Camo and Ammo Wedding Cake

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Camo and Ammo Wedding Cake

by Katrena Martin
(Moscow, Texas)

Camo  Wedding Cake

Camo Wedding Cake

This was my first wedding cake...to my shock the couple wanted camo! I made a three tier classic white cake using the 8, 10, and 12" round pans from Wilton. I baked the cakes the night before the wedding, let sit overnight.

The day of the wedding I leveled the cakes, placed them on cardboard rounds, inserted wooden dowels for support. I made buttercream icing and colored it "juniper" green.

I iced each cake and attached camo ribbon around the bottom of each layer (the ribbon matched the brides dress).

On-site, I stacked the three cakes, applied dark orange silk flowers and camo bows. I also used red shotgun shells for decor, each shell was hand painted with the brides name, grooms name and wedding date.

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Jan 08, 2011
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by: Kelly Little-Smalley

Oh this is nice! Very cute!!!!

I love it! I had a hunting couple on my own cake but it was a fall theme instead of camo....but I would have loved the camo but my hubby wanted fall leaves.

You did a great job!!!!

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