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Elegant Cakes – Sunday Sweets: Into The West
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Sunday Sweets: Into The West

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http://www.cakewrecks.com/home/2014/2/23/sunday-sweets-into-the-west.html

All that Cowboy poetry on Friday inspired me, so I thought we’d keep the theme going with some Sweet Western wonders!

K, I’m calling it: Cutest. Cactus. EVAH.

 

So grab your Stetson, partners:

 

And your prettiest boots!

Is it really cake? Yep! Although you’d be forgiven for doubting; it’s based on a real boot, and the two are all but identical. Check out how Rose used piping to mimic the embroidery stitching:

AMAZING.

 

Speaking of snazzy accessories, I’m loving this orange bandana:

 

Although most belt-buckle-and-bandana cakes these days seem to be inspired by everyone’s favorite toy Sheriff:

Can’t blame ‘em, though; Woody really does have fabulous fashion sense.

 

Here’s a little beauty for all you budding equestrians out there:

LOVE.

 

Or how about this for welcoming the newest lil’ cowboy into the family?

Those hand painted designs are stunning.

 

And now for some of the sweetest Western wedding cakes I could find:

So that embossed “leather” and belt buckle completely fooled me, but I checked, and yes, they’re edible! (Not the gems, though.) Mega hat tip to Becky; you really got me, my friend!

 

Next, a modern twist on a classic style:

Banksy moved to Texas, y’all. You heard it here first.

(Ok, maybe not, but doesn’t that look like it belongs in a gallery?)

 

Another woodgrain design, but this one’s a real peach:

So many wedding cakes have the horseshoes perches on top, but I love how these are hanging around the bottom tier! The weathering on the gold is a great touch, too.

 

And finally, for the black-tie cowboy affair:

Loverly.

Just promise me someone was wearing rhinestone cowboy boots.

 

Curious which bakers in your area have been featured here on Sweets? Then check out our Sunday Sweets Directory!

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