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post #31 of 65
That is such a beautiful cake!!! When you wanted to give up you found something inside of yourself and you created an incredible cake. I think I learned a lesson here. Congratulations. The bride will be thrilled!
post #32 of 65
You did a fabulous job on this cake...kudos to you and your cakeCentral friends for sticking with it.. Good thing we have such passion for getting it right huh ? icon_biggrin.gif
post #33 of 65
Wow, it's absolutely beautiful. I love it! I love your bow and streamers, mine never look half as good. I'm sure the bride was thrilled with it.
post #34 of 65
I'm so glad your hard work paid off -- that is a gorgeous, gorgeous cake!!!

One of the other posters said she would've quit and cried . . . I'd have quit, cried, grabbed a fork, and eaten the cake to console myself!

You are a strong, persevering, talented woman!!!!!
post #35 of 65
Great save!! Your cake looks WONDERFUL!! Let us know how the bride liked it!

Gail
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post #36 of 65
It's just beautiful

You really deserve a pat on the back for not giving up. They say we learn the most from our mistakes and what you've learned from this experience is that you're resourceful, persistant, creative and brave.

Congratulations on a cake any bride would be proud to have at her wedding. The bow is beautiful.

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post #37 of 65
From the pictures, I can't see any mistakes. i think it turned out really well!!!

You have to remember that *most* of the people who look at cakes dont' know what to look for, even if they wanted to find some mistakes. Now, many of us might be able to find the mistakes, but typically, the layman won't see anything but the cake as a whole. Not to mention, they aren't going to be looking at it up close and personal, from a few inches away. Usually, the reception is a dark/dim lighted room (as another poster pointed out) and they look at the cake from a few feet away, probably because THEY don't want to fall on it or ruin it themselves.

You braved the trials and tribulations of a wedding cake! Congratulations! And now you are ready to learn and move on! Move past what happened over the last few days and prepare for the next one.

Bravo, Lady!
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post #38 of 65
Congratulations! It looks perfect, and beautiful. icon_biggrin.gif

For the stencils-where did you get them? I love the pattern on the cake.
post #39 of 65
Perfectly stunnng.
Such an elegance came out of it.

<sniff>

Hope you're getting in some good z's right now!!!

(I hope you got a good chill on it for delivery if you use the frige for your cakes.)
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post #40 of 65
Your cake turned out beautifully. I love the stenciling. It's gorgeous. The ribbon and flowers really set it off too. I'm sure your bride will be thrilled. Can you even believe that hours ago you were considering the "REFUND" word?!! thumbs_up.gif
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post #41 of 65
Beautiful cake. Don't ever think of giving up cake decorating. You have such good will power and you overcame the difficulties. You are simply great. Love love the cake.
post #42 of 65
It's fantastic! you did a wonderufl job! No one will ever know you had any problems!

Sharon Zambito

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post #43 of 65
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Originally Posted by mgdqueen

Can you even believe that hours ago you were considering the "REFUND" word?!!



I agree!

Congratulations on your beautiful cake-- it turned out truly gorgeous and about as far from a 'disaster' as you can get!

Great work! thumbs_up.gif
post #44 of 65
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Originally Posted by JGMB

I'd have quit, cried, grabbed a fork, and eaten the cake to console myself!



I'm with ya on that one! thumbs_up.gif Wow, that turned out so well, and you were worried!!
post #45 of 65
all your hard work and perserverance has paid off, the cake is beautiful. your bride will be so happy, and dont you dare point out to her your mistakes or blemishes, so one sees them but you. Stencilling is alittle more awkward then people make out, you need 3 hands to get it done smoothly, but yours looks great, what stencil did you use?
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