(Closed) Cake Help!?!?

posted 8 years ago in Food
Post # 3
1058 posts
Bumble bee

Lol oh no! What a bummer, yeah I hear you, who would have thought something none more than a cake would make you want to tear your hair out and shoot up the place.


I went this past weekend to design my cake and taste the flavors and I thought it was going to be fun and I was so excited, but nope just the opposite. Our vendor told me that I had to go and buy my own ribbon because they didn’t have the shade of purple I requested. PURPLE!!! its one of the most popular colors of the year, why doesn’t the vendor restock her cake ribbon??? Mmmhmmm because she wants the customers to stock it for her. Totally annoying. :/

Post # 4
6572 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: February 2010

That does suck… but in the long run it’s just cake. Most people are too busy dancing to eat it anyway. Of course you want everything in your wedding to be perfect, but life just isn’t that lucky. If you have the money, you could buy a grocery store cake, those are usually very yummy and inexpensive. If not, I wouldn’t worry too much about it. No sense worrying about things you can’t control!

Post # 5
4485 posts
Honey bee

If their cake was that bad at the tasting, don’t serve it. Explain to the venue that the cake was truly inedible and that you would much prefer for them to serve a dessert from their regular menu instead. A cake is nice but not required.

Post # 6
1058 posts
Bumble bee

True, Now that I think about it I wish we just decided to do a dessert too, because our cake was $400!!!! FOR A CAKE! Ridiculous expense. I wish I could reverse it, but too far into the game to do so and we wouldn’t get our deposit back. a Cup Cake tier is nice and you could probably DIY.

Post # 7
269 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

How many people are you needing cake for?  I could recommend my cake bakers if you’re interested, they are both in Houston.

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