wedding cake. Monday , April 09th , 2018 - 12:52:24 PM
So you see how the ideas grow and how wedding cake themes are endless, personal and precious to each couple and their circle of friends and family. Traditional wedding cakes are the circular tiered type but these can be up-dated as a chic stack of diminishing squares. Another up-dating trend is embellishing tiered cakes with asymmetrical, cascading arrangements of vibrant, colorful fresh flowers. Cake Boss floral wedding cakes are leaders in this trend. Your baker needs to coordinate with your florist to mix and match the right blooms.
The cake is displayed on a beautifully decorated table, which goes in front of the main table without blocking the guests view of the bride and groom. A decorated knife is usually placed at the table. The cake is cut after the reception lunch or dinner has been served. The cutting of the cake is announced prior to the cutting. The right hand of the groom goes over the right hand of the bride, while they cut the wedding cake together. The first slice is fed by the groom to his bride, after which the bride serves her new husband. The cake is then taken away by a family member, friend or the catering staff to be cut. The cutting is not done in front of the guests. The cake is then served with coffee or tea. Know that once the cake is served and eaten, your guests will start to leave. Selecting the right baker to create your wedding cake is important. A wedding cake is a work of art. Here are some helpful questions to ask your baker to make sure that you get exactly what you are looking for: Ask to see their portfolio: Ask the baker to show you pictures of wedding cakes that they have previously made. This will help you to determine if you like the bakers style and creativity. Ask about custom designed cakes: Find out if the baker will custom design a cake from your specific idea or picture. Also ask if they charge an extra fee for this service.
Be warned, however, that some reception facilities will CHARGE you for bringing in a different cake. They will refer to it as a plating fee or some other such nonsense, but it can cost over $1 per person if your facility charges such a fee. Better to ask upfront to avoid any surprises to your budget.
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