Wedding receptions culminate when the happy couple stands before their tiered and towering wedding cake to
cut the first slice.
The tradition of wedding cakes has endured since ancient times, and cakes have been presented in many
incarnations since their introduction. In fact, some have not been cake at all. One of the first wedding “cakes”
was made in ancient Rome and was comprised of bread. This bread was broken over the bride’s head to
symbolize future fertility and good luck for the couple.
Until the 19th century, wedding cakes were actually bridal pies. A “bride’s pie” was made of flaky pastry and
filled with oysters, pine kernels, cockscombs, lambstones, sweetbreads, and spices. According to Gastronomica,
a journal of food studies, humble versions of wedding cakes were also created with mutton and mincemeat.
Bridal pies eventually gave way to sweeter offerings, including fruited cakes that served as symbols of fertility
Today, wedding cakes run the gamut from all-white, fondant-covered
confections to simple sheet cakes. Some couples even opt to serve
their guests cupcakes or cookies. Although white is the preferred
color of wedding cakes, couples may opt for hues that evoke the
color schemes of their weddings.
Things to be thinking about:
Cake Shape - Round, Square, Mixed Shapes, Hexagon, Oval
Cake & Filing Flavors
Will You Keep Your Top Tier For Your Anniversary?
Rough Idea of Servings Needed
Things That We Will Need To Know When Placing Your Order............
What is the Special Occasion
Date of the Event
Time that Cake will be Picked Up or Delivered
Cake Flavor Choices
Yellow Chocolate Chip Cookie
Chocolatey Chocolate Chip
Mint Chocolate Chip
White Almond Sour Cream
Premium Cake Choices
Chocolate Covered Cherry
Banana Chocolate Chip
Cake Filling Choices
Basic Fillings $0.75/ serving
Buttercream- included in cake price
Cookies & Cream
Chocolate Raspberry Ganache
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