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I made this cake for my neices bridal shower last september. The colors the light blue and violet were her wedding colors.
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By cocakedecorator
Apr 13, 2005
14" round- Bride's White Cake; 10" round- Buttermilk Devil's Food Cake; 9" heart- Chocolate Amaretto Cake; all filled with Raspberry filling (ladycakes.com) all iced with Buttercream/White Chocolate icing. The pink is from the filling- I had a little disaster with the big cake, so I made it look like I did it one purpose. Got a lot of compliments on it (*sigh* if they only knew)
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By m0use
Apr 13, 2005
3 single layer tiered cake with roses spilling down from the top to bottom.
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By ntertayneme
Apr 13, 2005
these cupcakes go with the teapot bridal shower cake. Daisy's, roses and violets made ahead with royal icing.
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By Susan94
Apr 22, 2005
This cake was for a fall bridal shower. It is suppose to resemble wedding gifts.
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By traci
May 8, 2005
11 X 15 marble cake with strawberry filling iced in buttercream.  Gotta love those Viva paper towels!  I got the idea from another website unfortunately I cannot remember which one...
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By tripletmom
May 24, 2005
These were sets of cookies I made for a bridal shower tomorrow. The cookies are Vanilla squares, Chocolate watering cans, Lemon hearts & Spiced Gingerbread umbrellas. All royal icing.
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By antonia74
Dec 2, 2006
Vanilla cake with cream cheese frosting.  Basketweave for the surface area surrounds a rope-outlined heart with the names of the happy couple...plus a few lavendar roses to complete the look.
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By KC2BeAgain
Jun 4, 2005
This was my first attempt at a present cake. It was for a bridal shower. The smaller square was chocolate cake and the larger was vanilla. It is iced and decorated in buttercream. The orchids are silk and mirror the ones to be used in the bride's bouquet. The silver beads above the border were purchased from Michael's--they gave me lots of trouble!Although I was happy with the way it turned out, I had a tough time trying to figure out how to do the ribbon. Any good tips on this would be greatly appreciated!
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By Michele25
Jun 8, 2005
I made this cake for a coworker.  The bride and groom met via internet dating service.  They had a country wedding theme.  The border and lasso is fondant.  Candy melts for the bells and royal icing daisies.  Devil's Food cake with Wilton's extra special buttercream icing.
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By sweetbaker
Jun 27, 2005
11 X 15 chocolate cake with raspberry buttercream filling, iced with buttercream with organza bow.  Bright but yummy!
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By tripletmom
Jun 27, 2005
This is the second one from last week.  For a small bridal shower.  All they said was 9 x 13 and her colors are yellow and green. (they did give me a swatch)  Thanks for looking
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By charlieinMO
Jul 17, 2005
A simple, bridal shower cake I made for a friend. It's french vanilla cake with strawberry filling and whipped cream frosting. Everyone loved it!
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By marv
Jul 28, 2005
Well, here is my bridal shower cake I made for my SIL.  This was my version of the cake on the insert of the 11X15 Performance pan.  I wiped off the names twice and finally got it somewhat presentable.  The first time I wiped it off it was fine.  The second time I wiped it off it messed up the icing!:(
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By fytar
Aug 1, 2005
Ok...this is my first official cake ...I got the idea from Wilton's Celebrating with Fondant book.  I did this for my sisters bridal shower.  The cake and flowers are all made from fondant.  I had a lot of fun putting it all together.
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By cakes4fun
Aug 15, 2005
The wedding invitation had a bride and a groom building a sandcastle, so when I was asked to do the bridal shower cake, I was inspired! :) Bride and Groom are from the Celebrate with Fondant book from Wilton. Sandcastle mold is from Williams-Sonoma. Sand is crushed vanilla wafers and raw sugar. Seashells are white chocolate brushed with luster dust
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By thecakegirl
Aug 19, 2005
This is for a bridal shower...made with MMF!  Crown is plastic!  hee hee I cheated on that part!
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By jdogga
Aug 26, 2005
This is another cake that I did that duplicates the invitation.  This was done for a friend's bridal shower and bacherlorette party.  She loved the cake.  It turned everyone's mouths black though.
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By luv2cake
Sep 2, 2005
This was almost a complete nighmare.  It is a red velvet cake with cream cheese icing. Unfortunately it was not the crusting cream cheese icing and it was so hard to work with and try to get smooth.  The stripes are made of MMF which wanted to break when I picked up the strips to put ont he cake.  I think the MMF was too soft because of all the color I had to add to achieve the correct red and black colors.
