We had tall orders, and our requests were superceded. I wanted a 4 tier, winter wonderland with a modern navy blue and silver side, a snowstorm on the other side, pearl borders, glitter snowflakes, and I wanted it to be lit! I mean, lit as in ...
cool, awesome, and illuminated. Many other bakers stopped me at the lights; Amy had them on hand! As if that was not challenge enough, I do not like the taste of Buttercream. She made my cake with mousse, curds, compotes, fondant, and even sugar art (a rare talent for bakers to pull off). We had 5 different flavors including a custom flavor she hadn't made before - the only one my autistic son will eat. My husband's cake was a hand made guitar that was an exact replica of one he owns.
I do not have my pictures back from the photographer yet, but words cannot describe this cake. WOW. My guests are raving over the cake as the highlight of the reception (that and Tony Foss Flowers). People gathered around it like a piece of fine art to take pictures (including selfies) with this cake! It was delicious, perfect for those who need a big variety between rich and muted. I have a lot of vanilla leftover, and with so many options I would definitely suggest getting wild with the flavors - saving classic vanilla for the birthdays. Chocolate on Chocolate is very rich, while the lemon was less potent. My favorite flavor was definitely a tie between the chocolate and the coconut. I wanted to try Peanut Butter and Spice (but it was too close to the holidays, where guests would have been holiday flavored out). Maybe a birthday cake? :)
Amy and team, thank you all for the most beautiful cake I've ever seen at any wedding in my life; I can't believe what you did for me.