Wedding Cakes

October 07, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

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One of the main events of your wedding day will be when you get to cut your wedding cake in front of all your friends and family. In Puerto Rico the placement of the cake is one of the main concern for the wedding decoration
The wedding cake will sit beautifully throughout your wedding reception and will be gazed upon by everyone as you cut that very first slice as husband and wife.
It is common when choosing a wedding cake to match it up with your wedding colour theme or wedding style.  Some couples opt for the traditional tiered wedding cake, where as others are a little more adventurous and go for a unique wedding cake or even cupcake wedding cakes which are easy to distribute. Normally the wedding cake designer would bring the wedding cake to the wedding venue on the day of your wedding to set it up appropriately.  Not only will you need to consider what style of wedding cake to choose, but you will also need to decide on what to have as a filling. For variety, some couples have the different tiers of their wedding cake created in different flavours. Wedding cake fillings can consist of sponge, chocolate, vanilla, carrot, cheesecake or even chocolate fudge cake.   Having different fillings in your wedding cake is great for giving your wedding guest a choice on your reception buffet, or if you are serving your wedding cake as dessert.  Traditionally the wedding cake was cut up during the reception and then sent home with guests in cake boxes or bags at the end of the evening, but now a days wedding cake is served throughout the evening reception buffet for guests to enjoy.

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