|Posted by Classic Cakes by Louise on June 24, 2009 at 10:26 PM||comments (0)|
The groom's cake originated as a southern tradition where a special cake was made reflecting the groom's interests, hobbies, occupation or favorite sports team, etc. Normally, the groom has the responsibility of hosting the rehearsal dinner or rehearsal party. The groom's cake is usually served at the dinner / party. It later became acceptable to have both a groom's cake and a bride's cake served together (but on separate tables) at the wedding reception. These cakes ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Classic Cakes by Louise on October 14, 2008 at 12:30 AM||comments (0)|
The flowers that are friends with the bride's budget are silk. Many brides choose this option not only for this reason, but for a variety of reasons. They always look perfect, are the right color, and can be purchased and arranged ahead of time!
Sugar paste, or gum paste flowers can be as stunning as real flowers. They also look perfect since there are not bruised petals. They are long lasting and can be used in hosehold decorating after ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Classic Cakes by Louise on October 12, 2008 at 12:21 PM||comments (0)|
Many brides ask me about colors for/on their wedding cake. In order to match your wedding colors, I will need a sample. This can be a swatch of fabric, piece of ribbon, a colored napkin, or even an invitation. Davids BridalTM sells fabric swatches in the same color of your bridesmaids dresses for $1.00 per swatch. I wouldn't even need the whole thing, just a strip of it. Save that buck! You might need the rest of it to match dye for the shoes.
Matching ...Read Full Post »