Post # 1
My fiance and I are planning to have Georgetown Cupcakes (from the show DC Cupcakes!) instead of a traditional wedding cake, and we were going to skip the cake cutting ceremony. Only problem: my grandmother recently bought us a beautiful cake cutting set and is expecting us to use it at the wedding. We don’t really want to complicate things (or add cost) with a sweetheart cake. Is it possible/okay to have a cake cutting ceremony with cupcakes? What do you think>
Post # 3
Can they make one larger cupcake? Not a a true “sweet heart” cake but one large enough for you to actually cut?
Post # 4
I think even a regular cupcake is totally cut-able (is that even a word? haha). Just cut your cupcake in half or even in quarters! it’ll probably be easier to feed each other a bite-size piece.
Post # 5
Here is a giant cupcake and tin. They look really awesome when they are done. So you could have the cake look like a cupcake. And you (ahem your grandmother) can make it at home even!
Post # 6
You could totally have a cupcake cutting. Usually the pictures are taken from the front and you can’t see what they are cutting anyway.
You can each cut a small piece off the cupcake to feed to each other to keep grandma happy.
Post # 7
Or you could have one made slightly larger, like say in a muffin pan as opposed to a cupcake pan.
Post # 8
We had petits fours (which aren’t exactly cupcakes, but are about the same size) and just cut that and fed little bits to each other. It worked exactly like cutting a regular cake!
Post # 9
We did cupcakes and a cutting cake. My husband wanted the cuppies while I wanted the traditional cutting of the cake, so we compromised on it. For us, it was the best of both worlds!