5 Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Cake

  • September 26, 2014
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The magical moment you waltz down the aisle and into the arms of your future spouse should be overshadowed by nothing, least of all wedding cake concerns!

We’ve been in the business of making wedding cakes for a long time, and we know there are a lot of factors to consider when planning the perfect event. So let us help you avoid common cake mistakes with some of our top tips.

1. Timing is everything

Choosing the best for your big day means time is of the essence, and special cakes need to be planned well in advance. Giving us plenty of notice means we can take the time to consult with you, order any bespoke materials we might need and ensure we have the best sugarcraft confectioner on the case.

2. Don’t be a design diva

While it is important that you’re completely in love with your wedding cake, you should also be realistic. Classics are classics for a reason. And remember, you’re dealing with seasoned professionals; we know what works!

3. Tasty samples

It’s important that you truly love the taste of your cake. So if you have no idea what you’d like or – dare we say it – you’re not much of a cake person, make sure you enlist the help of someone who is. Bring a friend along to your cake consultation and don’t be afraid to ask the advice of our knowledgeable staff.

4. Budget buster

If you’re looking for ways to trim some costs, consider serving your wedding cake as your after-dinner dessert. This way you can be sure guests will fully enjoy your carefully-planned cake before all the dancing begins.

5. Not a traditionalist?

Break with convention and consider serving a selection of your favourite desserts instead of a full cake. Be inspired by some of our contemporary wedding cakes, or consider a beautiful array of colour-coordinated cupcakes on a three-tier display.

We’re always happy to help, so if you’d like to make an inquiry about your wedding cake (and avoid these common cake mistakes!) then get in touch with our friendly staff.

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