Alejandra García, An Exceptional Wedding Bakery
Text by: WHITE Bridal
These are just some basic things to keep in mind:
1. If you already know what kind of cake you want for your wedding, make sure that you bring an image of the design that you liked, or tell me what your likes and preferences are. Personally, I will take charge of making your dream a reality.
2. The tendency is to have a plain wedding cake, but wedding cakes decorated with flowers look incredible! We can use real flowers, or artificial ones, whatever you desire, to decorate your cake.
3. What is best recommended is for you to choose a beautiful and tasty cake that is to your liking and taste.
4. Set a time to order your wedding cake. In general, a cake should be ordered at least 4 months before the wedding.
5. Once you have elected which cake you want and that the cost is within your budget, you only have to give a down payment to assure yourself of having that dream cake.
6. Don’t worry about the delivery. Your cake will be delivered on time for the day of your wedding. We will deliver and place the wedding cake at the events center, or ballroom, where the wedding will take place.
“I know how important the wedding cake is for your wedding. Please tell me how to make the wedding cake of your dreams”.Alejandra García
For Your Beautiful Cake
Your cake is easily the most high profile item on your party menu and its appearance is just as important as its taste. Here, five of the biggest trends we love right now.
CLASSIC COLORS, UNIQUE SHAPES
Instead of making your cake pop by adding vibrant colors, add visual interest by choosing offbeat shapes for a white or ivory cake. This strikes the perfect balance between traditional and modern.
Add a little sparkle to your sweet confection with cake jewelry. Paired with pearlized fondant, this gives your cake such a modern, glamorous feel.
Monogram cake toppers have been popular for years, whether hidden in scrollwork or prominently placed on its own tier, adding your monogram is a sweet, sentimental touch.
ADDING COLOR THROUGH OMBRÉ
Don’t want to commit to a bold-hued cake? Try ombré instead to add a touch of color.
More and more bakers are asking to see photos of the wedding dress, and with good reason — they’re replicating the lace details, the intricate appliqués, and the delicate beading on elements of the cake.