Cake! Yum! This is the tastiest part of your wedding day, and the part many of your guests look forward to. It's important to find a cake that expresses your wedding décor, feeds all your guests and tastes the way you want it. Here is a guide to finding your perfect wedding cake.
Tips for Getting Started
· Give yourself lots of time to find the cake. Four to six months is a good timeframe.
· Visit as many cake makers as possible. You'll have to make an appointment for tastings. Some vendors will charge for this, others won't. Some bakers have group tastings; others do individual appointments.
· One appointment may involve tasting icing and cake types.
· Another appointment may involve the actual decoration of the cake.
· Ask for references. Call these people and check on their satisfaction with the baker you are considering.
Tips for the Consultation
· Try as many different options as possible. You may never know what you will like. Even if it sounds weird, try some of the more unique flavors.
· Don't choose a cake based on what the baker wants you to have. Choose your cake based on your tastes.
· Ask about getting different flavors in the different layers. You and your groom may not agree on flavors. This compromise is easily accommodated by most bakers.
· Ask to see photos of cakes the baker has baked in the past.
· Bring in pictures of cakes you like. This will help explain the decoration you are seeking.
· Bring in any pieces such as cake toppers you want to include in the overall design.
· Ask about how the cake will be delivered or if it will be delivered. Is there a delivery charge?
· Ask how it will be displayed. Ask about cake stands and cutters. You may be required to rent these.
· Most cakes are priced by the slice. Ask about the number of slices in the cakes you like.
· Tell the baker your budget. A good baker and businessperson will make suggestions on getting the best bang for your buck.
· Ask about how busy your baker is and how much lead time they will need on preparing your cake.
· The groom's cake should be something special that reflects his personality.
· Use his football jersey number or his favorite college team in the décor.
· Does he play the guitar? A guitar-shaped cake is a unique style.
· Does he like golf? Create a golf scene on the cake.
· The groom's cake does not have to be as big as the wedding cake. A single sheet is ideal for an average size wedding.
· If he likes chocolate, go for chocolate. If he likes red velvet, go for red velvet.
· Keep the groom's cake a surprise. It will make the reception more special if he doesn't know what you decided to do for his cake.
· Have fun picking something out that will impress your husband-to-be.
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