Well, good news, cake consumers: I'm here to restore your confidence! That's right: we're going to take a little field trip over to the local grocer's bakery. C'mon.
[pulling into parking lot] Aw, look! That must be the decorator's car! See, now that is an artist who takes his craft seriously.
Or a pun.
[heading down main aisle]
Oooh, check it out! There's a sale on...er...wait. What does that say?
In fact, let's get over there; we have a cake to order!
[arriving at bakery counter] Ah, here we are! Now, let's get that cake ordered!
Tell you what: I'll tell the nice employee here what we want, and you go grab some candles, ok? Meet you back here in five.
[five minutes later]
Oh, good, you found the candles! So...why don't you look happy?
Look, just to prove to you that everything is going to be alright, I got a copy of the order form the baker submitted for us. I'm sure once you look it over, all your concerns will be gone.
Oh, quit complaining: a double inscription means double the fun!
And centering is boring.
And teal is kind of like "royal blue." In as much as it's blue. Ish.
And it only looks a little like a shower chair toilet thingy.
And...hey, where are you going? We still have to add the candles! Come back!
Well, Wreckies, I hope this little excursion has helped allay your fears of professional cake ordering. Now go forth, and order cakes!
And maybe bring your cameras. You know, just in case.
Tesha W., Cathy W., Amanda D., Noelle R., Maggie C., Morgan W., & Penske, I guess that order was such a royal pain that it blue right past the wreckerators and had them throne for a loop. So I guess we'll call it a "drawed."