You guys keep asking for 'em, so who am I to deprive you of some rich schadenfreude?
What the bride wanted:
Personally I think the dripping ganache thing looks a little Sylar-esque, but it turns out that's intentional; the happy couple planned to use a Corpse Bride topper, and so wanted an elegant Gothic vibe.
Instead, they got more of a dumpy glazed-doughnut vibe:
[snickering] I'm sorry, but I think I'm in love with this photo. As you scroll down, first you see the incredulous expression on the bride's face (she's the one in green), and then...THE WRECK. Hah! Hoo boy, that's good stuff. In fact, I've been amusing myself by picturing a little thought bubble over her head, and filling in the blanks*. Hehheheh.
Fortunately she didn't let it ruin her big day, though: you can read the bride's account of everything on her blog here.
And here's a better view of the Wreckage:
Niiiice. That chocolate looks positively...crinkly. On the (literal) bright side, though, the blindingly reflective "rose leaves" prevented any of the guests from looking directly at the cake. See, Christiana M.? There's a silver lining to everything!
*But why should I have all the fun? Give me your best caption in the comments. The one that makes John giggle 'til he snorts wins!