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The Wedding Reject Table by Angela Britnell

Once on the reject table, always on the reject table?

When Maggie Taylor, a cake decorator, and Chad Robertson, a lawyer from Nashville Tennessee, meet at a wedding in Cornwall it’s not under the best circumstances.
They have both been assigned to ‘the reject table’, alongside a toxic collection of grumpy great aunts, bitter divorcees and stuffy organists.

Maggie has grown used to being the reject, although when Chad helps her out of a wedding cake disaster she begins to wonder whether the future could hold more for her.
But will Chad be strong enough to deal with the other problems in Maggie’s life? Because a ruined cake isn’t the only issue she has – not by a long shot.

2nd novella in the Nashville Connections series. First: What Happens in Nashville.
File Name: classic cakes by leslie brentwood
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Published 08.12.2018

Inside the Ukrop's Cake Bakery


It's a given tradition that the bride and groom share a wedding cake with their guests at the wedding reception, but do you know why? The tradition of the wedding cake can be traced back to medieval times. Back then, each guest at a wedding was supposed to bring a small cake. The cakes would then be stacked on the table in levels and layers. If the bride and groom were able to kiss over the top of the stack it was considered good luck. These cake stacks would eventually merge into one cake which has now evolved into the modern wedding cake that we know and love. Stylishly dressed for both the classicist or modernist this adoring couple perfectly represent "completely in love".

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Not only do I know I will be working with more amazing couples but I will most likely get to see my past clients again and that absolutely makes my day! The wedding ceremony took place at the stunning Brentwood United Methodist Church in Brentwood, Tennessee and had some of the most beautiful stained glass windows I have ever seen. After their lovely ceremony we headed to The Barn at Sycamore Farms , a brand new wedding venue in Arrington, Tennessee where I was absolutely blown away by this stunning venue! This amazing indoor and outdoor Tennessee wedding venue boasts a gorgeous chandelier that brings this upscale barn to life. If there was ever a location to sip sweet tea with a little Jack Daniels in your favorite party dress and heels this is it! Mary and Zach partied the night away with their family and friends dancing to the energetic High Ground Band. Bridal Designer: Stella York.

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Your wedding cake should be exceptional, since there are no 'do-overs' on your wedding day! In this age of television shows that promote over the top techniques and unique flavors, pricing can get pretty lofty. But Classic Cakes specializes in bringing you the absolute best in flavors, combined with individualized cake designs, at a price you can afford. In short, you get much more than you'd expect to pay, resulting in a stunning cake that everyone will be talking about for years to come. Don't pay a high price for a cake that won't be eaten.

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