Amazing Wedding Cakes, Season 4Closed Captioning
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Check out another season of mind-blowing cake creations. And with three new bakeries in the mix, this season looks to bring the drama to a whole other tier.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoItalian Engagement, Fly to the Moon and Crystal Quilted Cakes||The White Flower Cake Shoppe takes on clients Amanda & Chris, who got engaged in Italy. Co-owner Marianne suggests an Italian-themed wedding cake, and draws the elements, including The Leaning Tower of Pisa, a wheel of cheese, and a wine bottle. Matt takes lead as he is a sculptor by training (but a procrastinator by nature). When the wine bottle cake cracks, he needs a solution, so more experienced bakers Marianne & Lauren come to the rescue and apply fondant detailing. Marianne & Matt successfully deliver the cake to Amanda and Chris, who are thrilled with the results. Now "that's amore"! Christopher Garren meets with Marlon & Christie, who are about to be married, and met while working at NASA. The couple want their cake to have an aerospace theme but not look silly. They also want it romantic along the lines of "Fly Me to the Moon". Chris takes on the sculpture of an intricate dancing couple that will be atop a moon made of crispy rice. Marjie creates pastillage clouds that float. Kristen does the hand painting and sequins that line one tier. Everything is on schedule until...Chris decides to add just "one more" element 15 minutes before they leave. Vinny Buzzetta, the 21-year-old owner of "The Cake Artist" in Staten Island, takes a consultation with Veronica & Mike. This bride is all about bling & bedazzled, while the groom is one of NYC's finest. With 250 family and friends coming, they need a big cake. Vinny suggests five tiers. He says he'll give it a quilted fondant effect and...what about crystal strips running all around the cake? Veronica & Frank leave ecstatic. Everything's going great, until Vinny's girls cut the strips of pricey crystals too short, and now they won't encircle the tiers. Vinny hurries out to deliver it with boyfriend, Spiro. Unfortunately, the route to the New Jersey venue is full of potholes - when they go to unload the cake from the car, will it just be a pile of fondant and crystals??||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoBlack & White, Gold and Koala Cakes||Marlene & Frank from Staten Island want one of Vinny Buzzetta's Topsy-Turvy cakes. Their wedding theme is black & white with calla lily accents. They get to work on the cake, but Teresa loses valuable time by trying to make the calla lilies out of fondant, which is too thick for the job. Then, Vinny goes to stack the cake, and needs more dowels to secure the gravity-defying tiers. Are there too many dowels? As he hammers them into place, a tier of the cake cracks! But they quickly patch it up because there's no time to start over. Delivering the cake with his Cousin Joey, Vinny grabs the wrong directions. One hour and many Jersey turnpike miles later, he calls the venue. The reception is about to begin. Will they get there in time? Stephanie & Pete are having a large wedding in St. Paul, Minnesota, and right away, they knew that Robin at Gateaux, Inc., is the woman to make their cake. The gold invitations and color scheme, as well as the purple orchid centerpieces are the design inspiration. The cake comes together beautifully: Julia makes the rose petals & orchids. Jenna makes branches, and Robin airbrushes the cake gold. But on delivery day, Minnesota is hit with the blizzard of the century. 20 inches of snow! The couple is trying to make the best of things, even though their church never opened, the linens never arrived, and there are no flowers, or even a band! But will they have a cake?? Chris Garren meets Reid and Rebecca, and learns they're looking for a koala bear cake. Why koala? They met while both were in the Navy and strictly followed military protocol about 'no signs of public affection'. So they came up with a code-word to represent their love - 'koala'. Chris & Kristen begin sculpting two koalas and a competition kicks in, who will create the cutest koala? Kristen makes a branch of a eucalyptus tree with lifelike leaves. But Marjie struggles with aboriginal decorations. When Junior misses the off ramp, will Reid & Rebecca ever meet their koalas?