I thought my wedding day would be perfect – that was until my cake showed up completely ruined

IT wouldn’t be a wedding without a little last-minute panic.

Even the most experienced of planners sometimes can’t avoid day-of surprises that leave them scrambling for solutions.


A bride named MacKenzie Marchbanks shared her wedding day drama on TikTok—and viewers were desperate to know how she solved the problem.

The clip began with a sweet photo of herself and her groom smiling with a bouquet of flowers.

A romantic song played in the background while the text over the photo read: “Me the day before my wedding thinking everything would be perfect.”

When the beat dropped and an aggressive sound of someone spewing gibberish played, a video of her destroyed wedding cake appeared.

“My cake…” she wrote, while showing the dessert still in its box.

The top three tiers of the cake were detached from the bottom layer, and the bottom layer was split in half.

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Although the cake was falling apart, she found humor in the problem, captioning the video: “Seriously the funniest memory from my wedding.”

Some viewers offered sage remarks:

“The dress and cake won't be important long term. It’s the person you marry and the people you surround yourself with that matter,” one comment read.

But others were fixated on whether or not she fixed the cake.

Responding to one of these curious commenters, she posted a second clip and captioned it:

“Thankful for the lady that did my cake. [She] drove over 40 mins to fix it.”

This follow-up video showed a woman positioning the tops tiers back onto the bottom one.

She then re-frosted the cake so that the layers held in place and appeared smooth.

Using a pastry bag, she added texture and bordered the sweet treat with decorative swirls.

A gold monogram cake topper was the perfect finishing touch!


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