Bride-to-be Katie Smith took pictures of the wedding cakes that Tinker's Cake Shop displayed at Sunday's Kentucky Bride Bridal Show at Lexington Center. Smith,  a student at Transylvania University who plans to get married in April 2012, was looking for ideas; her fiancé's cousin will be baking Smith's cake.
Bride-to-be Katie Smith took pictures of the wedding cakes that Tinker's Cake Shop displayed at Sunday's Kentucky Bride Bridal Show at Lexington Center. Smith, a student at Transylvania University who plans to get married in April 2012, was looking for ideas; her fiancé's cousin will be baking Smith's cake.
Bride-to-be Katie Smith took pictures of the wedding cakes that Tinker's Cake Shop displayed at Sunday's Kentucky Bride Bridal Show at Lexington Center. Smith, a student at Transylvania University who plans to get married in April 2012, was looking for ideas; her fiancé's cousin will be baking Smith's cake.

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