wedding cake. Monday , April 09th , 2018 - 12:22:14 PM
Most essential in any wedding cake is the flavor. You can have the loveliest creation made but whats the point of pretty without taste, it doesnt make sense and neither does it make good eating. Traditionally wedding cake filling is fruit. But if you prefer chocolate as your selected flavor then theres no reason why you and your guests cant have chocolate. Out with tradition to make way for new scrumptious wedding cake flavors eaten at weddings. The white wedding cake with white butter-cream icing is not as common as it was judging by modern day weddings. Remember this is your day and your cake. Cheesecake goes down well. Its an ideal choice for the not so grand wedding, but is fabulously appropriate and cheap for a small wedding. Meringues, baked Alaska, fruitcakes, chocolate cake, and angel food cake are also increasingly popular.
Though butter cream, and cream cheese frostings are still in demand, the current trend in cake frosting is flavor and color enriched Rolled fondant or the less expensive faux-fondant with its smooth and elegant porcelain look that encourages creativity. Cake bakers can match wedding colors, motifs, duplicate intricate details and create silhouettes and scrollwork to complement wedding themes. When I got married, the weding cake was either vanilla, chocolate or a marble of the two. Today there are tens of flavors for the bride and groom to choose from. Many tend to choose a different flavor for each tier, cake, or a certain number of cupcakes to represent their individual favorite cake flavors. Some add different filling for each cake flavor as well as frostings of different flavors.
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.
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