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wedding cake

The cake served at a wedding reception. It is traditionally tiered and elaborately-decorated, and usually is ceremonially cut by the newlyweds, who then feed the first slice to each other. Did you see the eight-tiered wedding cake? It's beautiful! Jim and Julie are going to cut their wedding cake now!
See also: cake, wedding
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The wedding cake by Chef David Socrates of Marriott Manila contained a lighted Eiffel Tower where the groom proposed, the facade of Magallanes Church where the couple met, and the lyrics to the couple's wedding song All You Need is Love.
Emma's Things Are Looking Up wedding cake for a bride and groom who met when he was on scaffolding on the British Legion building and she was walking past.
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Her specialty was custom wedding cakes of all prices, sizes and shapes, often hitting the $15,000 mark for gross monthly sales, keeping her kitchen hopping.
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She never freezes her cakes, so every wedding cake is guaranteed to be fresh for her brides.
One of the most challenging was an upside down wedding cake, which hangs up.
The 59-year-old was one of a small number of employees of the firm who were sent a piece of the royal wedding cake to thank them for their work on a specially commissioned presentation tin.
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If Jack can't make wedding cakes, he can't continue to support his family.
IF IT SPARKLES, I LIKE IT," confides pastry chef and wedding cake designer Lyndsy McDonald.
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The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) introduces an innovative new service for brides-to-be of the luxury hotel, whereby each bride is invited to work with French Pastry Chef, and talented craftsman, Guillaume Marchand, to create the wedding cake of their dreams.
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