Post # 1
Just wondering. I actually didn’t save mine because we would of had to take our cake on a plane from PA to our home in Seattle. I’m going home for Christmas so I plan to buy a fresh cake from the bakery for our 1 year-ish anniversary.
Post # 3
We don’t have ours because we had to move across the country. My husband doesn’t really like cake much though.
Post # 4
I would do it, but my Fiance thinks year old frozen cake sounds gross. lol
Post # 5
We ate ours on our 1 month anniversary. I figured that there was no way it would make it for a year and still taste good. We also have a small freezer, so I don’t know if we would have had room for all that time. I am thinking I might make a small replica of the cake (white cake with raspberry filling and white chocolate buttercream) because I love to bake.
Post # 6
We’re keeping ours! Just hope it still taste good a year from now 🙂
Post # 7
We’re saving ours, but we’re not sure if we will eat it at the 1 month of 1 year anniversary yet.
Post # 8
We did! Our 1-yr. anniversary was a month ago, and it still tasted just as amazing as it did on our wedding day. =)
Our baker gave us very specific instructions on how to wrap/store/freeze the top tier. So it stayed extremely fresh and moist!
Post # 9
I already ate mine….the day after the wedding, haha. We didn’t freeze it. The idea of cake frozen for 12 months makes me want to vomit. I’d rather go buy a brand NEW cake, same flavor, etc (which i’ll probably do) and eat it FRESH. I froze a cake once for like, 2 months and it was dry and crusty and had a weird freezer taste. I wrapped it real good, too–two layers, cellophane AND aluminum foil.
Mmmmm cake. Our wedding cake was so good! But, DH didn’t like the marzipan because it had almond flavoring. So i may opt for JUST buttercream topping. It was strawberry, yummy.
Post # 10
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
Just the thought of eating cake that has been frozen for a year makes me a little sick to my stomach! We’re having cupcakes, so we’ll probably make it a tradition to go to the bakery we’re getting them from and have a cupcake on our anniversary 🙂
Post # 11
We are saving ours! My cake lady has a “sure fire” method of freezing it, so it tastes great after a year… the hardest part is finding room in our freezer for it! Maybe my mom will keep it in her freezer! 🙂
Post # 12
Our bakery told us that they never recommend to eat a year old cake, so instead, just call them on your anniversary, and they make you a whole new tier for free in the same flavors. I thought that was really cool!
Post # 13
We’re not freezing ours. Plus, I’m super excited about our cake and will very well eat it all in a few days! Post-wedding 15, here I come!!
Post # 14
We totally had our top tier the next day for breakfast! We’ll get a fresh cake on our anniversary though.
Post # 15
Yuck. Absolutely not. We might go back to the place and get a red velvet cupcake that’s not a year old, but that’s as far as I’ll go.
Post # 16
Ewww. So not doing this. I would rather just go buy a small cake to share than eat one that’s a year old. The idea makes me wants to yak.