moveon. wedding cake. April 07th , 2018.
Victorian England has brought us many of todays valued wedding traditions. For example, Queen Victoria herself is said to have had a cake that weighed in at 300 lbs. As confectioners and bakers became more daring and skillful, their creations became even more daring and elaborate. When Englands Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip were married back in 1947, their wedding cake weighed in at a whopping 500 lbs, and was 9 feet tall.
Flavor: While it is essential that your cake appeal to your visual senses, it is even more important that it taste moist and delicious! Contemporary cakes come in a multitude of yummy varieties from chocolate or vanilla, to fancy carrot, cheese, banana, fruit or mousse fillings. If you are tempted by different flavors, you can have a multi-flavored cake with different tiers in different flavors. Icing: The icing on the cake is traditionally white or ivory. A more contemporary approach is to match your icing to your wedding colors. Anything goes from dark chocolate icing, to pale pastels or bright colors.
Ask for a tasting: Ask the baker to offer you a tasting before you order your cake. Many bakers will let you taste the various cakes, frosting and fillings used for wedding cakes. Delivery and set-up: Ask the baker if they deliver and set up the cake. Your caterer will not be happy if he or she has to set up a cake that has not been ordered by them. Additional charges: Ask the bakers if they are going to charge you any kind of deposit for items such as cake tops, pillars, or columns, which will have to be used and returned to them. Inquire about costs if you fail to return the items. Also inquire if there is an additional charge for setting up the cake.
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