wedding cake. Tuesday , April 10th , 2018 - 12:49:02 PM
There used to be a time when brides chose a cake from the catalog the baker gave them, or brought a picture from a magazine. Today brides as well as grooms, realize how special they are and do not want a replica of a pictured cake. Aware that the wedding cake is the centerpiece of their reception, they want to have their cake individually designed to their own personal style and taste, both taste in design and taste in flavor. So they put on their thinking caps and are coming in with their own ideas, usually coordinating their cake design, the frosting design, the decorations and the cake topper, with the wedding color scheme, wedding theme, bridal attire, flowers, wedding accessories, reception hall decor, and if they have children, the family. aving provide the bakers with details to adhere to, they expect the result to be a totally unique and PERSONALIZED cake.
Ordering the cake: Bakers often require you to place your order at least a couple of months in advance. This gives them enough time to devote to making your cake. Once you settle on a particular baker, put down everything in writing and have them confirm it so that there is no room for any confusion later on. Make sure the order clearly states what kind of wedding cake you have chosen. If it is going to be a shaped cake, write down the exact shape or design that you have requested. List down how many tiers the cake is going to be made of. If you wish to store the top tier of the cake for your first anniversary, remember not to count its pieces for serving your guests. Also specify what flavor each separate tier should be of. The wedding cake order should include a little description of the decorations that you have decided on. Specify which cake topper will go on the cake. List the time, date and location of the wedding reception. Lastly, specify the exact cost of the entire cake, including any additional charges. If any deposit is given, write down the amount of the deposit as well as the remaining balance.
Beach Relaxation Cakes - Our absolute favorite beach wedding cake is 2 Adirondack chairs as the cake topper, with 2 pairs of flip flops beneath them. Figurines of the bride and groom sitting in the chairs is optional. A regular beach or lounge chair can also be used instead of the Adirondacks. One of our other favorites was a figurine bride and groom snoozing in a large hammock as the cake topper, with sand and miniature beer bottles beneath them. Swimming Pool Cakes - Not with real water, we promise! Picture this: the top cake layer made to look like an endless swimming pool. This can be done by cutting the top square edge off of the cake (like a router would carve out the edge of a wooden table), to simulate an endless pool. Figurines of the bride and grooms heads could be sticking out of the top of the pool, with shades and sunhats on, holding cocktails of course!
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