Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
Inspired by the Baltimore Sun article “Let them Eat Cake,” Do the Bride a Favor shared some important tips for brides on wedding cakes. Choosing a cake is a big part of the wedding. It will be eaten by the guests, and be a part of professional photos and videos, so naturally the bride and groom want to make sure it's absolutely perfect. Here are a few things to think about when looking for a cake.
“Choosing a wedding cake is one of the most important decisions in wedding planning. So take your time and pick wisely,” Do the Bride a Favor advises.
Sometimes there can be a tendency to choose too quickly.The bride and groom should shop around a bit. Try a few bakeries, sample a wide variety of flavors and consider designs that compliment the wedding theme. Last but not least, think about the overall cost and decide if all these factors are worth the price.
When thinking of flavors, make a choice by season. Spring and summer seasons are known for the abundance of fruit. Raspberry, lemon, blueberry, and strawberry, are great choices for filling or frosting. For fall and winter, think “warmer” tastes. Flavors like cinnamon, maple, caramel and chocolate are fitting for these seasons.
Also, when the bride is making or buying custom wedding candy for the guests, it's a good idea to make sure that it complements the cake as well. Colorful gumdrops or fruity candies will taste better with cakes that are plainer in flavor, like vanilla. Bulk nuts make a great side snack for chocolate or caramel flavored cakes.
The bride and groom can have their cake and eat it too. And so can their guests. The wedding cake should be everything that is important in flavor, design, and cost.
About Do the Bride a Favor
Do the Bride a Favor specializes in unique and fun wedding favor ideas and news for the bride to be. We focus on cultivating a special experience for each and every wedding guest. We also research great gift ideas in general and candy opportunities