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Ladylike Designed Wedding Cakes For The First Time And They Tasted Delicious

Let them eat cake!

When it comes to baking a wedding cake, there's absolutely no room for mistakes. Everything should look perfect.

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They have to look good, taste good, and also be an accurate representation of your love. No pressure.

The ladies from "The Ladylike Show" decided to try their hand in designing a wedding cake of their own as they cross things off their Bucket List(s) this season.

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They enlisted the help of Jenn Fujikawa, a fabulous pop culture and lifestyle writer and baker who's known for her self-described geeky recipes.

She creates a lot of recipes for StarWars.com and Nerdist.com. Nice!
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She creates a lot of recipes for StarWars.com and Nerdist.com. Nice!

The girls split themselves up into two groups for this ultimate wedding cake bake-off. Freddie and Devin would bake a red velvet cake.

They had a naked cake in mind with piping and maybe a little fruit.
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They had a naked cake in mind with piping and maybe a little fruit.

The second team (Kristin and Chantel) would tackle a horchata cake. Yum!

Horchata is a Mexican rice-based milk drink with cinnamon. The girls had some piping, gold leaves, and some fondant flowers in mind. Ooh-la-la!
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Horchata is a Mexican rice-based milk drink with cinnamon. The girls had some piping, gold leaves, and some fondant flowers in mind. Ooh-la-la!

But first, the ladies learned how to stack their cakes, do some piping, and practiced making fondant roses to spruce up their creation.

They quickly learned that one of the best things about baking is that they could cover up their mistakes with frosting.
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They quickly learned that one of the best things about baking is that they could cover up their mistakes with frosting.

Baking time! On day two Freddie and Devin got right down to business.

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Meanwhile, Kristin and Chantel ran into a little snafu. It seemed they most definitely forgot to add baking powder to their first batch of batter. Doh!

No sweat. They just added it to the batter, mixed it again, and hoped for the best.
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No sweat. They just added it to the batter, mixed it again, and hoped for the best.

Once their cakes were out of the oven and perfectly baked, it was time for the real nitty-gritty. Day three was all about decorating.

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Kristin and Chantel's fondant flowers looked beautiful on their horchata cake.

And Kristin was not kidding when it came to the flower toppers. LOL!
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And Kristin was not kidding when it came to the flower toppers. LOL!

But that wasn't it! The ladies had their coworkers sample both cakes and decide which one they thought was the tastiest.

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And the winner was...(drumroll, please) the horchata cake!

Jenn was super impressed with how far the girls and their baking skills had come in just a few days.
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Jenn was super impressed with how far the girls and their baking skills had come in just a few days.

Nice job, Ladylike!

You can find Jenn's awesome recipes here.
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You can find Jenn's awesome recipes here.

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