And a friend of mine had a very last minute favor of me to make a cake like yours for another friends wedding,whose other cake maker backed out last minute. I don't think my roses could look anything like yours,so we are probably going to use real ones or really nice fake ones. I am wondering if I should use real ribbon since black fondant tastes so weird,and so I can get that real black look. And how can I get my fondant to look so smooth like that? If you have any advice I would really appreciate it. Making a wedding cake is not like making birthday cakes,I feel like it has to be perfect or everyone is going to notice.Help!?

    19. alana_hodgson 41 months ago | reply

      I often use real ribbon on my wedding cakes. Smooth fondant is all about smooth buttercream. Throw your cake in the freezer for about 10 minutes or until the buttercream is just set firm. Have the fondant ready to go directly on the cake as soon as it comes out of the freezer. Use fondant smoothers. Hope that helps a little.

      Thank you poppet. That's a lovely compliment :)

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