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That’s My Topper are leading experts in this industry of wedding cake toppers because of their years of experience having topped literally thousands of wedding cakes. So their advice and opinion can be trusted.
There are so many details that go into planning the perfect wedding and often all the details become one big blur. When all the details start blurring together, that’s the time when decisions are made that are maybe not the decisions that would be made if things were not so hectic. This is why you should trust the opinion of those wedding experts in all of the areas of wedding planning. It is this experience that makes That’s My Topper the best in the field of wedding cake toppers.
Many brides do not realize just how important cake toppers can be. When an inappropriate choice is made it can affect the whole appearance of the cake. The couples that are soon-to-be-married often make common mistakes. Often in the effort to give the wedding cake a unique touch, they might pick a topper that stands out from the entire cake. Such as the cake topper that is so large that the topper is all you see; your eyes never moving to take in the rest of the cake. This is the type of topper that does not help enhance the appearance, but rather takes the attention away from the beauty of the wedding cake. It is for these times that an expert in wedding cake toppers is there for with advice you can depend on.
One other option that the bride might take in order to save on expenses is to use instead the wedding cake topper that your parents’ used. This family heirloom could end up being not only a token to their years’ of commitment to each other but could also give your wedding cake an antique charm. But what if it is somehow just the wrong decision but with everything being so hectic you just don’t see it. This is another time when the opinion of an expert in wedding cake toppers is really needed.
So let That’s My Topper help you in making this one decision easier. Go by their website at thatsmytopper.com and see the unique cake toppers they have and ask for their advice. They also have a toll free number on their website for your convenience with excellent customer service. Call 1- 855-850-1166 – it’s always toll free. Their advice is only a phone call away.
A wedding reception doesn’t have to be so serious – add the couple’s unique sense of humor by finding a funny wedding cake topper at That’s My Topper in their Funny and Novelty wedding cake topper section of their website. That’s My Topper is the place to go for expert advice on wedding cake toppers as well as their unique assortment of other wedding accessories. They even have a section for wedding cake toppers for same sex couples.
A funny wedding cake topper can make the reception a time of celebration and fun – which it should be especially if the couple are known for having fun and love having a good time with friends and family.
For the sports fans, there is a cake topper for almost every sport and the one for ‘baseball fans’ has the bride up at bat with the groom pitching. Great for the groom’s cake, the wedding cake, or the dessert table. Both bride and groom are made of hand painted porcelain bisque. These figurines are available as mix and match separates or of course as a set.
If the bride and groom met in college and are now loyal alumni of their alma mater, there is the ‘football loving’ couple, which is perfect for couples who go to every one of their college football games on Saturdays in the fall. It is beautifully styled with attractive detailing. Hand painted on porcelain bisque.
Plus everyone’s favorite, the ‘old ball and chain’, perfect for not only a funny wedding cake but great for the bridal shower, use as a cake topper at the bachelorette party or cake topper at the bridal shower – it would even look good on the groom’s cake.
Add this to That’s My Topper’s great customer service and a business that goes the extra mile– then you have truly hit the jackpot with a company that has a goal of only making their customers happy on their special wedding day.
A funny wedding cake topper also makes great gifts, for example for the maid of honor to give to the bride at her bridal shower. It would also help her with some of the expense. With such a wide assortment of cake toppers you will be certain to find the perfect one.
You can find them on the internet or call them at 1- 855-850-1166 – it’s always toll free. They also have other wedding day specialty items and are truly number one in the business of funny wedding cake toppers.
That’s My Topper has a very large collection of Interracial Wedding Cake Toppers, and by choosing one of these you are able to display your very beautiful ethnicity and background. It doesn’t matter if you both are from the identical ethnic upbringing or not, these sophisticated ethnic and interracial wedding cake toppers are mix and match, and are able to help each one celebrate on top of the wedding cake their traditions which are both unique and diverse.
The cake topper that is of the Scottish heritage shows the groom dressed in the traditional Scottish kilt with a beautiful bride figurine. Both of these are hand painted in porcelain.
Also featured in the “Interracial and Ethnic Wedding Cake Toppers” is a stunning cake topper designed by artist Ty Wilson, featuring a Hispanic wedding couple in a display that is traditional. Made of finest porcelain, this topper has the figurine of the couple who are holding hands with a rosary-lasso arranged over the arms.
There is another unique handmade cake topper which captures some wonderful details of the traditional Indian wedding and may be customized to fit the style of your wedding. The groom’s apparel can be a choice of white sherwani with a headdress that matches the bride or a black tuxedo with no headdress with either light or dark colored hair. While the bride’s apparel is make from red fabric with gold trim or burgundy fabric with gold trim.
