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March 4, 2010

The Wedding Dress: Should the Bridegroom Be Involved In the Selection

Wedding Dress

Wedding Dress

What happened to the groom seeing you for the first time in the dress at the wedding?  He would stand there in awe being blown away by the vision of you in angelic white floating toward him as if in a dream? Tears would fill his eyes as he saw you for the very first time as his bride.

Before the wedding bride’s would hide the dress if he was in a 10 mile radius of the blessed vestment.  No bride wanted to be seen by her beloved in her dress before that magical moment or she could risk bad luck if he did indeed find a way past her security force of Mom, Grandma, Aunts and basically any female in shouting distance. All women banded together to keep his prying eyes from the dress.

Now caution has been thrown to the wind. Bad luck omens don’t hold the same power over these generations’ brides as it did young girls of yesteryear.  Some women are (more…)

February 28, 2010

The Groom’s Cake: Where is the Bride’s Cake?

Groom's Cake - Coors Light

Example of Groom's Cake

Being from the North I have just recently learned of the groom’s cake. My first thought was where is the bride’s cake?  Why does he need his own cake? What is this all about?  I thought this was crazy! She shares the wedding cake and he needs his own cake.  This seemed to stink of what is mine is ours and what is yours is yours!  I had to get to the bottom of this to find out why so many couples today are choosing to have a separate groom’s cake for him.

If you’re wondering as I did where is the bride’s cake I am here to tell you where it is.  The case is solved; I found the bride’s cake.  The wedding cake is the bride’s cake!  I thought the wedding cake was just that… a cake for the wedding.  A dessert sometimes served at the wedding, and sometimes it is wrapped in napkins to be taken home. As I looked into this further I was pleasantly surprised. (more…)

February 27, 2010

The wedding cake: has traditional become cliché

Category: Wedding Cakes – Tags: , , , – admin 8:40 pm
Wedding Cakes

Cake by Auntie Ellen's Creative Confections

Do the new trendy cakes of today turn the wedding cake in to a carnival attraction or just a glorified birthday cake being sold as a wedding cake?  Years ago the cake was one of the less stressful parts of the wedding and not that expensive in caparison to the other expenses.

The decisions were centered more around what flavor of cake should we choose and what color should the flowers be?  Should I match the color of flowers to the bridesmaid’s dresses?  What do I do if I get green dresses; I don’t want green roses on my cake! Should the flowers match my boutique? My favorite cake is chocolate but will that be too messy for my white wedding dress if he decides to smash it in my face?

The top of the cake was either the traditional bride and groom or a crump of fresh, silk or iced flowers. The cake toppers were sometimes sentimental and handed down from one generation to another.  Occasional a couple would break with tradition and put (more…)

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