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Friday, March 5, 2010

Wedding Cake Inspirations

It's my birthday today.....nothing says birthday like cake...and since my trainer won't let me have any cake (bummer!) here's some photos of my faves, enjoy.

The rhinestone added a bit of glitz and glamour to this cake.



A mountain feel...


Bright colors and waves for this tropical wedding feel.



Beautiful garden wedding cake....


This one was so amazing. The baker actually used leather working tools to get that texture, a great rustic wedding cake!


This cake matched the brides gown design, although the cake has hints of green in it.




Yea...go BUFFS! Had to pop this one in! (University of Colorado Buffs Grooms Cake)



Elegant wedding cake...


Simple details on your wedding cake make it really amazing...here it's all individually folded rose petals adding texture to the clean lined wedding cake.



The bride only wanted a simple, small cake to cut...we had more in the back.


So if I could be eating cake today, it would be Pistachio cake with Victorian Buttercream from The Makery or my mom's lemon cake......hmmm.....what the trainer doesn't know won't hurt him right ;)

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