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Fake Cake: Genius.

Meet this woman.  Her name is Kimberly Aya.

If it were up to me, she would win the Nobel Peace Prize.

I’ve jumped ahead of myself again, haven’t I?  To take a cue from Sophia from the Golden Girls:  “Picture it…your wedding…2008. You’re on a tight budget.  You have so many family and friends you would like to invite.  So many design ideas.  So many food selections. You don’t know where to draw the line…..”

Kimberly Aya of Fun Cakes can rent your wedding cake masterpiece dressed in decadent fondant and styrofoam all for the hefty price of $100…plus shipping.  You get your dream cake, without the cost! We’ve all told brides before to have a smal cake in their favorite design for picture and design purposes and serve guests from a sheet cake kept in the kitchen. This has always been an agreeable idea, as the sheet cake is flavored in the same specifications as the “tiny cake”.  Now you don’t even need two cakes! You can have the huge cake you’ve drooled over since you bought your first bridal magazine (you’re on number 568 now, aren’t you?) and get to have the taste that you want! You can literally have your cake and eat it too. 

Fun Cakes does ship nationwide and Kim can even hide a piece of real cake in the bottom layer so that you can still cut the cake and exchange bites. (If you won’t tell, we won’t tell!)

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  • How cool is this!! That is such a great idea. It should totally save money for lots of brides. Guests don’t remember what your cake looks like afterwards anyway, they remember the taste!

    July 23, 2007 at 1:46 pm
  • Gabrielle

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    LOVE IT!!!

    August 7, 2007 at 4:02 pm

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