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Native American Inukshuk Groom’s Cake (1095)

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Groom's Cake Native American Vancouver Inukshuk

This 3d sculpture was created as a surprise groom’s cake to complement the couple’s 4 tier basketweave wedding cake. The stone structure is a symbol of the Inuit culture and was typically used as a landmark and navigation aid. It is a well-known symbol in Canada that represents hospitality and friendship

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4 Comments for “Native American Inukshuk Groom’s Cake”

  • Elsie says:

    Anne,
    You haven’t stopped wowing me with your creations since I first stumbled upon your blog. Every single piece of your baking is an art. If only you are in Malaysia, I would certainly engage you to make all your creative wonders for any events I might have. Thank you for sharing your creativity with me.
    Elsie

  • Terry says:

    Amazing! I really love the leaves on the bottom.

  • Hey Anne!

    I saw your video on Satin Ice’s website and I loved your cookie decorations! It seems as their website is still be build but your video is up there! Congrats on the fame! Hope your planning a book really soon… 🙂

  • doreen says:

    All i can say is WOW!

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