wedding cake. Monday , April 09th , 2018 - 10:13:39 AM
Have you thought about staging your masterpiece? This comes next. Be sure to take the wedding cake stand into consideration during your planning phase. While some cakes can be simply placed on flat boards that will not be seen by the general public, others are elaborately displayed on beautiful stands for everyone to see. Keep in mind the simple fact that actual size of the cake table must be in proportion to the actual size of your cake. A table that is too small will make the cake look way too big, while a table that is too large will make it look like a tiny cupcake. And before we forget, your cake table will need a beautiful covering to compliment its strategic location at the wedding reception. Oh, dont forget the cake knife and cake server. There needs to be a place on the table for these two items as well.
But simple as they are, here are the FAQs most couples have when purchasing. Are they expensive? Yeah. Theyre a lot of dough! Sorry. Couldnt help it. On average, Americans spend $575 on their wedding cakes and average around $3 per slice.
Personalization is the current trend. Cake toppers are often chosen because they either reflect the lifestyle or hobbies the bride and groom share together, coordinate with the wedding theme, emphasize the wedding flowers or display their initials. One of the hottest cake top trends is individual initials or a monogram created with stunning Cake Jewelry, another is a couple resembling the bride and groom. Flowers and ribbon cake tops have never died out and though they are not a trend, they are quite popular. For family weddings, family cake tops that represent a bride, a groom and children are in very high demand.
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