These are only three of the many diverse cultural wedding cake toppers in the section That’s My Topper displays of “Interracial and Ethnic Wedding Cake Toppers” on their website. Other ethnicities in this section include Asian, Irish, Jewish, as well as African American, and they are all equally unique and beautiful.
This is only one of the many sections of wedding cake toppers that this business has on display at their website. Whether you want something funny and different, traditional or a cake topper to honor the same sex couple at their wedding – you are able to find it here at the #1 company that deals with wedding cake toppers.
They promise delivery in about 5 days, but why leave this important detail to the last minutes – instead do it as early as possible so that you can get exactly what you want delivered in plenty of time for the big day.
You can visit That’s My Topper at thatsmytopper.com or called them at 1- 855-850-1166 which is a toll free number. They are a joy to work with and have wonderful customer service and their main goal is to make your wedding day all that you want it to be. And don’t forget to visit the Interracial and Ethnic Wedding Cake Toppers section.
Nothing makes a wedding more perfect than the right cake, and nothing makes the cake just right like the perfect cake toppers. The cake toppers are also going to be in every photograph that is taken of the reception, so the cake toppers have to be just perfect. In some ways, this is even more important when it is a wedding for a same sex couple.
The place to go to find the perfect same sex wedding cake toppers are at That’s My Topper. That’s My Topper has a rather large selection of same sex cake toppers both for 2- brides or 2-grooms. These are perfectly unique and are not found at many retail stores. Whether you want to match a certain theme such as ‘romantic’ or special style such as ‘elegant’ or ‘sophistication’– you will find what you want at That’s My Topper. You will find the perfect gay wedding figurine as well as unique lesbian wedding cake toppers.
Located in Eau Claire, WI, the goal of That’s My Topper is to provide the best in customer service together with delivery that is accurate and on time. That’s My Topper knows just exactly how important this wedding is for the two of you. They are also the leading providers of other cake and wedding accessories.
So if you and your significant other are finally going to have that wedding you have been waiting so long for, stop by the That’s My Topper website at www.thatsmytopper.com and find the perfect cake topper for your wedding cake.
Whether you choose the same sex wedding cake toppers featuring a lesbian couple that is hand painted or the perfect gay wedding figurine that is also hand painted including the small Swarovski crystal wedding bands – you can be sure it will get to you on-time. Remember that the majority of our cake toppers are hand painted with an attention to details.
That’s My Topper promises delivery within 5 days, but it is always best to have this detail taken care of as early as possible – so don’t wait too long. That’s My Topper hopes your wedding is everything you hoped and dreamed for it to be. That’s My Topper measure their success by how happy you are on this special day. We would love to hear from you after the wedding or better yet see a picture of your cake with the topper at the reception.
In as many years, people have placed a lot of importance on weddings and this definitely makes every couple intending to live together yearn for one. It is the ultimate union that makes the entire world know that they have chosen each other as their life partners. This will make all and sundry want to give the newlyweds all the best gifts that world can afford them. Wedding cake toppers are some of the most sought after wedding gifts to give the newly couples because of their uniqueness and originality.
Over the years, people have been handing out great gifts to newlyweds but most of the gifts just happen to gifts even though the mean something very unique to both the giver and the recipients. To make the wedding favour even more striking and endearing a person can look for the numerous shops selling them. It is quite easy to know what a couple would like and this makes the choosing of the wedding cake toppers easy for most.
Many of the gifts in this category are good looking but more importantly they are durable and in most cases used as souvenirs by the newlyweds. There are many type of wedding cake toppers on the list and among the most popular ones are the intertwined rings, crystal clear couple or a weeding couple on a horse. Indeed a person can go to a shop and get lost in just trying to identify the best cake toppers to give as a gift. Many people also ask the gift shop owners to customise the gifts so as to suit the very particular taste that the newlyweds have.
Bearing in mind that a wedding is the union of two lovebirds, it becomes important to accord them the very best that one can, after all this is their only wedding. Many people will therefore go out of their way to look for a gift favor that will be beautiful, durable and captivating in all aspects. This will then mean that a couple will be honored to have it as their cake crown. Because of the importance and the glamor a wedding needs to have this is why wedding cake toppers make great gifts.
This article gives the various reasons why wedding cake toppers make great gifts during weddings and why many people are going for them. It also gives an insight on how best to choose a great gift for the occasion.
What themes for wedding cake toppers are on the rise? We have polled customers and have ran our sales numbers to see what themes are getting the love this year.
1. Monograms – Still the number one cake topper theme and style for 2012. Letters and words on top of wedding cakes have been the buzz for the last few years and continues this year. Monogram wedding cake toppers are a great way to personalize the top of your wedding cake with a few letters and a lot of bling.
