Baker takes the directions for wedding cakes for “no inscription” literally
Oh no (Image: @ Jen_Royle / Twitter; Getty)
The cake is a big part of weddings. It is often a centerpiece on the big day and is visible to everyone.
So if the dessert is particularly cheesy, or looks weird, or has an eccentric message, people will definitely notice.
Unfortunately for a couple, their wedding cake showed a major misunderstanding.
Table Boston chef and owner Jen Royle tweeted a picture of the cake she came across at a wedding.
The dessert unfortunately had the words “no inscription please”, which in our opinion was more of an instruction than a literal quote for the baker.
Jen and Twitter followers had a good laugh at the mishap.
The cook wrote when she saw the cake, she helped the florist decorate and cover up the writing.
But a baker from the cake company found Jens Tweet and claimed these were the words the person who placed the order asked for.
While it might have been a fun bug or a deliberate gag ordered by the couple, it certainly tickled Twitter users.
The wedding cake has arrived for today’s event @TableBoston. Yeah so … pic.twitter.com/02beGQZkSM
– Jen Royle (@Jen_Royle) March 20, 2021
Jen’s followers were amused by the mistake and said, “One of the best things I’ve ever seen” and “hahaha Captain literally must have been the decorator.”
Others made fun of the whole thing. One person quipped: “Missed a comma totally, embarrassing”
Another wrote: “You have to smile. You know it’s a bridezilla moment. ‘
A third added, “This can’t be real, I’m a cake decorator and I’ve never been this dull.”
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Jen replied that it was real and the actual cake that was delivered to their facility for an event. “Oh, it’s real, we’re all dying.” replied Jen.
Fortunately, however, they were able to redecorate it before the bride saw it.
Unless, of course, the bride actually wanted the cake to say so, in this case awkward times.
We hope the cake was at least tasty.
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