Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Airplane Cake

How do you combine a retirement cake and a wedding anniversary cake?

The couple was celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary and the husband was also retiring as an Air Canada pilot.  This is what their daughter surprised them with at their party.
 The airplane and top tier was vanilla butter cake and bottom tier was chocolate velvet cake.
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13 comments:

Нели said...

ЕЕЕЕЕЕЕ! Страхотно!

Jenniffer said...

Wow, I love this cake and your airplane came out really great!

Cakes by Erin said...

AWESOME JOB!!!

BeautyParler said...

That looks so good & yummy! As a AC flight attendant I admire a good plane;)

Barbara said...

The cake looks very elegant.

giovanna said...

looks great! congrats!

The Cakerator said...

Love it!

Pink Little Cake said...

What a great airplane, did it take you to long to decorate?

SweetThingsTO said...

Hi Everyone - thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!

@PinkLittleCake - Yes, it was one of those cakes that took me longer than I thought. The plane seems like a simple shape, but I was very careful and slow with the carving.

GABI D. said...

Wonderful cake.Congratulation!!!!!

lyndsay said...

Heehee! Nice work Juanita, clever combo! You did a great job on the plane carving, too! Carving scares me...!

Brandy L said...

Juanita, that is an awesome cake! Amazing job.

Elizabeth said...

This is absolutely amazing!!