Looking for a marvelously unusual and totally personal wedding gift? Consider the wedding cake – an elaborate, multi-tiered confection with perfect roses, icing bows and tiny lifelike butterflies. Except it gets carved up and eaten. Artist Emily Hunter Taylor has found a great way to preserve wedding cakes. She whips up miniature replicas – in porcelain. The ceramicist and her two sisters formed Emily Taylor Porcelains to re-create wedding cakes, right down to the icing bows and sculpted roses. The average cost is around $500.

For more information, visit www.emilyhuntertaylor.com.


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