Post # 1
we are doing a sunrise wedding, and even though our family and friends have groaned about how early it is, I’m so stinkin’ excited! We’re getting married in Ocean City, but I still want a freakin’ cake! I can do that, right? We’re doing brunch after the ceremony at a local place, which will serve as the reception, then giving the guests the day to… take a nap… do whatever.. then an evening bonfire that night. So, when the heck would you even do cake? At brunch? That’s early! Help!!
Post # 3
I can eat cake any time, day or night. But I would probably serve it at the bonfire.
Post # 4
There’s always room for cake! Serve it morning or night, no difference. Maybe do a “first dance” and cake cutting at the bonfire? If not, you can serve a delicious lighter cake with fruit filling or someone for breakfast. Yummo!
Post # 5
I’ll eat cake anytime of day. Yes, please 🙂
Sunrise in OC will be gorgeous!!
Post # 6
I love cake… what about a breakfast cake? I personally think cake is fine anytime… any kind of cake.
Post # 7
I’d eat cake whenever too, but having it at the bonfire would be lovely.
Or how about this at your brunch?
Post # 8
This is YOUR wedding and it sounds awesome! Have cake whenever you feel like it. Anybody who complains about cake in the a.m. (or complains about cake ever, at all) is a miserable party pooper.
Oooo… what about having TWO cakes? A morning brunch cake and an evening cake? Do both if you can’t decide!!
Post # 10
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
@beachchic105: Yes please. It’s not unheard of for me to eat cake for breakfast when we have leftovers from a party.
Post # 11
I vote cake in the morning and cake at night. It’s your big day, go BIG or go home!!! 😉
Post # 12
I second (third? fourth?) the two cakes idea! Yum!
Post # 13
i will eat cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner! i love cake!!
Post # 14
@calibee79: HAHAHA, cracking up at these comments.. I love cake too and just because this is a smaller morning wedding I still kinda wanted one. I feel like I SHOULD have one. I was thinking of doing a few cakes that were kind of local http://smithislandcake.com/ <- like this, the flavors all sound SOOOO good.. my only issue with doing it AT the bonfire is there won’t be any kind of real seating, by that I mean, no table, so it’d be plates in your hands/laps type deal, and I dont want people to feel like they’re at a picnic or a birthday party (does that even make sense?) BUT I was thinking if I could find a way to do like a cinnamon or something based cake that might mimic what you would find in a sticky bun type deal (people eat those for breakfast dont they?) then maybe it’d be appropriate? I do wanna incorporate as many local vendors/things in this wedding as possible, it’s most of his families and our friends first time going and I want them to get a feel for the town (cause its awesome!)
@clairebear000: Um, is that real life? THAT is awesome (and I looove me some pancakes!) .. great tip & that’d probably be really fun and unique to have at the brunch!
Post # 15
I’d take cake both morning and night! yum!!
Post # 16
@beachchic105: omg that link to cakes… i’ll take one of each of those please! lol now i want some cake.