||44:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoCabin Engagement vs. Lifeguard Engagement Cakes, Beach Wedding Cake||Kelly and Kristen have come to White Flower Cake Shoppe with a unique request for their engagement cakes. These two sisters, both engaged, have been competing with each other for as long as they can remember, so they keep the competition going by having a double engagement party complete with dueling cakes. Kristen's cake, designed by Marianne, has a woodsy cabin/true love theme, and Kelly's cake, made by Lauren, incorporates the couple's hobbies and the lifeguard chair at the shore where Kelly said "yes." The bakers jump right into the spirit of competition and vie to outdo each other – which of these two incredible cakes will be the best? Anthony and Samantha met, fell in love, and became engaged. But duty called, and the couple decided to quickly marry before Anthony was deployed to Afghanistan. Their last-minute wedding was on Amelia Island, Florida, near Anthony’s Army base – a romantic, simple affair, but without any family from back home in Minnesota. Anthony has returned safely and now he and Samantha want to have a real wedding for their family and friends in Minnesota. Robin of Gateaux convinces them to 'bring the beach' up from Amelia Island and share memories of their vows – sunshine, the sea and sand. But there's an added twist to the celebration - Samantha is pregnant, and only the couple knows the gender of the baby. With her typical flair for cake theatrics, Robin suggests that they make the color of the actual cake under the fondant either blue or pink. So, when the first slice is cut at the party, all their guests will learn whether the couple is having a boy or a girl!||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoA Tale of 3 Cities, Gift Boxes and Rock Climbing Cakes||Robin and her team at Gateaux Inc. are working on a wedding cake for Marissa and Robb. Marissa spent several years in the bright lights of New York City while Robb did the LA thing. Last year both moved back home to Minnesota, and within a month cupid struck. Their 'Tale of 3 Cities' is to be told with the creation of a towering cake depicting the skylines of the NY, LA & Minneapolis. Robin even enlists her handy father-in-law 'Magic Phil' to help her recreate the Minneapolis 'Cherry and Spoon' sculpture. Will this skyscraping cake be too tall an order? At the White Flower Cake Shoppe in Cleveland, Ohio, owners Marianne Carroll and Lauren Bozich have been best friends since 7th grade. The team also includes Marianne's husband, Matt, who is skilled in sculpting. This week, they're working on a wedding cake for Courtney and Brent. Their holiday-themed wedding of ornaments, silver & snowflakes inspired Lauren to design a cake consisting of all these elements, and a huge stack of neatly wrapped black-and-white Christmas presents. The bride insists that the gift-wrapped boxes look like they're wrapped in paper, not fondant! The challenge of using black and silver is that they can stain white fondant. They've also had disasters in the past when black fondant went grey because it was exposed for too long. Solution? Work in the dark! Christopher Garren's bakery works on a groom's cake for Brian, a rock climber from Northern California. His fiancee Sarah wants his Groom's Cake to play up this obsession. Chris suggests a cake that features a 3D human hand emerging from a boulder. In Chris' opinion, "It's tough to make an artistic mountain, the end result always resembles a turd".||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoBridesmaids Dresses, BBQ and Winter Wedding Cakes||In Minneapolis, Hailey & Chelsea want to host a party for their soon-to-wed older sister, Heather. And they concocted a unique theme: it's an ode to all the really bad bridesmaid dresses that every girl has ever worn. The sisters and guests even plan to wear real bridesmaid dresses to the event. So Robin is to make a cake that will replicate three of the brightly colored yet hideous dresses that will be worn to the party. White chocolate molded bodices are made to drape the fondant dresses on. High heel shoes are sculpted. An edible bridal bouquet is crafted, but time is running out... Christopher at Christopher Garren's Cakes meets Sarah and Brian, a down-to-earth couple who want a wedding cake that's not formal or fussy. Chris gets his design inspiration from their wedding invitation, which features a fun picnic theme. Chris and his team will create picnic tablecloths out of fondant to drape from the cake layers, and watermelon slices, dragonflies and dandelions will complete his vision. Chris wants to make sure that Kristen creates watermelon slices that appear very real. He asks his newest intern, Junior, to find three unique watermelons to use as references. But accident-prone Junior brings only two melons back to the bakery -- what happened to the third? Kate & Anthony ask Cleveland's White Flower Cake Shoppe to create a wedding cake with a winter theme. Considering there's plenty of snow on the ground, co-owner Lauren agrees this seems appropriate. The bride insists that the ivory-colored cake must be elegant, with only a hint of sparkle. Lauren's design incorporates snowflakes in all tiers, and some even dangling off the cake. Marianne is dumbfounded. How are they going to hang the dangling snowflakes? Adding to this the dilemma, how does one judge what is "too much" sparkle? In the end, they create a tall, elegant cake with twinkles of rock sugar and dangling snowflakes, truly completing the winter wonderland wedding theme.