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The wedding cake can become the center of attentionat the reception for about 20 minutes as the cake is cut and distributed to guests. Moreover each bride and groom must decide whether or not to put cake on the face of their new partner. Since the wedding cake is an important aspect of most receptions and can often be quite costly, we have designed this article to provide an overview of wedding cakes and to give some assistance in selecting the right type of cake ofr your and your guests.

The main thing to think about with wedding cakes is "how much will I need?" The answer to this question is always contingent upon the number of guests that you will have. Some cake styles and designs are bigger than others. A good wedding cake professional will be able to tell you how much and how big of a cake you should order. You can get an idea of how much cake you will need by how many people you have invited and your expected acceptance rate. Most weddings have a 75% or 85% acceptance rate. This varies with the number of out of town guests. Cakes also come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes - the cake professional will help you decide.

The flavor of the cake can have a big impact on your guests. You should select a cake that you think you and your guests will appeaciate. Many cakes have flavors like vanilla or chocolate, but there are many other flavors to choose from. In addition to the cake flavor, the icing flavor can be important as well. Remember, most of what you see when you look at a cake is the icing. Here are a few cake flavors:White, carrot, chocolate, lemon, coffee, orange, deep chocolate, butterscotch, strawberries and whipped cream, spice cake, golden, liqueurs, mousse, raspberry, white chocolate, and white.

In temrs of how the cake appears to the guests, most people go with the layer cake. The circular layer cake has 3 circles, each smaller than the one beneath it. Each layer is coated with frosting, flowers, or some other decoration that the couple prefers. Other cake types include the pan cake, which is flat, but takes up a lot of space on the cake table. This cake is eacy to serve and a lot easier to prepare and transport than the layer cake.

The frosting and decoration is another important part of the cake. Most cakes use standard white frosting, but this is not required. Other cakes that we have seen use pink or even another color of frosting. Each cake is a work of art, and should reflect the taste and uniqueness of the bride and groom.

Most people place the cake on a seaparate table for the cake cutting. However, many people put the cake on a cart with wheels that can be wheeled to the front when it is time for the cutting. The location where you place you cake will depend on your reception hall and where you want to have your cake located.

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