wedding. Friday , March 31st , 2017 - 23:55:32 PM
Whilst the story of Red Riding Hood may not seem particularly romantic, it does lend itself to producing a particularly pretty and beautiful wedding theme. Consider a colors scheme of red and white, with white being the predominant color. Thin about polka dots, gingham, checks and folk style artwork. It does conjure a scheme filled with 1950s vintage retro, an innocent scheme perfect for a spring or summer wedding.
Another example of a product getting smaller can be seen with games consoles. Sony appeared to start this trend by remodelling their original PlayStation design for the re-launch of the PSOne. This continued with subsequent Sony consoles as the hugely successful PlayStation 2 also reappeared in a thinner format towards the end of its lifecycle. It's fair to assume that the PlayStation 3 will also eventually become smaller as development continues to be invested in it. Portable consoles have also been given this treatment, again Sony changing their PSP for a marginally smaller and lighter version. Nintendo have also given their DS console a similar treatment too.
I used large wide rubber bands to hold each individual layer together for ease of handling. To decorate choose ribbon in colors that coordinate with the towels or wedding colors. My niece had requested purple towels so I selected a wide white ribbon adorned with pearls. Cut the ribbon into 60", 40" and 30" lengths. Tie the large piece around the bath towels layer and repeat for the other two cake layers. When complete, stack the cake layers starting with the largest layer at the bottom. I used small pins to hold the layers in place. If you do use pins try to place them through the tags on the towels not the towels themselves.
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