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Lock & Key Wedding Cake

 A 4-tier wedding cake delivered to Grange Hotel, Grange over sands for the wedding of Cenedra and Lewis. The cake featured petal ruffles and a grey tier to match the colour of the bridesmaids dresses. Stripes in white and pale yellow to match the bridesmaids flowers, a sugar peony to match the brides bouquet and and grey satin bow with a silver padlock and key to match the table settings. 

The cake looked beautiful set up in the reception room and co-ordinated beautifully with the theme of the wedding. The flavours of this cake were chocolate, vanilla, white chocolate and passionfruit and rich fruit cake.

Wedding Cake and photograph by Sugar Ruffles

Wedding Cake by Sugar Ruffles
Photograph by Steve Hillman Photography
 Flowers by Posh Flowers

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  1. Awwww Lovely...

    This is yummy...

    Well, it is truly lovely to see such beautiful cake

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