Uh-Oh…

Look at what I found on Style Me Pretty. Just when I thought that I was set with a cake design, K. Rose Cakes tempts me with this lovely creation! Ribbons and silhouettes? (I’m even loving the flower-shaped tier for the base. I’ve never liked the look of mixed tiers!) For an indecisive girl like me, this is bad… very bad. Ha! Good thing we haven’t settled on a baker yet! :)

Which do you like best?

This cake:

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Or this cake:

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BLOGGER

Mrs. Yorkie

Location:
Miami
Wedding Date:
June 2009

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    Sweet10ve 157 posts, Blushing bee @ 4:45 pm

    I like the first one. It’s simple yet elegant. =)

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    bruschetta 5565 posts, Bee Keeper @ 9:42 am

    Oooo, the first! I’m all about the shape of that bottom tier. :-)

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    Ruby Slippers 509 posts, Busy bee @ 10:10 am

    First one!

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    shibaby 202 posts, Helper bee @ 11:15 am

    First one!

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    Mrs. Mouse 4725 posts, Honey bee @ 5:58 pm

    I like cake #1 minus the flower tier.

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    Firefighter_Prazs_Girl 801 posts, Busy bee @ 8:36 pm

    Yet again I vote for the first one!!!!! I love the first one I really do!!

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    ccruz 21 posts, Newbee @ 10:21 am

    i like cake #1… i am more of a simple kind of girl… but you can combine the two… the design of the first one with the cameos of the second one to give it a bolder look!

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    Kelly Merrill, Guest @ 8:40 pm

    The first one!

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    eileen marie 1644 posts, Bumble bee @ 12:44 am

    Damn you! I was so into monograms, now I just love the silhouettes! I think I LOVE the first cake with that awesome bottom tier. Plus the silhouettes aren’t overdone. I remember making silhouettes in grammar school for Mother’s Day! A month out, I can’t change my cake. Plus my baker is pain in the patootie.

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