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By luv2cake
Sep 2, 2005
9x13, 2-layer white cake with buttercream icing and royal icing flowers
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By KrazyKross
Sep 2, 2005
Made foe a friend's Bridal Shower.  I am not pleased with them.. but that could be because of the DRAMA surrounding their getting made... The Bride and Groom (and everyone else at the shower) however LOVE LOVE LOVED them!!! Yeah! And this was my first PAID order! YIPPEEE!!!! I got called so they could tell me how yummy they were! All green and pink and two minis are chocolate with strawberry/rum cream filling, the white center is a BROWNIE (for the groom who hates cake). All BC icing. Roses are striped!
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By AndiSue
Sep 24, 2005
Purple buttercream tiered shower cake with handmade sugar calla lilies.
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By KerryJo
Sep 26, 2005
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By maddog
Oct 7, 2005
Colorful rolled fondant cake I made while on a trip to Russia. We had to find glucose, but were able to make the entire thing from scratch ingredients as usual. Great cake for a bridal shower.
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By Cynch
Oct 27, 2005
This is my second decorated cake!  I had such a blast!  My first one was for a children's cake raffle for hallowe'en - it's a jack'o'lanter (Wacko Jacko - in the Hallowe'en section!)  This was made "Just for fun!"
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By isacrowe
Nov 11, 2005
I made this cake for a Paris-inspired wedding shower.  I had a gold and crystal Eiffel tower ornament that I wanted to include (on top of the puffed heart cake).  The stacked cakes are covered in fondant and decorated with chocolate-covered tuxedo and dress strawberries, as well as fondant roses.  Sorry the details are so difficult to see!
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By laneysmom
Nov 14, 2005
This was my first stacked cake (this is also my first picture on this site).  I made it for one of my best friends bridal shower in August.  All three layers are Lemon with raspberry filling.  All bc.  It was a hit.  Thanks to psurrette for her help!
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By suepre
Nov 15, 2005
This cake was made for someone my sister works with.  She was getting married on some island so my sister and her co-workers wanted a beach themed cake.  The writing on the cake says "Eat, Drink and Be Married" (this was also on her wedding invitations).  The cake was F.Vanilla with Almond Buttercream frosting.  All the shells and the palm trees were made from chocolate.  I also used sanding sugar for the beach.
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By suepre
Nov 15, 2005
Stawberry cake with buttercream under the fondant.
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By MontiBellesBakery
Nov 20, 2005
2nd beach themed cake and much easier then the 1st. (Used fondant to make trees, flower, shells, etc.- very time consuming!).  This was fun to do and the bride to be loved it.  You can't tell in the pic but I used the edible glitter and the "sand" looked very real.
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By jewels625
Jan 17, 2006
I made this cake for a friend's bridal shower.  They were getting married on the beach, so I found it appropriate.
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By cookielady1
Jan 26, 2006
I made this cake for a rubber stamping club meeting, but it could be used for anything.  The flowers are royal, everything else is buttercream.
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By dickson98
Jan 30, 2006
This is another cake that I did for a rubber stamping club meeting.  I had a lot of fun with this cake.  (Having two boys, I don't get to do many "girly" things.)  The icing is buttercream and the flowers are royal.
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By dickson98
Jan 30, 2006
I just finished my first cake for an event.  I've only made one other cake outside of class and it was just for practice.  I definitely feel very "new" at this because it took me forever to finish and it's such a simple cake.  I used the party napkin (pictured behind) for the theme of the cake.  I can't wait until some of these techniques become second nature.  Cake iced completely in buttercream.
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By StephanieB
Feb 4, 2006
My design for a bridal shower for my friend.
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By barbie78
Feb 5, 2006
As a PChef Consultant, we do many events and have a wedding registry I was asked to make this cake for a Bridal Show happening this weekend... I just used what I had around the house except for the lacy got that from mom... But the cake and all was just a throw together since no one will be eating it...
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By kristingeorge
Feb 8, 2006
Sorry, this is in B/W.  In all the craziness of the day, I lost my color fim roll.  The handle and spout are made from a cookie.  The bootom of the teapot is blue  and the top is white.  The decorations are done in piped blue and white with pearl dust painted on with a paintbrush.
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By SHenyd
Feb 13, 2006
I lost my color film roll and my friend gave me this picture.  She only uses B/W fim.  I mad this table to go along with the teapot.  It has a rolled fondant tablecloth in a pal blue.  I made the teacups out of cupcakes and the handles were wire covered in floral tape.  They had a layer of pudding on the top to look like coffee.  I took the invitation, deleted the info, miniaturized it and placed it on the table.
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By SHenyd
Feb 13, 2006
My first cake since I had my baby girl in December.  It has fondant bows and roses.   The icing is butter cream.  I got the idea from a similar cake on this site. Thanks!
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By Carriemyvoice
Feb 22, 2006
Cupcake Shower Tree
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By suzyqqq27
Apr 13, 2005

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