So many wedding wrecks happen when a bride asks for a fondant design done in buttercream - but what happens when it's the opposite? LET'S FIND OUT.
Here's the buttercream design one bride ordered for her wedding:
She had a Fall theme, so her one stipulation: NO ROSES.
Which is kind of ironic, since the store-bought roses ended up being the best part!
Now if only the baker had purchased the whole cake from a store, am I right?
Oh! Hey! I just had a great idea:
1) Take orders
2) Give the orders to a real bakery
You've got to love this gorgeous butterfly cake. GOT TO.
Adrianna M. certainly did, and ordered one just like it for her wedding - albeit with a few color changes.
Not sure which colors you asked for, Adrianna, but I'm seeing red.
And finally, Janice H. submitted her daughter's wedding cake with the plea, "Please! Stop laughing. IT STILL HURTS."
Yep, the wedding was just a few months ago, so let's try to be respectful of the lady's pain, ok, guys?
Ok. Here goes:
They ordered this style in purple, with gold ruffles:
So if you're wondering what the dirty spot near the bottom is, that's the "gold" part:
I'm... I'm not laughing, Janice. I'm NOT.
I can't speak for the rest of these yahoos, though. Tch. SO RUDE.
Thanks to Patty S., Adrianna M., & Janice H. for the bridal tiers.