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoChef's Engagement, Recycle Grooms, Shimmer Wedding Cakes||Caroline and David just got engaged and love to cook together. Christopher Garren creates a design for their engagement cake that incorporates lots of their favorite culinary things, including a crate of fresh vegetables, recipe cards, a wok, plates, and a Dutch oven. Then there's a breakfast of bacon, eggs, toast & a coffee mug. Next there's the Peking duck, a chopping board and a knife. To top it all off, figurines of David and Caroline as chefs are made out of chocolate. It's a big cake with a lot of pieces to attach, so Chris and Kristen will have to assemble it on site at the party. Can Garren's team avoid a cake-tastrophy? This week, the White Flower Cake Shoppe is working on a Rubber Recycling grooms cake. Holly, the bride-to-be, wants to surprise her future groom, Dave, with a cake that honors the family rubber recycling business. Matt concocts a design that replicates the actual recycling plant, complete with stacks of tires and a grinder (used to grind up the rubber). Things get complicated, however, when Matt promises that he'll make the grinder on the cake actually move. Holly loves the idea, but the problem is that Matt doesn't know how he'll actually make it happen. With some help from a childhood mechanical building set, Matt and the White Flower team create an amazing cake that includes a working rubber tire grinder! Bride-to-be Susan and her mother Donna come to see Robin at Gateaux for the wedding cake Susan has always dreamed of. Since Robin designed the invitations for Susan's wedding, she's very familiar with the wedding theme and color scheme. The bride wants a cake that reflects who she is - formal, yet simple, elegant and fun. Robin comes up with a stunning, shimmering design that incorporates elements from the invitation and is perfect for celebrating both this winter wedding and its New Years Eve date. The glimmering gold cake has confetti bubbling up its tiers, just like a glass of champagne.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoGlobe, Jewels and Opposites cakes||Lindsey is a pilot engaged to another pilot, Sean. Since she's never in town long enough to plan for her big day, this busy bride is becoming a bit of a bridezilla. Her maid of honor wants to nip this in the bud by hosting a pampering bridal shower, so she turns to Robin at Gateaux to create an amazing cake that's all about the bride. Robin conceives a cake that celebrates Lindsey's travel adventures. But making a completely round globe cake proves to be an incredible challenge, and Robin worries that her team won't pull it off. But they do - complete with all 5 continents, and flags that indicate all the important places in Lindsey and Sean's relationship, like Rome, where he proposed, and Bora Bora, where bride and groom plan to go to for their honeymoon. Tony and Tracy come to White Flower Cake Shoppe with visions of gold and jewels for their wedding cake. Tracy wants fancy - and what Tracy wants, Tracy gets. The resulting bedazzled cake design features hand-sculpted wine colored roses and calla lilies, and lots of edible jewels. It promises to be stunning, but Marianne and Lauren first have to figure out the tricky process of making the jewels for the cake that Tracy has her heart set on. Opposites attract…and this whimsical wedding cake proves how much fun a little difference makes. Katie and Adam are as different – and madly in love – as a bride and groom can be. They reveal to Christopher that they want to celebrate their differences through their wedding cake. Instead of standing tall in normal wedding cake fashion, this multi-tiered cake is chopped down the middle with both sides teetering away from each other at the most outlandish angles. Popping out from the inside of one half of the cake are the things Katie likes. From Adam's half, his "guy" interests are revealed. And bridging those two opposites are figures of a bride and groom madly diving for each other with unbridled passion.||44:04||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoClock, Shoe and Glam Cakes||Jennifer meets with Robin at Gateaux about creating a very special surprise wedding cake. Her brother, Anthony, has been in the Army for the past several years and got married in a rushed wedding to bride, Sam, in 2009. The couple are now having a proper wedding for family and friends on New Years Eve and have ordered their own wedding cake from Robin. For this extra surprise cake, Robin designs a clock that will feature a working, ticking clock to chime in the New Year – and the couple's new life together. Bride and groom are starting off the new year with a new home, new job and even a baby on the way. But things are off to a rough start for Gateaux when they can't get the clock to work. Marcella and Sergio are having a lavish wedding reception for over 200 people in an iconic Los Angeles landmark, the Park Plaza Hotel. This venue is grand, classy and very over-the-top. And that's exactly how this couple wants their wedding cake. They meet with Christopher, who learns Marcella wants the cake to dazzle with her favorite color, burgundy red, and explode