You all know we have a "professional cakes only" policy here at CW, but when it comes to wedding cakes that can be a tough call. See, apparently most of you wreckporters feel a little awkward accosting the bride and demanding to know if her baker actually considers himself a professional. (Cowards.)
So, today, I'll let you guys decide. These really are all wedding cakes served at actual weddings, and in many cases the photographers claim to believe the baker was paid. For your sanity, though, you may want to go on believing someone's Aunt Sally made them as a last-minute "favor."
Needs more rose petals.
Is that...meat? And more importantly: if your cake looks like a giant meat slab, wouldn't you think about maybe slapping some frosting over that sucker?
Aw, now that's a shame; if only they had a few more bunches of fake flowers you wouldn't have to see the cake and tinfoil at ALL.
Does anyone else get the feeling this should be rotating and spraying water out of the swan's mouths?
And speaking of water...
Mmm. Wet tissue paper.
Proof that there aren't enough gaussian blurs and hazy vignettes in the world to make a wreck look like a Sweet.
(P.S. OH. MAH. GAWD.)
Thanks to Heather H., Michele T., Connie P., AG, Samantha B., Allli B., Jessica H., Zoe H., & Skye C., for providing nightmare fuel for future brides everywhere.
PS. Believe it or not, I actually DID wean out a few that were even worse than these, because, for example, the baker put the wedding cake on a rusty pie plate:
So I'm REALLY hoping that means it's homemade.
Still, the important thing to remember is that THIS IS A WEDDING CAKE.
And hey, put it on a regular cake board and I've totally seen worse.