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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

A piece of cake

The wedding cake of Dustin Michael Ezernack and Emelia Summer Wrenn has been seen around the world or at least in the United States.

Their wedding cake represents Louisiana in the parade of 51 wedding confections featured in People Magazine’s Weddings for July.
It is white with bright blue icing. The four asymmetrical-stacked layers are decorated in a mix of patterns, with a flower on the top layer. Crowning it are their initials. (See it for yourself by going to www.peopleweddings.com)

It is a white almond cake with fluffy butter cream icing.

Owner Lora Silva and her daughter Gina Haley of My Pastry Chef, Bossier City, created the culinary work of art.

How was their cake selected?

Magazine officials searched the Web to find a bakery, Haley said.

"We’ve got lots of congratulations and from people in other states who said they saw the cake in People magazine," said Haley.

The women have also been contacted by InStyle magazine who asked them to send photos for a possible story. ABC’s "Wife Swap" wants them to recommend glittery partygoer clients who might be appropriate for the show.

Ezernack and Wrenn of Bossier City, married May 12 in Centenary College Brown Chapel, with a reception at Holiday Inn, Bossier City.

The groom is a 2006 grad of Parkway High School. He has joined the U.S. Air Force and is scheduled to attend boot camp in early October and from there to tech school in air craft mechanics.

Wrenn, a 2007 grad of Bossier Achievement Center/Parkway, will attend Bossier Parish Community College in the fall.

Ezernack's parents are Russell Long of Mansfield, and Chal Ezernack Long of Bossier City, Wrenn's, Marvin and Christy Wrenn of Bossier City.


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