All Tied Up

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

This charming cake is dressed up in fondant that mimics the look of vintage floral fabrics; wouldn't it be a darling way to use the fabric of your bridesmaids' dresses or your tablecloths in an unexpected place? I love the idea of incorporating your favorite details and prints everywhere, including your wedding cake!

33 comments:

  1. me wants! ^^
    but I would feel sorry to eat it. it`s too pretty.

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  2. that is an unforgettable cake! oh martha stewart, is there anything she can't do?

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  3. Wow gorgeous! I love when the cake mimics other details. That one really is fantastic!

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  4. What a sweet idea! Leave it to Martha. Now I'm kind of wishing I could have a Christmas wedding too!

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  5. super pretty! i agree it looks WAY too pretty to eat!

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  6. ugh I love the creative ideas people have! I swear each time I see something on your blog I think, "THIS is so me". "No.. wait.. THIS is sooo me!"

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  7. ahh that is SO pretty! what a great idea!

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  8. i adore the spools of thread and pins on the side. the marketing of this cake is fantastic. :) and yes, I would love to make it into fabric. i envision a delicate make up bag or even a purse to wear with a red sweater and matching pearls. :)gina

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  9. That is incredibly gorgeous! I love it!

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    I love it!
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  11. I agree that it looks just too pretty to eat! Love the colors for this time of year. xo

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  12. What a great cake idea!! Love this dear! xo

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  13. That is pretty adorable (if only I liked fondant now).

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  14. Ah I just love this cake picture so much!

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  15. this looks beautiful as it must be delicious :) martha does it again!

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  16. So cute! And Martha Stewart weddings? I need to check that out asap? I had no idea she was in the wedding business too!

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  17. every time i see one of these i can't help but imagine the countless hours of work they take!

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  18. oh my word. i can't with this cake! It's just soooo....lovely.

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  19. Love this cake - almost too pretty / cute to eat!

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  20. Ooh, so pretty! Is the ribbon made of fondant as well? I agree, this is a great way to bring in special bridesmaid dress or table fabrics.

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  21. Ooh, so pretty! Is the ribbon made of fondant as well? I agree, this is a great way to bring in special bridesmaid dress or table fabrics.

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  22. Charming!!!!
    LauraòRicevereconStile

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