For months now, I've been going back and forth about the wedding cake, and well about many things about the wedding. At first, I just want a cupcake tower, then I learned that everyone is doing that. Birthdays, baptismal or anniversaries, the cupcakes are always present. I wanted our wedding to be different. One option is getting Joy San Gabriel for her mini-cakes, one that she's famous for. But then again, the price is an issue for me. It's possible that we'll have to spend around 15k (or more) for the cake, and honestly that's a bit too much even if my Nanay wants to pay for it.
Then I read LA's post about one of her nice-to-haves, a cake buffet. At the time that I was reading her post, I thought, what a great idea. But I didn't really think much into it. I still went to back to thinking and searching for the cake. And then, BOOOM! It hit me, a cake buffet is really briliant, beyond briliant idea. It's inexpensive, it would look nice on the table not to mention we're sure the cakes are yummy. So the next step before dreaming of my cake buffet is to ask Lace (of K by Cunanan) if they have cake stands. Bless them, they do! Lace is really nice to provide a picture of the cake stands. She also ask that we note how many we'll need by the time of contract signing.
|(cake stands from K by Cunanan)|
|(Conti's Mango Bravo; photo from practicalpinaybride.blogspot.com)|
|(Conti's Oreo Cheesecake; photo from Flickr)|
|(Sugarhouse's Almond Sans Rival; photo from shootfirsteatlater.com)|
|(Red Ribbon's Smores; photo from ybabie.blogspot.com)|
|(Red Ribbon's Choco Fudge Cake; photo from certifiedfoodies.com)|
|(Conti's Blueberry Cheesecake; photo from whatimlovingnow.blogspot.com)|
|(Conti's Choco Overload; photo from yedylicious.blogspot.com)|
|(Conti's Mango Cream Cake; photo from yedylicious.blogspot.com)|
|(Red Ribbon's Ube Cake; photo from dessertcomesfirst.com)|
I'm soooo excited just thinking about the cakes and what they would look like come wedding day. Happiness!!