Visitors to the Ideal Home Show sponsored by Zoopla*, have voted on their favourite royal wedding cake from 38 towering masterpieces designed in celebration of the forthcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Entries from both professional and amateur cake-makers are displayed at The Ideal Home Show at Olympia, London, with ideas ranging from a ‘whirlwind romance’ typhoon-style concoction to the more conventional multi-layer cake in traditional colours.
Catering arrangements and having the perfect wedding cake can be daunting, especially if you or your guests have specific dietary requirements, but fear not, now there’s a cake to suit everyone’s needs and your budget.
Whether your wedding is small and intimate or bursting with guests, the aim is to host a celebratory party that’s inclusive to all. Within many groups of family and friends, there is likely to be a few guests who have a food intolerance, so it’s important to find a way that ensures everyone enjoys a slice of the action.
A cake to cover all dietary requirements - Gluten and Dairy free
Michelle Marwood, Events & New Business Coordinator, at award-winning wedding venue Hylands House, Essex gives us some sweet ideas for making a wedding breakfast that is just your cup of tea.
A wedding breakfast can be anything you want it to be these days from a traditional three course meal to having lots of food stations where guests can help themselves to a variety of different foods. And these days you can really indulge people with an array of cakes.
5 Top tips for a perfect wedding breakfast
Since I started my wedding cake business I soon came to realise that weddings are no longer about following rules on colour and traditions and are increasingly finding new and exciting ways to push the boundaries and wow the guests. This is why I absolutely love having my part in the industry because I find that pushing boundaries is so important when finding inspiration to create exciting new designs.
Cheshire Girl, Hana Khan wins her wedding at Bride Bouquet Toss
Brides-to-be gathered at Tatton Park on Saturday 3 December for a bouquet toss hosted by bride: The Wedding Show. Up for grabs – quite literally - for the bride who caught the bouquet was a package that included the wedding cake, bridal bouquet, a photobooth, wedding vehicle, tipi honeymoon suite, 50% discount off hire of Tatton Park as a wedding venue – and much more!
The lucky bride who won this fantastic package was Cheshire girl Hana Khan. Having been proposed to less than a month ago in Dubai, by long-term best friend and boyfriend of four years Jonathan Collins, the pair are now set to wed in September 2017.
With the average wedding costing £14,500 and frequently taking months and months of planning, it can be devastating to learn your big day cannot go ahead without any sort of compensation.
The last thing you want to worry about when planning a wedding is any unforeseeable mishaps that just may taint what is going to be the best day of your life.
What’s covered? From a ripped wedding dress to loss of the all-important rings, no-one can predict how your day could go,therefore, taking out wedding insurance can be important to cover your wedding financially if your big day is ruined, postponed or cancelled.
With many years experience we like to think we are specialists at making wedding cakes.
We supply Lancashire with stunning cakes for all occasions however wedding cakes are a particular passion of ours.
We put everything into making the perfect cake for you. We offer a variety of fruit, sponge or chocolate cakes with various fillings and more importantly so that you get the cake you want, our team of confectioners will tailor make your unique design. Everything on our cakes is handmade yet we are also competitively priced.