This bride chose not to have a traditional stacked wedding cake. She wanted cupcakes.
So I did 100 cupcakes, plus a 6″ round for the bride and groom to cut.
Mixed flavors of chocolate and yellow butter cake with almond and vanilla butter cream frosting.Topped with fondant flowers, some dusted with pale green others with white pearl dust.
6″ cake for Bride and Groom to cut. I combined the 2 cake flavors, one layer of chocolate the other yellow butter cake with vanilla frosting.
Cup Cakes formerly only thought of as birthday party fare have been showing up at wedding receptions for quite some time now. They are easy to serve and often combined with a small cake for the bride and groom to cut. Stacked up on a stand or served on individual trays they can make a beautiful focal point for the reception.
Here are just a few of the cup cakes I’ve made.
Not so sure I like the “ball and chain” idea but with a good sense
of humor, it can be fun and grooms cakes should be fun. The ball here is also cake. The couple is a Wilton product.
3 tiers wrapped with teal ribbon. A scroll design is piped on the sides with dots and a teal fondant monogram.Cake is topped with an old-fashioned bride and groom ornament, fresh flowers and pink rose petals scattered on the table.