wedding cake. Monday , April 09th , 2018 - 12:54:31 PM
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.
Monograms are popping up everywhere in weddings these days and the top of the wedding cake is no exception. Monogram wedding cake toppers are a very elegant way to show pride in the names of the bride and groom. Wedding cake toppers featuring monograms are also a great way to put a personal mark on your wedding reception. Monogram cake toppers generally feature the initial of the grooms last name (which is the brides new last name), but they can also be a combination of the bride and grooms names. You can use a monogram as your wedding cake topper in several different ways. The monogram can be created using spun sugar, flowers or you can purchase a monogram cake topper made from plastic or lightweight metal.
Here are five ways you could save money on your cake and still have a delicious centrepiece to be proud of: Ask for your cake as a wedding present. If you cant afford to splash out on a luxurious wedding cake yourself, think about whether there are any guests coming to your wedding who would like to pay for your cake as their wedding gift to you. Close aunts and uncles or grandparents often want to make a special contribution to the big day so its always worth dropping a few hints. Make the cake yourself. Making cake isnt as difficult as you might think and as long as you give yourself a few practise runs and you follow the recipe carefully youre bound to be able to produce something youll be proud of. Cupcake towers are the easiest DIY wedding cakes to tackle, and you can have great fun icing them with your bridesmaids, but you can also try a traditional tiered cake if youre feeling brave. Combine your wedding cake with dessert. Wedding guests are often so full from the wedding breakfast that they dont really feel like eating wedding cake, so it makes sense to save a little money and serve your wedding cake as a dessert. Many couples are choosing unusual cakes such as wedding cheesecakes or ice cream cakes that make fabulous centerpieces for the first two courses of the wedding breakfast and can then be served up immediately afterwards. Minimise the size of your cake. The high cost of a wedding cake often comes from the fact that it needs to feed so many guests, but this doesnt have to be the case. Many cake suppliers will offer a package that includes a smaller decorative cake to feed approximately half of your guests supplemented with the same flavour tray cake, which will work out a lot cheaper than a full-sized wedding cake. Decorate a supermarket cake. Many supermarkets offer great quality but affordable celebration cakes covered in simple white icing. These can be dressed up with coloured ribbon and costume jewellery or fresh flowers to create a really personalised design that works seamlessly with your wedding theme; your guests will never guess its not a designer wedding cake!
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