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Some create DIY wedding cake from Costco sheet cakes, Trader Joe’s flowers, and spend less than $50

Jessica Hoyle-King of San Antonio, tells Fox News that her brother and his new bride were in the hope of getting as much money as possible for their honeymoon in Rome, italy.
(Jessica Hoyle-King)

A woman in Texas is going viral after sharing the story of her brother’s eye-popping, four-tiered wedding cake, which, in spite of its extravagant appearance, as it was cobbled together from two of the Costco sheet cake, and some Trader Joe’s flowers for under $50.

Jessica Hoyle-King of San Antonio, tells Fox News that her brother and his new bride were in the hope of getting as much money as possible for their honeymoon in Rome, italy.

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Out of fear that they might go over budget, and the two of them brought the Hoyle-King as a wedding consultant. And, with the help of her mother, Hoyle, King, and took care of the decorations, centerpieces, sourcing many of the materials from around her house, and borrow Mason jars from her parents (who are keeping bees and making their own honey.

The rest of the family chipped in where they could, as well. However, when the bride and groom announced their intentions to bake and freeze the cupcakes before the wedding, Hoyle, King, stepped in and spoke for an idea: go to Costco instead.

On the Hoyle-King, on the advice of her brother and his bride-to-be-picked up two pieces of cake at Costco (for about $18.99 each) are on the road to the couple’s rehearsal dinner. And then, with the help of the bride’s brother-in-law (a chef from the uk), they are cut up and re-arranged the cakes and re-frosted them, and beat for about 10 minutes ‘ worth of Trader Joe’s flowers on the top and on the side.

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Hoyle, King, later, a number of the supplies from Hobby Lobby for a cake stand, and set up a table in front of the wedding ceremony, which was held at the Shady Springs party barn in Austin, Texas.

It was a big hit with the guests, too, says Hoyle, King.

“Everyone thought it was fantastic!!!’, she says to Fox News.

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Holye King, who blogs at @cottagefarmhouse, and later gave the idea in order to her Instagram account. And while some of them were doubtful — the fact of just how great the cake was and the price of the flowers, most of which were blown away by the family’s resources.

I was just in it online. I love it!!!!” wrote one commenter.

“You need to have a YouTube tutorial on it!” another suggested.

“This is a hella smart,” someone else added.

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