Tuesday, December 16


Here's a wedding I forgot to show you. I didn't get good pix of everything, but the centerpiece photos came out okay. This was Mel's wedding at Treyburn Country Club in Durham. The color scheme was chocolate brown and Tiffany blue.


Here's the youngest cake baker I've ever known...no...just teasing. She's the esteemed helper (daughter) of the baker. They weren't finished decorating, obviously, but we had to leave before that happened. I loved the little marzipan statues for the top of the cake, which included two dogs belonging to the bride and groom. (Detail below). I think the groom was a chef.

9 comments:

Beverly said...

I love the colors! That baker's daughter certainly looks like she knows what she's doing.

The dogs are just too cute!

Grannymar said...

Unusual decoration but cute!

Olyal said...

Fabulous looking cake!! It would almost be a shame to cut it!!!

Interesting colour scheme with the chocolate and "tiffany" blue...

Mojo said...

When my brother got married the bridesmaids' dresses were black and they all had calla lilies like these. I laughed up my sleeve thinking how ironic it was that everyone was wearing black and carrying lilies. Shows what I know.

"gyzing"... isn't that some kind of obstetrical exam?

JeanMac said...

I like the colors.

Fran aka Redondowriter said...

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Mar said...

I have never seen these colors for a wedding, it looks nice, though!

Love the marzipan figures for the cake, just darling!!

Tabor said...

Looks like a very Zen wedding. Interesting colors and I like the little marzipan dogs!

PI said...

Certainly not your conventional wedding cake but nothing wrong with that. I've learned a new colour.