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    • Lorna Payne

      Gleaming gold chevron stripes and overlapping polka dots are stylish and glam against this wedding cake’s vivid colors.

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      bam glam birthday cake (or wedding cake!) #gold #chevron

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      gold chevron cake from charm city cakes! beautiful.

    • Katty

      Charm City Cakes, Summer 2012 Collection, bold colors, gold, chevron, polka dots, stripes, wedding cake, modern

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