Saturday, August 26, 2006

Grumpy Blue after the Icing went to Pot!
No Odds......The cake is beautiful!
" Daaa, Dum, De, Dum, Dum, Dum, dum
Dum, Diddy, Da, Di, Dum"
"Hear Comes the Bride!"

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I am so proud of myself!


Lynn said...

I am at the Wedding for this Cake I made.

It is a traditional English Style dark fruit cake with Marzipan Coating and Royal Icing on top.

The Bride and Groom are the something borrowed. It was the cake topper of the future In-Laws.

It is my first Philipino Wedding. They do Hand-fasting too!

I will have pics on Monday.

I promise I will look at yours tonight!

Thanks for the comments.

Pat said...

Beautiful cake!

RennyBA said...

You have all reasons to be proud of yourself - this was breath taking. Could I order a cake like that when my daughter get married?
Have a wonderful weekend:-)

Vicki said...

Beautiful cake. And great blue flowers!

Karen said...

Well, that is certainly a wonderful cake. You should be proud. And it's so big it took all those photos to show it off to advantage. Hope you had a good time at the wedding.

My photo is up.

Anonymous said...

Lynn, I am truly amazed at the abundance of talents you have. This cake is beautiful and I'm sure the bride and groom will be hesitant to cut into it. There will be many cameras up close and personal to it. Be prepared for many requests for future cake orders.
You have the Midas touch.

Mrs Lifecruiser said...

Wow, what a wedding cake. It' must have been complicated to make and taken some time!

Jules said...

This looks delicious! Congratulations - you really did a beautiful job. Just looked up Hand-fasting - what a great tradition.

SunshineBlues said...

Very nice cake and the photos I am sure don't do it justice but sure does make it look yummy! Great job!

I hope you are having a great weekend!

Mother of Invention said...

I can't believe how gorgeous this is...and how delicious too!

Lynn said...

Sure RennyBA,

I will do a cake.
I bet I could make a fake one for sure, and send it by mail.

Deb said...


Lizardm33 said...

Hi Lynn,

I can't believe you made that cake! That's completely gorgeous and probably delicious too, but it's almost a waste to let something that pretty be eaten.


Lynn said...

This cake's bottom was eating by wedding guests, then the top two tiers have been frozen and saved for the bride and groom's anniversary or the baptism of their children.
It is a tradition.

guppyman said...

Wow! You made that? i am impressed!