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Here's our cake. We bought the edible peacock feathers from a vendor named Sugarbot on Etsy. I gave them to the wedding coordinator to put on the cake and she didn't know how. When we got to the reception the cake only had our topper and the feathers were sort of attached but flapping in the wind because the coordinator had only affixed them on the tip. It didn't take rocket science to figure out that the feathers could easily be pressed against the cake and actually be held on by the frosting, so in haste, my mom and I pushed them into the cake. By the time we had done that however, the beach was extremely windy and they were blowing around, hence the gaps. I didn't even care to be honest lol but my mom added it to her list of reasons why we shouldn't have had a destination wedding.

 

 

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My wedding is still a year away but I haven't been able to help myself.. I've already done tons of research and know what I want. blush2.gif

These are my inspiration pics, the first one is my favorite (and probably not too difficult to do?). I'm really not big on elaborate cakes and my fiancé doesn't even care if we have one or not. rolleyes.gif

 

 

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These are beautiful! And your wedding is in Tuscany, how romantic! I'm envious. ;) Congrats!

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Here's our cake and cupcake tower! For those we used Zaida of Dolcet bakery: http://www.zaidamarcos.com/

She was a pleasure to work with and I love what she did with the cupcakes. Sometimes it took a while for her to write back to my emails. That seems to be the norm down here in Mexico though, and I have come to accept it. :) The lace cupcake wrappers were bought on Ebay and I gave them to her to set up when she delivered the cupcakes.

 

We also had cotton candy which was stuck into our vintage trunk on a pole. We got this from a local vendor in town. The cotton candy held up through the night but by the morning the leftovers were a plastic bag of melted, wet sugar!

 

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Here's our cake and cupcake tower! For those we used Zaida of Dolcet bakery: http://www.zaidamarcos.com/ She was a pleasure to work with and I love what she did with the cupcakes. Sometimes it took a while for her to write back to my emails. That seems to be the norm down here in Mexico though, and I have come to accept it. :) The lace cupcake wrappers were bought on Ebay and I gave them to her to set up when she delivered the cupcakes. We also had cotton candy which was stuck into our vintage trunk on a pole. We got this from a local vendor in town. The cotton candy held up through the night but by the morning the leftovers were a plastic bag of melted, wet sugar! LL LL LL LL LL
Love this!!!

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We had individual wedding cakes at our wedding.

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I love these!

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Here's our cake and cupcake tower! For those we used Zaida of Dolcet bakery: http://www.zaidamarcos.com/

She was a pleasure to work with and I love what she did with the cupcakes. Sometimes it took a while for her to write back to my emails. That seems to be the norm down here in Mexico though, and I have come to accept it. :) The lace cupcake wrappers were bought on Ebay and I gave them to her to set up when she delivered the cupcakes.

 

We also had cotton candy which was stuck into our vintage trunk on a pole. We got this from a local vendor in town. The cotton candy held up through the night but by the morning the leftovers were a plastic bag of melted, wet sugar!

 

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So fun! I love it!

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