I think that could work if its done right. It has to be big and intentional, or else it will look chintzy

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Your sister is remaking the way we do, do do.

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no, but it sounds easier. more portion control i like it

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I have. I consider it a trendy fad and probably something she will regret twenty years from now. (provided she's still married.) I think it was back in the 1980s, loud and gosh colors for bride's maid's dresses was fashionable. Most of those brides now hide the wedding albums; the sophisticated ones have them Photoshopped to a more traditional color. <br />
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I would advise her to go traditional. There are some incredibly imaginative and beautiful wedding cakes out there that will pass as "traditional" fifty years from now.

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Traditional is good way to go ...However there are some cute cupcake wedding cakes but they also have smaller cakes to the side for the couple to cut into :) It is easy for people to eat it too hahah or shove in ones face :)

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I have been to two weddings where the cake was non-traditional. I think that it is a much more popular trend now than it was even 10 years ago. Also, the lower cost will encourage it to still be a viable option 50 years in the future. However, depending on expectations for the wedding, your sister may feel some pressure to have a traditional style wedding cake so that pictures, memories, etc. will be "in line" with what older generations would consider proper. With that said, as someone who is planning a wedding and hearing advice coming from all sides, the final decision MUST be hers. She would be wise to take into account what fits into her budget, what works easiest and lastly, what people expect. But, most of all, what will allow her to make her wedding her own.

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Seen it but still prefer traditional. You can have a cup cake any day of the week.

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Saw one at a birthday party. Things were wonderful!!!!!

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