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Trevi Fountain Cake

Back in August 2018 my cousin Elaine and her husband Wes got married.. It was an amazing wedding! I am honoured to be one of the two matron of honours for my cousin Elaine.
NAILED IT!!! After months of designing, planning remaking the figurines and approximately 60 hours of sculpting, baking, and decorating time. The cake is here at @jobchoa and @elainevill 's wedding reception. My version of Trevi Fountain cake.   Why the Trevi Fountain you ask?  Its because it is where they got engaged!

The cake is not very big.  It was a 2 layer 12" cake.  I trimmed the front to create steps.  I also made cupcakes enough for 200 people.

Rice crispy base



The beginning of Neptune's statue.  

My cousin Elaine the bride, and My cousin Eli 

Eli my co-matron of honour

The rest of the bridesmaids!


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