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    Unusual wedding cake

    Last night my cousin's son got married. The wedding was across the street(west side) from Independence Hall in Philadelphia and they had a "Philadelphia" themed wedding. I've never seen a cake like this. The front had the skyline of Philadelphia and the back was 76ers theme(he had worked for the 76ers organization at once time. Segall is their last name.

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    I like it! How’d it taste?


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    Pretty cool! Love it when people are creative and make it their own!

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    My daughter had dancing bears celebrating the Grateful Dead.... go figure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpjones View Post
    My daughter had dancing bears celebrating the Grateful Dead.... go figure...
    Now that must have been cool, CP

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaby View Post
    Now that must have been cool, CP
    ...Was cool.... but Grateful Dead was my generation.... not hers....!
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    the millennials love our music. my stepson has a music list that comprises mostly of the music from our generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaby View Post
    the millennials love our music. my stepson has a music list that comprises mostly of the music from our generation.
    One thing that's so great about this category is that you can go miles (or kilometers if you live up here) off topic and nobody cares. From creative wedding cakes to the Grateful Dead, all in the same thread.

    I love Robin's cousin's son's cake. Creative indeed.

    I remember our wedding cake, made by a nice lady at our church 34 years ago, being so dark and dense that...I'll leave it there.

    Have a good one.


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    The cake was wrapped for us the guest to take home and I had ate it on Sunday. It was good as it was creative.

    I agree that the millennials love our music. The 11 piece band they had played only generation's music and the 20 and very early 30 somethings knew all the words and were constantly on the small dance floor. And yes, the band was way too loud and the room too small for a band that size and that many people. Even in the room outside of the main reception(they had the bar and desert stations there) you had to shout to talk to someone. However, it was a beautiful room at least 20 feet high overlooking Independence Hall, Independence Mall(where a concert was taking place) and you could see the river, Battleship New Jersey, etc. The views were awesome.

    We go into Center City or the University of Penn area in Philly often as most of our doctors are there. My mom was born and raised there and her whole family was there so going into Philly has been just part of my life and Stu's(his grandmother was from there) .But in all those years we've never stayed in a hotel in Center City or have been up 9 or 10 stories that close to the historic area even through we have been there too many times to count. It was a totally different view from on the ground.




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    She must have been thinking of you, CP !!


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