Post # 1
I have heard of this before, and just saw it in a magazine. Instead of a traditional tiered wedding cake, a single tier of cake on each table, with different flavors if desired. I am having a small wedding of about 35 people, tops, and we are having cupcakes. But, my Maid/Matron of Honor is also getting married and is looking for ideas on how to save money and loved this one.
A bride in a magazine did this and she is a baker. She didn’t want to do the cake herself, so hired one of her bakers to do it. Instead of labor intensive fondant, she chose buttercream and had different flavors for each cake. I don’t think she did this on each table, but I loved the idea of doing that. Then, the guests could mingle and see what the other tables have and maybe could trade.
Post # 3
I’m not doing this but I know one of the bloggers did…stand by i’ll try to find the link. I think it’s a really cute idea and saves you money on centerpieces! I love multifunctional items!
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Post # 5
A friend of mine got married in december. She had cup cakes that looked like mini christmas puddings for her wedding cake. It was brilliant.
Its a huge trend in the UK at the moment, at least where I am. And I like it!
Post # 6
I went to a wedding where they did this. I thought it was a cute idea! They had the MC announce that people would be coming around to cut and serve the cakes after dinner to keep people from serving themselves.
Post # 7
I have never heard of this before, but I love this idea! Especially for a wedding your size. So much fun!
Post # 8
This is a very cool, economical idea!!
Post # 9
I like the idea! Actually I thought about doing this myself but my caterers were not on board
Post # 10
I was at a wedding last summer where they did this, I really liked it! They did all different flavours of cake, and could go to other tables and get a piece of their cake if you didn’t like the flavour on your own table. Everyone loved it, and the really great part is that everyone got a flavour of cake that they liked and it encouraged the guests to start mingling right after dessert.