with flowers galore. The team at Christopher Garren's Cakes goes into overdrive as they make hundreds of flowers to cover what will be a cake that's nearly 5 feet tall. In addition to the flowers, the cake features an urn, lots of intricate gold detailing, a Faberge-style egg and a sheen so soft that the cake looks like it's covered in lush red velvet. Ayman and Entesar are an engaged couple who want to show their family and friends how happy they are to have found each other. They reveal to Marianne at White Flower Cake Shoppe that their engagement party will be in a trendy club's Moroccan room, so they want a cake that compliments the room's decor. Nothing is too good for this classy bride, including a 4-tier cake with a 24-karat-gold dome and a sugar version of the engagement ring perched atop a soft cake pillow.||44:01||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoBurgundy, Opossum and Pillow Cakes||Marcella and Sergio are having a lavish wedding reception for over 200 people in an iconic Los Angeles landmark, the Park Plaza Hotel. This venue is grand, classy and very over-the-top, and that's exactly how this couple wants their wedding cake. They meet with Christopher, who learns Marcella wants the cake to dazzle with her favorite color, burgundy red, and explode with flowers galore. The team at Christopher Garren's Cakes goes into overdrive, as they make hundreds of flowers to cover a cake that will be nearly 5 feet tall. In addition to the flowers, the cake features an urn, intricate gold detailing, a Faberge-style egg and a sheen so soft that the cake looks like it's covered in lush red velvet. Ayman and Entesar are an engaged couple who want to show their family and friends how happy they are to have found each other. They reveal to Marianne at White Flower Cake Shoppe in Ohio that their engagement party will be in a trendy club's Moroccan room, so they want a cake that compliments the room's decor. Nothing is too good for this classy bride, including a 4-tier cake with a 24-karat-gold dome and a sugar version of the engagement ring perched atop a soft cake pillow. Erin comes into Gateaux Inc. to discuss a very unusual groom's cake. It seems that Erin would like to incorporate her nickname into a cake. However, her husband's 'term of endearment' for her just happens to be 'possum'. This is a first for Robin, who must now create a cute version of an animal that is most famous for playing dead.||44:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoArt Deco, Baseball and Versailles cakes||Rebecca comes into Gateaux Inc. to order a bridal shower cake for her twin sister Melissa. Melissa met her fiancee Tyler, a baseball player, at a bus stop where, upon seeing Tyler in his baseball uniform, Melissa asked if he was a basketball player. It was love at first sight. Rebecca, being the good sister that she is, wants a bridal shower cake that reflects both bride and groom. Robin suggests a sexy baseball-themed cake complete with scoreboard, peanuts, sexy lingerie and a caramel corn box that holds an exact replica of Melissa's engagement ring as the prize. Mark and Brittany meet with Christopher Garren to discuss their unusual wedding cake design. This couple vacationed in Paris and took a side trip to the Palace of Versailles. They not only fell in love with Versailles, but Mark produced a ring and proposed to Brittany in Louis XIV's opulent gardens. Now, Christopher must create a wedding cake for them that replicates elements from the Palace. This is no easy task, since Chris' vision involves lots and lots of pastillage elements, hand-painted frescos, and copious amounts of gold. Kate and Sam meet with Lauren from The White Flower Cake Shoppe, hoping that she can design the perfect wedding cake for their very specific tastes. They've always loved the art deco style and are having their wedding reception at the famous Silver Grille, a fully restored vintage art deco building in downtown Cleveland. Lauren suggests pulling specific design details from the Silver Grille as well as from their wedding invitations. Marianne doesn't fully realize the challenge ahead until they try to stencil the intricate art deco pattern evenly around the entire cake, and things don't go quite as planned.||44:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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Ok - what's up with adding some boring personalities to a show that had been SO amazing and not to mention, super talented? Why did they change up the people who represent NYC?!!! The previous baker was SO talented, watching her make sugar flowers and creative cakes was such a pleasure...and we get instead now this RUDE, annoying and just plain not interesting guy who bosses everyone around, including his boyfriend...he's obnoxious to watch! Then there's the cake lady from Gauteaux...or whatever...boooooooring! The only new fun addition is the couple plus their friend who are fun and try to make it interesting, plus they ARE talented and creative...anyway, PLEASE change back to your original formula!