Adding unique and personal details to your wedding isn’t just fun, but they can help make your special day even more memorable for you and your guests. As you may know, anything customized can be costly and time-consuming so we thought we’d share an idea that’s both budget-friendly and easy!Continue reading
Inspired by their shared love of Mallorca, M and Ø from Norway planned an intimate al fresco wedding on the island, surrounded by 80 partygoers. It was love at first sight with the venue, because it had everything they wanted, and the style of the space was unique.
You’ll want your cake, favours and cookies to look divine, so book a tasting session with your cake maker to ensure they taste as good as they look.
Having a candy cart or sweets trolley at your reception is right on trend but why not take it a step further and have a desserts table? Display plates of cupcakes, bowls of Bon Bons and jars of tasty biscuits to tempt your guests. Keep to your wedding day colour by making everything on the table shades of one colour. Or, if you adore all things bright then pick a zingy colour like lemon drop yellow or apple red or mix up the colours!
The wedding cake is a focal point of the reception, and ideally the cake will reflect the theme and colour scheme of the wedding.
Cutting the cake is now a key event of the day and is considered an ideal photo opportunity.
Ensure that the cake is placed on a sturdy table that will not wobble during the cutting. After the cake has been cut, the caterers take it away, divide it up and serve it. Guests can enjoy a slice with their coffee, or later on in the evening. Continue reading