There are many factors that affect the price of a wedding cake. Whatever your budget, you need to be realistic about what you expect for your money.
Wedding Cake Tips
A special cupcake or keepsake in addition to a main wedding cake is great if you want to give a small treat or sugar keepsake to someone special.
Wedding cakes can be pretty expensive. However, here are five ways you can save money on your wedding cake without losing the wow factor.
The tradition of preserving the top tier of a wedding cake for a christening or first anniversary is still a popular choice for newlyweds.
Zoe Clark looks at different icing techniques and ideas used to create both elaborate and simple wedding cake designs.
Cakes are food and all food has seasonality. Here are some tips for what type of wedding cake to serve depending on the time of year.
Usually asked to make classic white or ivory wedding cakes, Zoe Clark loves it when a bride chooses a coloured wedding cake instead of following tradition.
The design of a wedding cake is a great way to really celebrate the season, to complement the flowers and create a seasonal centre point.
The wedding cake trends for 2011 see couples going back to more traditional wedding cakes, sticking to softer colours and simple yet elegant decoration.
Serving wedding cake as dessert: why you might want to and why you should think twice.
Some of the reasons why you might want to consider having mini cakes rather than a tiered wedding cake at your wedding reception.
Instead of ivory or white go for a soft nude colour for your wedding cake. There are many shades of ‘nude’, and your cake maker can mix icing in any colour.
When choosing your wedding cake you could go for a novelty design themed on a hobby, or opt for a classic design with a subtle nod to your personality.
When it comes to wedding cakes the choice of flavours is vast. Nowadays your choice of wedding cake flavour is far more extensive than just fruit cake.