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My Sister's Wedding Cake

I was very honoured to be asked to make the wedding cake for my sister Carly and my new brother-in-law Mark's wedding. Back in October last year at their engagement party they asked me and I set to work coming up with different design ideas. Carly's dress had beautiful lace detail so she wanted some lace to be incorporated into the cake.
After visiting the florist with them to choose their wedding flowers we also decided to incorporate the wedding flowers into the cake design. The flowers were amnesia roses, avalanche roses, sweet avalanche roses, ocean song roses and freesia. 

I also made all the favours for each guest at the wedding. Each guest received a bride or groom cake pop. These were also used as place settings. Each of the name tags had a lilac lace patterned background. 

 Congratulations Carly and Mark!


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