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Choosing your wedding cake is a fun and exciting journey. It’s also an opportunity to express your personal style, and a wonderful way to make your special day a memorable one! Here are some of our tips to help you find the perfect wedding cake:

Whether you have an idea in mind, or you’re looking for inspiration from our designs, consider using some of these traditional elements. It’s a great way to honor your family’s heritage while still celebrating the momentous occasion you’re about to experience.

1. Use a color that matches your wedding’s theme or decor.

When you choose a cake design that complements the look of your ceremony, reception and other wedding decorations, it will help your guests feel at home and welcome in the space. A simple white or yellow cake, for example, can be made to stand out as a striking centerpiece with floral accents and gold piping on the top or sides.

2. Try adding some flair to your cake by decorating it with fresh flowers that are in season for the time of your wedding.

3. Add some charms to your cake during the baking process, a fun tradition that has fallen into disuse but is always a pleasant way to surprise guests.

4. If you’re a bride or groom with a creative bent, you can even ask for the baker to make your own custom-designed wedding cake.

5. Take a trip to the bakery and try out different flavors of cake and frostings before you decide on your dream design.

When you’re planning your wedding, there’s a lot of research to do, and a lot of decisions to make. So, it’s important to get started early.

First, it’s important to find a baker who fits your needs. Most couples start the search by reading reviews on websites or talking to friends and family who have used a baker in the past.

After you’ve narrowed down your options, you can schedule an in-person consultation with the baker to discuss your vision for your cake. From there, you can decide if the baker is the right fit for your wedding and budget.

The cake is the focal point of your reception, so it’s important to work with a baker who is able to create a beautiful design that matches your wedding’s themes and aesthetic.

6. Depending on how many tiers your cake will have, you may need to order it in pieces and have the baker assemble it at your reception venue.

7. Traditionally, the bride and groom cut the cake together at the beginning of their wedding ceremony. This act symbolizes their loss of virginity and represents a commitment to each other.

Some couples opt to have a maid of honor or a friend or family member do the cutting, while others prefer for the cake to be cut by staff at the venue. Regardless, the bride and groom cutting the cake is an iconic part of their wedding.