Post # 17
Even if you are ok with having it kept away until you are ready to cut it you will still probably have issues with melting. At my wedding the cake was served after dancing had already started so people just continued to dance and went back to their seats for cake when they were ready for a break from dancing. If we had ice cream cake that would have come back to a plate of liquid.. just something to think about.
Post # 18
Ice cream cake is delicious. You’ll just have to determine whether you want your cake to be displayed at your reception? Also, if you are having a lot of guests, it may be difficult to serve without melting. I also agree with other bees that it may be too time-sensitive for guests to rush and get cake before melting.
That said, could you do an ice cream groom’s cake at the rehearsal dinner (which is less for display purposes, fewer people to serve, and can be eaten right away)?