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There are several factors to consider while choosing a wedding cake as it must make the perfect statement for the couple on their wedding day. In addition to this, it must come in the perfect color and also the perfect flavor. Cakes are by far one of the most delicate eatables at any wedding event, and thus it is understandable if you’ve developed a mini panic attack on what to choose and in what quantity or flavor. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be this hard. With the few tips listed below, work out a perfect wedding cake with your wedding caterer. It is essential that you stay calm and clear headed while trying to make the wedding cake decision along with your wedding caterer who – this goes without saying, must be an artist at the job.

Give Yourself Time

Don’t wait until the last minute to choose your wedding cake style. Get an idea in your head and give it time to sink in, allowing yourself to be confident in your choice. That’s when you should start the tasting process. We recommend you make your choice about 4 months before the wedding.  

Taste Matters A Great Deal

This part goes without saying; You must love the taste of the wedding cake, love the taste of what you’re paying for and if you don’t, there are tons of choices to make. Arranging for cake tastings could be one of the best things to save you the embarrassment of having to find out you don’t like the taste of your wedding cake. One thing should be at the back of your mind always, Never assume the taste of your wedding cake, tasting is believing.

Get Creative, Deign Art

Wedding cakes are able to be designed as uniquely as any couple. Choose a design that reflects your personality as a couple- this can range from elegant and simplistic to bold and intriguing. Make sure you come to a decision that both partners are happy about. You can discuss with your caterer wedding cake design options and figure out what will work and what won’t. Most of all, have fun with your design and make sure you’ll be happy with it for years to come.

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