wedding cake

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wedding cake

n
(Cookery) a rich fruit cake, with one, two, or more tiers, covered with almond paste and decorated with royal icing, which is served at a wedding reception
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Noun1.wedding cake - a rich cake with two or more tiers and covered with frosting and decorationswedding cake - a rich cake with two or more tiers and covered with frosting and decorations; served at a wedding reception
cake - baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat
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Hochzeitstorte
References in classic literature ?
Of our being very sociably and simply happy (always in a dream though); and of Jip's having wedding cake, and its not agreeing with him afterwards.
And speaking of gratitude reminds me to mention that you may thank Hannah for saving your wedding cake from destruction.
The sacred fish course consisted (to the eyes of the vulgar) in a sort of monstrous pudding, about the size and shape of a wedding cake, in which some considerable number of interesting fishes had finally lost the shapes which God had given to them.
Wedding cakes can be pretty pricey, but if you cannot afford multi-tiered wedding cakes do not get it.
class="MsoNormalI think wedding cakes are like worshipped gods and only fall second place behind brides in weddings.
AN artisan cheese shop, which sells bespoke cheese wedding cakes, is opening its doors in Middlesbrough today.
I make the Christmas and summer party cakes for my daughter's school and I have made wedding cakes for four of my colleagues so i far.
Phillips likened himself to an artist and his wedding cakes to a "temporary sculpture celebrating the marriage." Because the government normally cannot constitutionally compel speech, a critical issue underlying Phillips's argument was the extent to which certain commercial actions--like baking a wedding cake for a paying customer--might amount to speech or expression protected by the First Amendment due to their artistic nature.
Lovingly made wedding cakes, sewed wedding dresses including bridesmaids for all her children.
Wedding cakes come in all shapes and sizes these days, even for Royals, but this is one of my absolute favourites and I love the simple, clean look.