One bride's sad tale of treachery and theft.
the bride wanted was a Gerber Daisy cake topper. A simple enough request
on the surface, but fate had other plans. After meeting with the bride
and her wedding consultant, I created a small sample of three daisies.
I gave them to her consultant soon after our initial meeting and it
was stolen, yes that's right stolen, from the consultant before the
bride ever saw the sample!
order for the bride to approve the design, I then created an actual
prototype of her 6 daisy topper. She loved it and placed her order happily
looking forward to seeing her colorful, whimsical, little, beaded flower
cake topper on her wedding day.Her consultant,
who was especially wary after the first topper went missing, vigilantly
guarded the new topper as the cake was being cut. She was there at the
ready when it was removed from the cake to put it back in it's box,
but it was passed along from person to person as many of the guests
wanted a closer look. And then it happened..."Poof"It
was gone! Stolen for the second time!The
moral of this story: If you are a sentimental person and want to save
your mementos, assign individuals in your bridal party or family to
immediately put them away for safe keeping after they are done being
used.And to the guilty
parties who take things from other peoples weddings...SHAME ON YOU!
bride and groom are the ones who end up having to pay extra to replace
missing items. Think about that the next time you're tempted!
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