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Perhaps you have been planning your dream wedding from a young age and have always envisaged your cake to be traditional. You’ve pictured yourself cutting into the first slice of a large, multi tiered, white fondant cascade of cake beauty surrounded by roses. Or perhaps that image doesn’t resonate with you at all and you’re imagining something completely different – unique even.
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If you’re looking for an alternative choice for a wedding cake then a wedding pie is perfect for you! Savoury pies are becoming increasingly popular and is a great choice if you’re planning to marry in the Autumn/Winter season as it creates a warm and cosy atmosphere. This idea would defiantly link in with a country themed wedding or if you’re getting married in a barn as it is an informal choice for a wedding cake. There are hundreds of flavours to choose from but my personal favourites include cherry, coconut cream, blackberry and apple pie! You will love these pies as they can come in different sizes, flavours and can be arranged to be put in tiers so they look like an actually wedding cake. They can also be decorated with flowers and other decorations to link in with your wedding theme.
Weddings are all about personality. They’re about two people, their vision, dreams, ideas and what makes them tick. The personality of the couple should impact upon every element of the day; from the venue choice and the dress, right through to the colour scheme and the food.
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Are you bored of all the wedding cakes? Would you like to find a more creative and quirky cake? If the answers yes then cheese wedding cakes is your answer as they offer an alternative source to a traditional cake and are the latest trend. Also, you can make the cake look more attractive by adding fruit, flowers, feathers and ribbons to easily customise your cake to fit the theme of your wedding.
There is a wide range of cheeses to choose from, which include cheddar, Red Leicester, Brie to Cornish yarg which can be placed in tiers to look like a real wedding cake. This is a great option to choose as it can surprise your guests and create a relaxed feel to the day. Also, a cheese wedding cake can be decorated to become a visual statement and make the atmosphere feel informal. Just remember, in the summer season don’t choose particular strong cheeses and always put the hardest cheeses on the bottom and softer cheeses like brie on top as they will sink or melt.
The Oxford Cheese Wedding Cake Company is a great company to choose as you can create your own personalised wedding cake with their large selection of cheeses made from organic and local ingredients. After all, who wants a normal wedding cake anyway?
Le Papillon Patisserie have one simple aim: to make each and every wedding cake unique to each bride. They are a bustling cake shop in the heart of Surrey, making fine French patisserie and wedding cakes. We are excited to say that they will be holding a stand at the Earl’s Court National Wedding show this weekend. So go along to stand F50 to find out more!
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