You’ve decided to bake your own wedding cupcake cake; all the wedding cakes you like are too expensive. Time to gather your friends and make a wedding cupcake cakes.
Are you afraid you might one day regret choosing cupcakes over a wedding cake? Bake a very small round cake to add to the top of your wedding cupcake cake. This way, you can have all the benefits of cupcakes yet still include the famous cake cutting as part of your reception!
Part of the reason wedding receptions originated was for the guests; a reception is an invitation to help you and your groom celebrate this major milestone. You probably considered hiring a D.J. to play music at your reception. You may have even debated the idea of having an open bar. No doubt, you turned down your aunt’s donation of cheap, tacky wedding favors. Why did you do all these things? For your guests, of course! So how can you serve a chocolate wedding cake when you know a few of your friends are allergic to chocolate? Make sure every guest has a great time at your wedding; bake a wedding cupcake cake and serve more than one flavor!
In many cases, cupcakes actually taste better than wedding cakes! Have you ever eaten a piece of cake with fondant icing? Fondant icing is a very popular choice for wedding cakes. Fondant cakes are some of the best looking designs, but they aren’t the best tasting! If you’ve never had the experience of tasting fondant, I’ll share mine with you. Unlike regular frosting, it doesn’t melt in your mouth and doesn’t leave you wanting another bite! Believe it or not, some fondant frosting tastes like gum or paste. Wedding cupcake cakes look as impressive as fondant wedding cakes, yet taste so much better!