Questions to Ask Your Wedding Cake Baker

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Questions to Ask Your Wedding Cake Baker

Brides these days find it easier to order a fake wedding cake and not go through all the hassle of ordering a real wedding cake. But many brides love the idea of having a real wedding cake at their wedding.

When it comes to choosing their wedding cake design, some brides have unusual or confusing questions.

Every bride needs to take certain points into consideration when choosing her wedding cake, such as the size of the cake, the flavor, and, of course, the cost.

As brides are getting more into the details of their wedding, and as more and more brides are looking to have a unique wedding cake,  we have answers to the most common questions brides ask about choosing the perfect wedding cake.

New Ideas

After discussing your own interests, preferences and wedding theme with the baker, ask them for their own cake design ideas and for the hottest trends in wedding cakes at the moment.

Check out these 2020 wedding cake trends!

Wedding Cake Flavors

Ask what cake flavor, filling and frosting do they offer. Ask about the ingredients used by them and ask to taste different cake flavors. The two most common flavors include fruitcake and vanilla but you don’t need to restrict yourself to these.  For some wedding cake flavor, ideas click here!

The Baker's Experience

Ask the baker about their experience and ask to see some pictures or a slideshow of recent cakes made by the baker.

Your Budget

Ask about the price, payment terms and delivery. If you have set a specific budget for the cake, ask if they could work within it. Make sure that the price includes delivery to the wedding reception site.

Your Wedding Cake Topper

Ask what cake topper ideas the baker has and if the price quoted includes that. Sometimes, cake toppers are extra. Be creative with your cake topper.

For more cake topper ideas click here!

Fake Wedding Cake

Ask if you could mix real cake tiers and fake ones if you are having a big cake. Make sure the top tier is a real cake in order to take it away with you and enjoy it on your first anniversary.

Natural Flowers

If you are designing the cake with fresh flowers ask if the baker will provide the flowers or whether you need to coordinate that with your florist.

Ask About Policies

Ask about their policy regarding refunds and cancellations, just in case you change your mind. 

Is It a Must to Have a Wedding Cake?

If you don't like the idea of having a traditional white wedding cake, you can easily have a great alternative! Check out these ideas!

Cutting Your Wedding Cake

Cutting the cake provides an unspoken signal to your guests that it is okay for them to leave without being thought of as rude. The cake is usually cut right before or right after dinner, before the next phase of dancing starts, as a courtesy especially to the elderly that they are free to leave whenever they want.

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Do We Have to Serve Dessert After Dinner if We Are Already Serving Cake?

A wedding cake is considered dessert, and you can serve only a wedding cake after dinner so long as the cake is enough to go around for all guests.

Some Couples Have Fun with Their Cake and Playfully Smudge Each Other’s Faces, is That Appropriate?

This is totally a judgment call for both the bride and groom; depending on your guests, your parents, etc. But if you’re up for it, that’ll definitely make for some seriously funny wedding pictures.

Is There a Proper Way of Cutting The Cake?

The bride should place her hand on the knife and the groom places his hand over hers, they should make 2 smooth cuts at the bottom tier. It is tradition that the groom feeds his bride the first bite and then the bride reciprocates.

Should I Get One Wedding Cake or Have a Variety of Smaller Wedding Cakes?

The bride should place her hand on the knife and the groom places his hand over hers, they should make 2 smooth cuts at the bottom tier. It is a tradition that the groom feeds his bride the first bite and then the bride reciprocates.

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