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I love all of the cake toppers here! It's going to take me forever to decide on just one that I like cheesy.gif

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Originally Posted by Katryne View Post

 

Obviously inspired by the lollipop workshop on etsy but just couldn't get myself to spend so much.. so this is my DIY version of it!  

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great job! do you have a tutorial on where you got your supplies and how you made it? it looks awesome!

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I found these on Etsy. com seller name dandelionland. I will post my personalized one once she is done with it. I just ordered them yesterday. She can personalize eye color hair color skin color suit and tie dress and veil Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size. Click the image to open in full size.
I love these!! How much were they? (If you dont mind me asking!)

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This was our cake topper! Our wedding was a vintage travel theme with nautical elements. We're actually going to get certified to sail on our honeymoon, and my husband has a few tattoos of ships, so we thought the ship was quite fitting. The ship in a bottle was purchased for $12 and I did the letters myself. I bought the wooden letters from Michael's, painted them and glued them to sticks.

 

I had a cute little cut out heart that I glued to a matchstick to put between the letters but it looks like our wedding planners missed it, or perhaps it was too short behind the ship. Who knows! Our cake was small and was on the top of our cupcake tower. I was so impressed with the fondant cupcakes by Zaida at Dolcet bakery too!

 

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the whole thing is beautiful! and your cake topper is so crafty! great work!

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I found an Etsy vendor who makes the cutest animal cake toppers! The store is called Buttonwilloe and the owner, Linda, is very responsive and nice! She custom-made our topper but even the toppers she has in the store (as well as the ornaments) are all reasonably-priced compared to other vendors. So adorable!!!

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We ordered this simple cake topper from etsy. It looked beautiful and classy on our cake! It also came with a stand so now we have it as a decoration on a bookshelf in our apartment :)

 

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