Choosing your Wedding Cake

If there is one element of your wedding that is easy to make completely unique, it’s your wedding cake. You can create pretty much anything out of marzipan and fondant icing nowadays, so use this as an opportunity to have a bit of fun and reflect your personalities. We’ve seen a variety of incredible wedding cakes across our wedding venues; from extravagant masterpieces that depict the wedding venue itself, to a towering Croquembouche. 

Dating back to medieval times, wedding cakes traditionally were spirit soaked, spiced fruit cakes that could be enjoyed again at a child’s Christening. Nowadays, more couples are choosing unique wedding cake flavours to complement their evening buffet, so that once your guests have enjoyed your wedding bands’ first set, they can recharge with a sugar rush and keep your wedding venue alive all night long.

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Looking for an alternative wedding cake flavour? Take some inspiration from our top 25 suggestions...

A gold tiered wedding cake featured at a Botleys Mansion wedding
Make it delicious

Tips and advice when it comes to choosing, displaying and cutting through a French-style wedding cake, otherwise known as a Croquembouche.

 

Make it delicious

A guide to wedding cakes of the naked kind; no icing or frosting, just delicious-naked-cake

Make it delicious

A guide to wedding cakes; from planning your design to the delivery of your wedding cake on the big day.