Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Princess Cake


Source: Lisa F - Bridal Shower, March 2012


40 comments:

  1. This is a cake?Really?It would be a pity to eat it!It is so nice!Blessings,my dear Carol!

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  2. Wow! how talented they look brilliant :-)

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  3. Wow, that is really something!

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  4. Did she actually cut that beautiful cake? Love the color of the bouquet.

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    1. She did! It's a chocolate layer cake inside! And it was good :)

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  5. Always thought these were cute! (Must be the little princess in me:@)

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  6. This cake brings back many memories. I had a princess cake at my bridal shower many years ago.

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  7. Okay, let us know. Once we start cutting into the cake, is she undressed???? Maybe this is better for a bachelor party. &(j/k)

    It's absolutely darling!

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  8. My granddaughter is having a bumblee bee theme cake and party but is wearing a princess floor length gown she picked out herself for her 3rd birthday. She put it on over jeans to show me last time i visited and stood up very straight and regally and glided across the room. She has a tiara and wand to go with it. I have the feeling she is going to want a princess cake just as soon as she discovers princess cakes.:) I'll have to send her the link to yours, its so beautiful.

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    1. Your granddaughter sounds adorable, a very happy birthday to her, sounds like a fun party! I didn't make the cake, my friend did, if you google Barbie Doll cakes, I think you'll find lots of recipes!

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  9. How neat! My mom had a very similar cake to this one for her bridal shower -- apparently they were once a specialty of my grandmother's! :) Very cute.

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  10. Pretty but I prefer that salmon recipe below. yummy!

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  11. That is such a beautiful cake! I don't think I would have been able to cut into it!

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  12. Beautiful!
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  13. That's a really lovely princess cake. Did it take a long time to make?

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    1. I don't know, a friend of mine made it for her soon to be DIL's bridal shower. I know she practiced a bit with the fondant and the frosting decoration. I know it didn't take us long to eat it, it was good :)

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    2. It took a couple of hours to do. This was my first try at fondant, luckily youtube has lots of how to videos.

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  14. Now that's really splendid! Bet it tastes as good as it looks.

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  15. Cakes are getting more and more elaborate! But I haven't met one yet that was too pretty to eat.

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  16. Wow, so pretty. I would hate to ruin the cake by eating it.

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  17. That's a beautiful cake, and I love the colors!

    I did crochet a dress for a Barbie Doll and I gave it to my friend's daughter's quincenera. It was placed on top of the cake.

    Now that I am blogging and in to photography, no more time to do my crafts.

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  18. Impressive. I think it would be hard to be the first person to try and eat it.

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    1. yes, that first slice had to be difficult, LOL! But then the doll came out and it was a regular looking cake again.

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  19. I remember seeing this many years ago at a Bridal shower; adorable.
    Rita

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  20. How cute - and perfect for a bridal shower.

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  21. OMG, I totally forgot that I made a cake like that for one of my daughters birthday when she was little - but mine wasn't nearly as perfect as yours!

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  22. Always wanted a big hooped skirted dress like that!! Beautiful job!

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  23. Aww wow! I would feel bad eating that, it's so pretty!

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  24. it is lovely! It would be just perfect for a little girl's birthday

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  25. That is so beautiful! A dear lovely lady made one just like that for my wedding shower. You did a GREAT job!

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  26. I love that, beautiful:)

    Visiting for Wordless Wednesday- hope you can stop by:)

    http://www.sweetposh.info/2012/03/belted-nylon-puffer.html

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