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Topic Title: whose initial goes first
Created On Thursday October 07, 2010 9:01 AM
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shel26187
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 9:01 AM

Ok, this may seem like a silly question. I am making a wedding cake and they want their initials as the cake topper. They have supplied a larger W which would be for their name and a smaller J (bride) and a smaller S (groom). I am putting them on a 6" sq. cake. Whose initial would go first bride or groom. Thanks.
 
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BlackWidowNor
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 9:07 AM
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The Bride's first initial goes first. would look like this..... j W s

Get it?
 
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shel26187
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 9:22 AM

Thank You. That's what I was thinking!
 
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bunnywoman
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 9:55 AM

Nor is correct!
 
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DirtyBaker
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 10:23 AM
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I have always done the brides first, except one time the initails were B married name, E bride and T groom.
When I was doing a quick sketch of the cake as I was sitting with the bride at our meeting I put the normal way on the top of the cake eBt, she looked at it and said no it couldn't be that way and to have the T go first, I said ok but why, she told me to look again and it spelled EBT, the abbreviation for food stamps and she didn't want that on her cake lol!
So I guess sometimes if it spells something funny you can change it around.
 
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bunnywoman
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Posted: Thursday October 07, 2010 12:25 PM

I guess I would take that into consideration too if it spelled something "dirty." Not like you would want anything like that on a wedding cake. KWIM?
 
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