Amazing cake

Wedding cake - I count six tiers of beauty that are carried out in a variety of textures, styles and patterns. The intricate piping is spot-on, and the overall look is elegance personified.

Amazing cake

Wedding cake - I count six tiers of beauty that are carried out in a variety of textures, styles and patterns. The intricate piping is spot-on, and the overall look is elegance personified.

KING GEORGE VI & THE QUEEN MUM  The official wedding cake of Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (later the Queen Mother) and then-Prince Albert, Duke of York, was put on display in Reading, England, prior to their April 26, 1923, nuptials. Hordes of onlookers queued up to vie for a view of the ornate, 10-ft. tall confection.

The Most Glamorous Royal Wedding Cakes Through History

Cake from the 1923 wedding of Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (later The Queen Mother) and Prince Albert , Duke of York, (later King George VI)

1923 Wedding cake of Prince Albert, Duke of York and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon

The Most Glamorous Royal Wedding Cakes Through History

Cake from the 1923 wedding of Elizabeth Bowes Lyon (later The Queen Mother) and Prince Albert , Duke of York, (later King George VI)

1885 6" 280 lbs. Princess Beatrice and Prince Henry of Battenberg

July 1885 Wedding Cake of Princess Beatrice and Prince Henry of Battenberg. The artistic cake was surmounted by a replica of Canova's "Hebe". Another lovley Royal Icing Cake :-)

Replica tier of  "Victoria and Albert's" wedding cake.

Included in the exhibition is a remake of the original wedding cake of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (The Queen Mother) which used

1923 This is a reproduction of a cake made for the Duke of York (King George) and Princess May. 6' 10" and around 200-300 lbs.

The Royal Wedding Cake of the Duke of York and Princess May. It took the royal confectioner five weeks to make.

1871 - 2,000 lb. for Princess Louise and the Marquis of Lorne

As you and your family chow down on a Thanksgiving feast fit for a king, take a look at this stunning cake from the wedding of Princess Louise of England and The Marquis of Lorne in (I’d still prefer pumpkin pie today though.

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