(Closed) The best kept secret in wedding cakes. Oh man.

posted 7 years ago in North Carolina – Research Triangle
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Oh my god! I’m totally getting my cake from her too!

Post # 5
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Here are some pictures of the cakes:

Without all the fondant, they may not look like the most gorgeous cakes ever, but I can assure you they were the most delicious wedding cakes we’ve ever had, and they looked beautiful in our Science Museum reception location.

We cannot recomment Rachelle highly enough.

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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I just stumbled upon your post and have to say THANK YOU!! We’re in Raleigh and looking for our vendors now – this is so helpful! 

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Wannabee
  • Wedding: June 2012

Hey! Is it possible to get me connected with Rachelle? I hear great things and I’d love to have her do my wedding cake!

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@tallicedcoffee:  I don’t think I have her email anymore, but we used The Q Shack at North Hills. So, if you call up there, they you should be able to get you in touch with her.

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Busy bee

I am logging in just to comment on this.

My Fiance and I are just coming back from tasting with Rachelle (we know her from this posts) and it is an awesome experience. I will say in advance that we have tried some cake during the 2-day Bridal Show in Raleigh and all of them are too sweet and too ‘heavy’, especially for my fiance. I contact her on QShack North Hills and we discussed about what flavor we would like. She said she can do ‘any flavor under the sun’ for 5 layer cake to feed 100 guests, and even different flavor on each one.

Well, my fiance and I finally end up with 1. green tea with honey cream filling, 2. tiramisu with mascarpone filling, 3. applesauce cake with applesauce compote (she make the compote from scratch!), 4. chocolate with raspberry filling, and 5. traditional wedding cake for the top ones. We also asked if she could make the reduced sugar version. Sounds crazy right? Somehow, Rachelle are able to make it, and we have tasting for the first three flavors. Both of us really LOVE it! They are all great, especially the tiramisu one. We are discussing some more, and she is very supportive and will revise the recipe based on our suggestion. Rachelle are even able to make different icing on each layer, all with the very reasonable price (!). We agreed to have her as our baker directly on the spot.

All of you Triangle brides, do please contact her and try it for yourself. I am sure you will not be dissapointed. She is my favorite vendor so far. Call QShack North Hills, Raleigh and ask for Rachelle.

 

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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

@lleello:  I’m so glad you had a good experience with Rachelle! I recommend her all the time, and no one’s ever even heard of her. She’s such a hidden gem!

Post # 12
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Busy bee

@redbirdevents:  I know right? My fiance does not eat cake that much because most cakes are too sweet for him, but he likes the trial cupcake and even wants to tell his friends to go there for cupcakes =D

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