It was huge and would easily feed 120 people, only the top tier was eaten at the wedding of 50, just to give you an idea of it’s size. That said, at the end of the night the second layer got dug into when people demanded seconds. Then the night after the wedding the Bride & Groom had a BBQ and served up the rest. My godson couldn’t get enough and didn’t miss a crumb. Made his Aunty Lelle (that’s me) so proud.
Isn’t their cake topper so elegant. Two white ceramic doves canoodling. I’d like them in my house as an ornament. The Singapore Orchids match those in her bouquet and were thrown on the cake without too much forethought as I was still putting them on the cake at the reception when the Bride & Groom made their entrance… I know, cutting it fine. The end result was that everyone loved it, it tasted gorgeous and the Bride was happy and that’s all that matters.
I don’t have anymore photos to share of the trip (had to beg the bride for this photo) as I did a totally “Baby Brain” thing… I left my camera in Darwin. Thankfully at my friends house, not on a park bench or anything like that, but still distressing. Her sister is actually coming to my town this weekend as her grandma lives nearby and she’s bringing it down for me when she visits… THANK GOODNESS. So you’ll all just have to wait for the rest of the Darwin story and photos.