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May 03, 2007



It is indeed a beautiful cake and I can only imagine how you felt.

Butta Buns

Yes it is a lovely cake, regardless of the color mix up.
And don't be so hard on yourself!

Is there a post here about how you make the flowers? How long does it take to make a dozen or so of them?


The flowers and cake are gorgeous. And maybe they will serve as a reminder to the bride that as a wife, things will not always be exactly as you might like, but they might be pretty damn good anyway.


That's too bad that the bride didn't see what a gorgeous job you did.


Butta Buns--I haven't done any posts yet about the flowers but I will soon. I was thinking about making some roses to have and when I do I'll take step by step photos.

Kt--That's a good way to look at it. Hope she was that positive. But still. It wasn't exactly what she ordered so it's not her fault. It was mine.

Sher--and it's okay. Everyone else did. I think she only saw her disappointment and I don't blame her on that.


That is a gorgeous cake...absolutely gorgeous.
Some brides get so crazy at their wedding. Does it really matter what color the flowers were in the whole scheme of things? Nope!
You did a beautiful job.


Kristen--thank you so much. But really. I do understand that she didn't get what she ordered and that was my fault. It was beautiful but it's not exactly what she ordered. I feel bad about that.


The cake is GORGEOUS! Any bride should be so lucky to have such a beautiful work of edible art at their wedding. But you know how bride's are . . .?


Di--thanks! And yes, it was a lovely cake but, really guys, it wasn't what she ordered so that was a screw up on my part. I don't blame her at all for being upset.

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