When you think of a wedding, you might think of the traditional method of having one large cake with multiple layers, each smaller than the last. While the different layers can be different flavours, there’s still not a lot of choice available when it comes to traditional wedding cakes. Another approach is to have a lot of smaller wedding cakes instead of one large, grandiose affair.
You may have to purchase more wedding cake stands and wedding cake toppers if you have a lot of separate cakes, but if you think about it, this isn’t a lot of extra cost for the ability to be able to have a wide variety of cakes at the wedding. Sure, a wedding is all about the bride and groom, but sometimes it’s good for them to ‘give back’ to the wedding party.
Of course, using multiple cakes for a wedding instead of one large fancy one does add a lot of small decisions to what might already be a hectic planning process. Amongst other things, you’ve got to ensure you book the best professional wedding photographer. However this is still a small price to pay to have a wedding that is a little different, a little 21st century if you will. There are a few things you should take into consideration when trying to choose the right wedding cakes for multiple guests.