Post # 47
i don’t plan on saving the wedding cake. we can get new cake on our anniversary. don’t you have to use fruit cake to freeze the cake properly? i hate fruit cake!
fi and i want cupcakes, he wants a small cake to cut, i think it’s an added expense we can do without.
Post # 48
The girl who is doing my cake is sooo sweet! She makes a mini cake of your cake for your first year anniversary. I am very excited. I don’t think freezer burn cake sounds very good.
Post # 49
I want to! I think it’s a lovely tradition! I think that if you store it properly it’ll be fine. I saw a tutorial once online on how to do it. It involved multiple layers of gladwrap and a quality tupperware container. If you just shove it in the freezer it’s gonna get freezer burn and be awful but if you freeze it properly it should be fine. I’ll be giving it a go anyway! I’d love to sit down with the fella on our first anniversary and reminice about our wedding with a piece of wedding cake!
Post # 50
My mom was nice enough to take our top tier and freeze it in her chest freezer so it doesn’t get nasty. The Dh and I have talked about taking a couple pieces to a fondue place and chololate fonduing them for our 1 year anniversary. I think that would be fun, and I’ve been bugging him to take me to this particular resturant so that will give us a good excuse 🙂
Post # 51
We are! I bet it will taste disgusting but I don’t care!
Post # 52
Nope, we’re having it for breakfast the next day. Our cake baker is going to make us a small cake for our first anniversary.
Post # 53
Heck yes we are! I think we are having a “wedding” every year as well- a party to celebrate after we renew our vows.
Post # 54
Oh, we plan on it. lol. I was against it since my sister said it was the most aweful thing she had ever tasted, but Fiance is very traditional and wants us to do it. lol. I think it’s just about packaging it right.
Post # 55
Hell no! Besides, we fed the leftover cake to the deer, they really have a sweet tooth! Who knew?
Post # 56
We are! Most bakeries will show you the correct procedure in preserving the top portion of the cake so that way it won’t make you sick and will taste just as fresh as the day of your wedding.
Post # 57
We just ate our frozen year old top tier! It was actually as good as I remember it from the wedding day. Our wedding planner knew the best way to wrap it all up and it was in my parents garage freezer for the past year. The funny thing is that when our planner wrapped it up she put it on a plate from our venue so now we have a (stolen) memento…
Post # 58
We are not planning on saving it – but I’m not against the idea of eating year old cake. Hey, it’s cake! I can always eat cake.
Post # 59
Our bakery delivers the cake with a fake top tier with the real one ready to freeze. I love the idea of having it for our one year anniversary but our freezer is tiny so it might have to be one month…or one week depending on how long we can stop ourselves from eating it 😉
Post # 60
Our anniversary is less than 2 months away and I cannot tell you how excited we both are to be able to break into that cake! I think we’ll be like “Yeah, yeah, happy anniversary. Where’s the cake?” Perhaps I should have back-up cake just in case it isn’t good a year later. 🙂
Post # 61
I ate mine already! SSH dont tell my husband!! LOLOL He won’t even remember anyway!! haha