2. Contemporary – Contemporary wedding cake toppers are the number two on our list of topper themes on the rise. With all love that this theme is getting, one would think that the monograms better start getting worries as they may be taken over in 2013. Contemporary wedding cake toppers are the elegance of figurines and symbols in a solid white, ivory or color. With details focused on shape vs colors of details, the contemporary solid figurines are quickly taking over the wedding cakes.
3. Funny & Novelty – Since 2009, funny wedding cake toppers have jumped up on this list from the bottom all the way to our number three. With all the fun that weddings are becoming, the funny wedding cake toppers are adding to all this fun. With comical gestures like Runaway Brides and Grooms, wedding cakes are becoming a great place to show off how hard it was to get that bride or groom to the altar..
4. Symbols – a slight drop from #3 in our list is the symbols. From the Star of David to the Trinity Knot, symbols are still alive and still a top 5 candidate for a wedding cake topper.
5. Making the top 5 list for the first time, welcome the Country & Western theme. With the growing trend of outdoor weddings and that love for the old time theme, our country and western wedding cake toppers are on rise and make our list at number five.
So the Super Bowl was in town and Indy was hoppin! Josh, Aunt Janine, Rob, Carly and I had planned to go downtown to all the festivities to experience the hype of this crazy NFL week. However, before we went down Josh asked me to come over for dinner together. I reluctantly went…I just wanted him to come pick me up after his practice so we could get downtown sooner! But I finally agreed to go make dinner with him since we hadn’t seen each other all week….plus I just love spending time with him so I was easily persuaded. I headed up to Westfield so I’d be there as soon as he was done coaching bball. Time passed and I started to get frustrated because we were supposed to pick them up at 7:00 and it was already past 6:00. His practices never take this long! FINALLY, he called me around 6:20 as he had “just got out of practice” and was in a great mood! I was annoyed already. So then he asked me to stop by wal-mart to pick up milk and bread so we can make quick sandwiches. Again I reluctantly did this for him as he headed home to shower and get ready. Then while I was still in there he called me back with a short grocery list of things for me to pick up. I got the turkey but left the rest of the list for us to get another time since we were supposed to head downtown in a half hour by now! I called him as I was leaving to let him know I was finally on my way over, and he told me to let myself into his apartment because he was just now getting into the shower. I felt like he was taking FOREVER to get around, because we were already late and I just wanted to go see everything downtown! I really thought nothing of these “time buying” events. I was just annoyed.
Anyway, so I get to his apartment, let myself in (milk, bread, and turkey in hand), to find a dim lit, candle filled room with a construction paper road all around the living room floor and green jungle poster paper along the walls. My stomach flipped and my heart dropped the instant I stepped into that door because I knew what was about to happen! I was about to get engaged to a genuinely wonderful man of God!!! I dropped the groceries and began “The Journey.” There was a small box at my feet with a letter that instructed me to take part in this journey of our relationship and follow the stops along the way (laminated pictures, stories, verses, etc). I cried and laughed through these stopped for the next 20 minutes or so. So many emotions inside of me were felt! The environment was amazing and his words were so thoughtful. I couldn’t stop thinking about the guy I knew would be at the end of this journey!! Finally I opened the door that led to the last stop on the road (coincidentally just the beginning of our lifelong journey together), Joshua Carl down on one knee holding a little black box!!! I was in a teary speechless mess. He went on to say how much he cares for me, appreciates and loves me, and would love to spend the rest of his life with me as his teammate and wife. He asked me to marry him and I said yes!! It was perfect. I felt so overwhelmed, blessed, had tons of butterflies, excited, and surprised. I told him I kinda felt like I was gonna throw up from all the butterflies–he said that’s not exactly what he was going for
After doing a little screaming, dancing, laughing, and crying, we headed to pick up Rob, Carly, and Aunt Janine and celebrate with some football fun downtown. What an awesome night!! It was a blast to spend time with them after this exciting moment in our lives! It was a party downtown–but I was kinda distracted because I was too busy thinking about how I was about to marry my best friend!!!! He is an amazing man following the Lord-I’m truly blessed to be marrying him in 81 days!!! We’re so thankful for God’s plan for our lives and for how He has abundantly blessed us with one another. Can’t wait to see what the rest of our journey together holds!!
How We Met:
It all began with MySpace (back in 2005 when MySpace was cool). Matthew was beginning his sophomore year at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, OK and I (Stephanie) was finishing up senior year of high school via independent study in Plano, TX and applying to colleges out of state. Neither of us was very happy at the time. Matt was getting off of an on-again-off-again relationship and I was still struggling with moving from Orange County, CA, where most of my family and friends all lived.
