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post #61 of 69
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Originally Posted by Brettley View Post

This was my favorite. I was given complete design control of this cake. The bride told me the cake was to be vintage theme with soft pink and cream colors. She sent over a picture of her dress, and a few other accent pieces for the wedding and this is what I came up with! Everyone LOVED it! I get to re-create similar designs again a few times for the 2013 wedding season,

 

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A very beautiful cake & so perfect!

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post #62 of 69

Absolutely stunning Brettley.
 

post #63 of 69

Such beautiful cakes! It truly has been inspiring for a novice like me. I've only decorated a handful of cakes and these are my favorites for 2012.

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post #64 of 69

Thank you :0)

post #65 of 69

This is my favorite cake for 2012 because it was made for a very good friends oldest daughters wedding,( the first one to marry of her 5 girls), I have had the opportunity to make all of their birthday cakes as children so was delighted when the bride contacted me for her wedding cake. Not a technically challenging cake but was thrilled with how keeping it monochromatic allowed me to put her favorite elements together in one cake, and it fit in perfectly with her decor and colors. It was also the first time I have finished the board and am now a convert on how it truly does finish off a cake.

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This would be my next favorite because it is always great to see the reaction from the teenagers that receive this cake when celebrating their 16th birthdays and becoming of age to drive.

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post #66 of 69

Two favorites:

 

First is an anniversary cake. I was given a photo of the original wedding cake and told to have fun with it. Original was white with black swirls, so I reversed it and added flowers that matched the brides bouquet.

 

Anniversary cake covered in dark chocolate ganache with white chocolate scrollwork. Gumpaste roses and carnations.

 

 

 

Second was a shower cake for triplets (the couple already have one son, the green little bird!). The cake took on a life of it's own and wound up over 6" high :)

 

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post #67 of 69

Thank you!!!!

A compromise is the art of dividing a cake in such a way that everyone believes he has the biggest piece.

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Well-Dressed-Cakes-by-Brett/200852383318927

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A compromise is the art of dividing a cake in such a way that everyone believes he has the biggest piece.

 

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Well-Dressed-Cakes-by-Brett/200852383318927

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post #68 of 69
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Originally Posted by superstar View Post

I think it is really lovely, you did such a great job on the design & execution!!

Thank you :0)

post #69 of 69

Love this cake, very vintage, great!!!

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