Thank you so much ladies! All your support really means a lot. I won't say I didn't cry a little last night, but it was worth not being stressed and sick about it all day today.
I did get all my other orders done and it ended up being a good weekend.
bmoser24, I was able to pluck off the roses and save them and had to toss the fondant ribbon, of course. I gently took off the bulge by scraping around it, as the cake had finished settling at this point, so I knew it wouldn't come back. Then I did a coat of icing over the other and smoothed it back out. Made new fondant and put back on and the placed the flowers again with royal icing. Yes, I'm sure they got a surprise when they cut the cake and the majority of icing was a darker color, but in the grand scheme of things, I think that will be okay. If anything, the icing underneath looked just like the fondant ribbon, so for all they know, it was an effect I added, lol. I will explain if she asks, but I don't think it would have been greatly noticed. Now you couldn't do this if say it was a blue cake and you had to change it to red, but creams are a bit more easier to cover.