I decided on a whim during the summer that I wanted to befriend people in the Plano area online so I did a basic search of local people with similar interests. Up popped this guy with awesome taste in music so I added him to my friends list and he accepted… then nothing. Not until one night on October 9th when he got back to his dorm from a trip home to Plano, TX, got online and decided to answer a “what do you know about me” survey that I had posted.
When I read his answers I couldn’t help but gut laugh. They were witty, sweet, and flirty at the same time so I flirted back. By the end of the night, he had proposed marriage because I was “so perfect.” This began a few months of conversation on the internet, then the phone, in which he constantly is tried to get me to go out with him, but I kept him at a distance… at least physically. We talked until late into the night- every night.
Then on January 9th, 2006 we decided to watch the Princess Bride in our respective houses via phone. At this point he was back in Plano. I told him that I didn’t have the movie so he offered to bring a copy over to me. He pulled up to my house and got out with the BIGGEST smile on his face. I was on the up on the second story leaning out my window. Like a nerd, I lowered a purse (tied to a robe belt & a Playstation controller) for him to put in the movie. Matt was uncommonly quiet and just looks up at me, smiling. I thought he was the cutest guy I’d ever seen so I took a picture to remember the moment. Matt finally left to go home so we could watch the movie with each other.
At about 12:15am, Matt announced that he was coming over again because he wanted to see me again. I said, “Ok, bring a rope.” He got there and threw the rope up to me. I tied the rope around the small wall between the two windows in my room and attempted to repel down (so I didn’t wake up my parents- LOL!) Repelling became falling, but luckily Matt’s shoulder was there to catch me. Yes, the first time we touched was my butt on his right shoulder.
We walked around my neighborhood to a spot right by a lake with a fountain. I rambled on and on nervously and Matt was still quiet. We talked for about an hour before Matt got the courage up to finally kiss me at 1:57am. We know this because I asked Matt to look at his phone to see what the time was so she could remember the moment. I, still rambling and nervous, said “you call that a kiss?” and kissed him longer. He walked me home and boosted me up enough for me to climb back up into my upstairs window. After that night, we know nobody else stood a chance with either of us.
9/10/11 began VERY early (for us). We got into the car at around 8am and drove from Plano, TX up to Oklahoma City for the day. We had a lot of fun in the car singing to the radio and trying to make trucks honk along the highway.
We got into town at about noon and headed over to OKC’s Bricktown for lunch at Falcone’s Pizzeria& Deli. When we were done, we drove over to the Oklahoma Museum of Art to visit the “Passages: the 400th Anniversary of the King James Bible.” I (Stephanie) had wanted to go since May when I first heard about it, and I was lucky that Oklahoma City was one of 3 locations in the world it was going to be. The others were Atlanta and the Vatican! We loved seeing all the various versions and the storyline of the Bible from ancient Jewish texts to what we have today.
After the exhibit we headed back to Matt’s grandparents house to spend time with family before his cousin Brandon’s wedding. We headed out for a quick dinner before the ceremony and then went to the old OKC Farmers Market. It was a beautiful ceremony and a fun reception. We especially enjoyed dancing with Matt’s twin nephews Blake and Caleb! We partied it up until about 9:30 when we decided it was time to head back towards home.
I knew something was up around the time we approached Norman, OK (about 20 minutes south of OKC). Matt began to speak in his “British narrator” voice and got of the highway and took side streets in the wrong direction. All the while he’s telling me the history of “us” in his accent.
He took me on a tour of Norman including the place he was when he first talked to me online, places we went when I came up to visit, etc. During the tour he was telling me how he felt when we first began talking online, what he thought when we met in person, how much he missed me when I was away and how good I have been for him and how much he loves me.
He then pulled over in front of the University of Oklahoma and walked me over to where there was a water feature- a bunch of arcs of water shooting out of a wall all lit up beautifully in the night. We were very much alone- just a couple students off in the distance. I guess originally Matt was going to us a Taco Bell sauce packet (the one that says “Will You Marry Me”) but he said that he wasn’t going to let a sauce packet do the talking for him. He got down on one knee and asked if I would marry him. I replied “as you wish” a line from The Princess Bride, one of our favorite “couple” movie and the first one we watched with one another. For those of you who have not seen the movie, “as you wish” was the way that the “hero” told the woman he loved that he would do anything for her because he loved her. Matt still wanted me to clarify that that I meant, “yes.”
I cried and hugged him tight for a while and got in the car and began calling everyone in our family and close friends to tell them the news and enjoyed our first car ride together as an engaged couple!
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