Your wedding cake ideas, creativity and effort deserve to inspire other
talented home cake makers. Submit your wedding cake to automatically be
entered to win.
Share your wedding cake designs. Any type or shape of cake is welcome. Themes and decorations are encouraged.
And automatically you will be entered to win Wedding Ceremony With Heart "Great Wedding Cake Design Contest". Reverend Mattie and her assistant review every cake submission manually.
Deadline: December 31, Midnight, EST
2013 Grand Prize awarded to: Andrea Anderson
2013 1st Place awarded to: Tyler Colantoni
2013 2nd Place awarded to: Jimmy Stevens
2013 3rd Place awarded to: A.J. Brown
READ THIS BEFORE SUBMITTING: Anyone in just about any country is eligible to win a prize in this contest. This contest is more than just sharing photos of your beautiful, elegant, fun wedding cake designs. It’s about the story you tell of how you made the wedding cake, what inspired you to make the wedding cake, what reactions you got to the wedding cake, what was easier to do than you thought, what was harder to do than you thought, what was amusing or touching about making this wedding cake for the couple or yourself. Be sure you invest as much creativity and energy in your write-up as you did in baking, creating, and decorating the wedding cake.
You may submit as many new entries as you like.
The Submission Form lets you share up to four (4) photos and one block of text.
IMPORTANT: After clicking Submit, you should be redirected to a Thank You page where you'll be asked to add your contact information to be included in our Contest. If you are experiencing difficulties with this form, or are not redirected to the next page, please email your photos, write-up and details to weddingceremonywithheart[at]gmail.com and we’ll add your submission manually.
Find Official Rules here for Wedding Ceremony With Heart "Great Wedding Cake Design Contest".
Tips Make It Easy For You to Submit
Your homemade wedding cake design has a story. Tell it to us. What did YOU go through to make the wedding cake? Give us "how-to" directions. Was the wedding cake for you or someone else? What did you use to make it? What was the most challenging part? The best part? What reactions did you get? At least 150 words are required to be considered for a prize in our contest. Write from your heart. It will turn out fine.
Save your write-up in a text editor like Notepad, or Word so nothing gets lost or times out. Cut and paste into the submission form below.
Give your wedding cake submission a fun Title, like, True Blue Wedding Cake, Two Hearts As One, Tuscan Sunflowers Cake ...
Paste the Title into the submission form.
Paste the text you wrote into the submission form.
Can't wait to see it. Good luck in the contest!
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