Every couple that we have had the honour of creating beautiful wedding cakes for is familiar with how we approach our craft – Transparency and quality and we never waiver from that philosophy. That being said, I’m always excited when I meet like minded individuals in the industry and would like to introduce Calin of By Calin Photography.
With a new year comes new changes. This year’s shake up at I Do! Wedding Cakes has been dedicated to customer experience. As we inch closer to the start to 2015’s wedding season, we are trying to navigate our way through consultation season with our wits still in tact.
We pride ourselves on our customer service, and we have been blessed with really NICE couples who make my job easy. So easy that I look forward to opening the doors on the weekends.
During the design phase for a wedding cake, we always stumble upon the subject of real flowers versus sugar flowers, or gumpaste flowers as they are known as in the industry. Is one better than the other? Is one less costly than the other? Given how often we are asked, I’ve compiled a list of pros and cons to help make the decision easier.
There are a lot of big decisions to make for any wedding. You will find yourself concerned with picking the perfect dress, venue, menu, cake, and music for your wedding for the first few months of planning, but as you get closer to the big day, you will realize how many little decisions need to be made as well. In the big scheme of your wedding, those little details will make a big difference in how well the wedding day turns out for you and your guests. Unfortunately, little details are easy to forget. You never want to be the bride who’s panicking on her wedding day because she forgot to pack the right lip gloss. Instead, you can prepare for all these little things to create a beautiful and stress-free wedding day. Here are some of the wedding reception details that brides commonly forget and that you definitely don’t want to miss.
When it comes to wedding planning, choosing a date is oftentimes one of the biggest hurdles to overcome. Idyllic summer weddings, while offering that fairy tale experience, mean more stress when it comes to finding venues, vendors and doing it all within budget. There’s also the weather to worry about – and if the last few years of unpredictable summer thunderstorms are to be used as an example, planning a date so far into the future can be equivalent to rolling the dice.
After a wedding cake consultation, I’m always asked by our couples if I had any tips that I could share with them for their big day. One tip that comes to mind is of course cake related! I always suggest having them ask their venue or catering staff to pack a take away box containing a few slices of their wedding cake. Odds are that they never even had a chance to try a slice of their own cake, and it is a shame to have to wait a full year to take a fork to the top tier.