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Rosalind Miller Cake

Epic. Stunning. Ombre.
Are you feeling the staggering beauty of this Rosalind Miller wedding cake?!
This entire picture is giving me chills. Never mind the fact that this photo was taken with random unlit white candles in the background. This severe ombre rose wedding cake is staggering in its beauty and grandeur! Just look at the silver chrome base! That thing is massive!
And those roses--made of sugar and totally edible--are giving me absolute life!
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Ahhhhh!! I can imagine all the color combinations that would be amazing. <3
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