choosing any part of your wedding cake, first consider
your vision, your wants and what will make you the
happiest. Your guests will love it as much as you do if you
follow your heart!
fillings are as many and as varied as cake flavors. Whenever possible, taste
the combinations you are considering to see if they complement each other well.
your baker by checking out their website, reviews and social media. Also, plan
to do a sample testing.
sure to select your baker several months in advance. The baker will need to
know the date, location, and time of your reception and guest count.
baker will generally require a deposit to hold your wedding date. Be sure to
get a receipt describing the type of cake you’ve ordered, its filling, icing,
style, color and cake topper. Call and confirm your cake order about one week
before your wedding.
cakes require assembly by the baker at the reception site, so be sure to allow
time for this.
addition to your cake, other sweets can create lasting memories at your wedding
is customary to save the top layer of your wedding cake and a few of your
confections so you can share those sweet memories again on your first
bakers freeze their cakes for a few days before the wedding. Don’t let the idea
of a frozen wedding cake scare you. If frozen properly, most people cannot tell
the difference between a fresh or previously frozen cake.
- The groom’s cake is usually more casual in style and served at the reception as a second flavor choice for guests.
choosing the design for the groom’s cake take into consideration his
personality, hobbies and likes. This cake should be fun, whimsical and
the right amount of cake to order can be tricky. It is said that you should be
able to order 75 percent of what your guest count is since not all of your
attendees will take a slice.
to order your cake(s) four to six months before your big day. This should allow
plenty of time for a consultation with your baker and ensure you won’t run into
whoever is handling your catering will be responsible for cutting the cake
slices once you and your spouse have made the first traditional cut. They
should have the information of the number of guests intended to be served so
they know the size servings they should cut.
pairing a dessert wine, adult milkshake, or signature cocktail with your