9.07.2008

Mrs. K...This One's For You!


47 And Starting Over had a photo of her friend's wedding cake posted on her blog and I HAD to share it with you. How cool is this?
I love the Adirondack chairs and the dune fence. I wonder what they used for the sand?
Pretty darn awesome.


13 comments:

georgie said...

i saw that cake over on jules blog....it made my day...it's so unique...ima gonna go get lost in your blog if thats ok? thanks for stoppin by mine...

Lane Boyz Mom said...

OMG that is soooo cool!!! I'd be willing to PAY good money for that, since I know for a fact I couldn't begin to reproduce it myself, lol

Mrs.D said...

the sand is sugar! cool cake!

Mrs. K said...

oh how cute! the sand could be cane sugar or graham crackers (crushed of course)- very cool!

beach mama said...

I LOVE IT!!! My cake had 5 tiers and had white chocolate shells cascading down the side of it. My whole wedding was beach themed. Maybe next April for my 6 year anniversary I will did out the pictures and post them.

The Rauths said...

the sand is sugar...either sugar in the raw or colored sugar. you can get yummy colored sugar from sur la table!

Brie said...

I think the "sand" is turbinado sugar. My sister made an awesome sandcastle cake this summer and that's what she used for the sand!

That cake is awesome!

Belle said...

That cake is pretty amazing.

KHE said...

yep, it's turbinado sugar. I made a sand castle cake once with williams sonoma pans and that came with it. We decorated it with shells that we found on the beach. It was for a special birthday b/c usually it's me and duncan hines brownie mix.

Julie said...

The sand was just graham cracker crumbs, and all the shells were white chocolate! The wedding was out at a yacht club so it was the perfect cake for a beachy themed event!

Anonymous said...

I've seen cakes like that...the sand is probably graham crackers.

KSK said...

that is the COOLEST wedding cake EVER!

p.s. my blog is not private ;)

pinkpolkadotaa said...

One of my friends made a beach cake for her son's birthday and used brown sugar for the sand, it looked so real!

 
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