Woman left giggling after baker puts ‘no inscription please’ on wedding cake

Organising a wedding day can be tricky business with a cake, dress and guest list to think about.

So one woman was left mortified after she spotted a wedding cake blunder and shared it on Twitter.

The restaurant owner posted it on social media claiming to have spotted the mishap before the bride.

In the photo, it showed a white frosted carrot cake with the "accidental" text slapped in the middle of it.

Her caption read: "The wedding cake arrived for today's event."

The woman said she was dying with laughter and saw the funny side as it wasn't her wedding.

Fortunately the team were on hand to sort the issue out before the bride saw the massive blunder.

The woman added: "We peeled it off and the florist covered it with flowers."

Many people were left giggling at the blunder when it was shared on Twitter.

One wrote: "Totally missed a comma, embarrassing," while another added: "That's so brutal, it works."

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A third commented: "There are simply no words, or there shouldn't be."

While a fourth slammed: "I mean… It was hideous. At least the text makes it funny," and a fifth said: "Omg that is amazing."

In other cake blunders, a woman previously ordered a birthday treat for her friend only to spot an epic fail after.

A picture of the cake's was posted on a Reddit forum back in November.

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And a baker created a realistic Bernie Sanders meme cake earlier this year.

The talented baker wowed fans with a video clip of himself cutting the cake open.

He also shared a photo of his ridiculously realistic-looking cake, which had fans mesmerised.

At the time, the post racked up more than 23,000 likes as his followers gushed over his incredible creation.

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