Skip to comments.When Brides Have No Budget (Or Taste) (Bizarre wedding cake)
Posted on 11/05/2010 9:01:06 PM PDT by tlb
Obviously someone needed to rein in this woman during the wedding planning. What kind of ego does it require to commission a life-sized replica of yourself in cake? But what really baffles me is this: the details are exact right down to the hair clip, so what the heck is UP with that tacky red rick-rack down the skirt of the cake? "Sure, we hand-painted a matching bodice-design, copied the make-up and hairstyle, and have identical veils - but then we thought this giant rick-rack would add just the right extra touch!" ?!?
Obviously Bridezilla shares my opinion: she's eying that red trim with murder in her eyes.
Happened in Dallas. Over 160 comments to this story at the source.
The bride gave an interview to the local news station saying that notwithstanding her expression in the photo, she was thrilled with the cake. She had wanted this sort of wedding cake since she was a child.
Another comment: "I saw an update somewhere, wish I could remember where, that said it took the bride's family something like four months to finish eating all the cake leftover from that reception. My thought was, again, "Ewwww...who keeps eating the same cake for four months?"
Uhhhh, good luck with her buddy. I feel for ya.
Let me guess, translucent green plastic slippers under the dress.
All the class of dried snot on a sleeve.
I’m not gonna go there...I’m not gonna go there. Even if you put it in the freezer for a year, someone, I repeat someone would be burned out on that cake.
you know, whoever made that cake was damn good at what they do.
...what would Freud say?
hey I like it ;-) But she could have saved money by just having herself inserted into a cake. Could have even jumped out. Hubby would like that too.
Their previous experience was at a funeral home?
*She looks so natural*
They're good at enabling narcissists?
You folks are missing the most important point of this story, which is that the young woman is GETTING MARRIED (hopefully to a man).
I’ll just leave it at that.
Gee, and I usually like chocolate cake.
Same sort of people who'd order a cake like that in the first place...
Isn’t it tradition to keep the top tier in the freezer for a year or something like that? Also, this story is familiar - is it the same one posted a few years ago?
Yes, but she does NOT look happy and he is OLD. May be the money.
Only a couple of years ago....May 2008.
Looks like they were overly generous in the booby department.
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