Hello kids, Since beginning this strange trip through the wedding business, I have had the opportunity to see exactly how far people are willing to go to make sure the big day goes off without a hitch. I make wedding cake toppers, so rarely do I get the opportunity to witness these bold feats first hand, but when put male something that is custom to the people directly involved in the wedding, you get to learn these things. All of my custom sculptures have a lifetime warranty. I don't really care too much about the how or why, but if you let me know your piece broke, as long as I am living, I'll fix it. But nonetheless, customers will let me know how their piece got in its particular state. Usually it is due to shipping, but every once in a while, I will get a priceless gem of an excuse. Just the other day I shipped out a repair. The piece received a bit of damage on the groom's lapel. The arms, which are attached with magnets, have a tendency to snap into place, and if you aren't careful, the lapels can break. If this happened to you, what would your reaction be? Glue it back on. Especially, if you weren't the bridal party, but the prson providing the cake. Well, this particular baker must have forgot their ceramics repair kit at the bakery, and utilized the next best thing, melted chocolate. I know, right? So I get this topper back and it's got a nice coat of chocolate holding the lapel on. Interesting improv, but not the onethat takes the cake (groan). The nest example of topper-gone-wrong would be the caterer who dropped the topper, breaking off the arm and fracturing the groom's legs at the ankle. Unable to find the missing arm, and not wanting to own up to the dropsey, this person decided to stick a full size lily into the socket where the arm used to be and play it off as if it were intentional. So this poor couple have a permanent reminder that, when they were married, the bride joined in holy matrimony with swamp man. Truly priceless.