This cake has grown quite synonymous with wedding day confections. Interestingly, a lot of our brides today are stepping out and getting much more creative with their choices. We also recommend that you take your very own portfolio, pictures and colour swatches of your wedding day palette to your meeting.
Before making an appointment with a wedding cake designer, do a bit of research on your own. This will give you an idea of what you may want to replicate. We also recommend that you take your very own portfolio, pictures and colour swatches of your wedding day palette to your meeting.
Trending now are cupcakes, replicating the design of the bride/groom’s cake. I remember when I tied the knot, my husband and I opted for the fruit cake to be the smallest tier at the top and decadent, moist chocolate all the way through. Just thinking about it still has me lost for words. We got exactly what we wanted and we were thrilled! Don’t be afraid to get creative with your wedding cake design or flavours; your taste buds will thank you for it.
Allow your design to be influenced by bits of details that will be incorporated on your big day, perhaps the lovely pearl necklace given to you by your mother or the elegant lace trimming that adorn your veil. These details will make beautiful accents.
Once you’ve agreed on flavour and design, be sure to list all details into your contract and be honest about your budget. Usually a 50 percent downpayment is needed and then the balance is due on delivery or a week or two before the actual event.
If your special day is a few months away be sure to visit Life In Trinidad – Bridal Essentials for a wide selection of wedding suppliers.