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Lace wedding cake with ivory & amnesia roses

A lace wedding cake with ivory and amnesia roses by delivered to Ambleside Parish Centre for the wedding of Laura and Luke. The flavours of this cake were rich fruit cake, coffee cake, carrot cake and dark chocolate cake.





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  1. This cake is so beautiful.
    Something I want for my next anniversary party.

    Thank you,
    Ellya

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  2. Hi this is amazing, can you send me a price for one of these, thankyou

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    1. Hi Faye, I would be happy to send you a quote. Can you let me know a way to contact you e.g email address or you can contact me at sugarruffles@yahoo.co.uk and I'll get back to you. Thanks Charlotte

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