I won’t get to post the how-to tutorial, until Thursday or Friday, but I wanted to share pictures of the finished product with you, this afternoon. Using some fantastic tools from Wilton, I was able to make our daughter’s wedding cake. It was a beautiful success, fairly simple to complete and helped us keep this wedding under our $2000 budget. Yes, we managed a frugal and yet, wonderful wedding at less than 1/10 the national average for weddings. I’ll be sharing some of our tips in a later post. ( If you missed my first two posts with the fantastic white cake recipe and the decorating of the sheet cakes, be sure to check those out, too. ) Be watching for those, and in the meantime, I hope you enjoy these snapshots of the cake I baked for our daughter and son-in-law’s wedding celebration. (Right click your mouse on either photo and select View Image to see the pictures full-size.) We were very fortunate to have such a great photographer, Mary Hubbard, from Breaking the Surface Photography. She creates exceptional photo memories at an affordable price. I highly recommend her services.
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