Considering how common they are at weddings, cakes are frequently considered to be an absolute “must-have”. Is a wedding cake a must, though? Do you really have to have a multi-tiered, traditional wedding cake? What are the wedding cake options?
Here are some of the things you should keep in mind when it comes to what do you need for a wedding ceremony and what to do with the wedding cake:
- In short, no, you don’t have to have a cake at your wedding. In fact, you don’t have to have anything – you don’t have to wear a white dress, you don’t have to toss the bouquet and you don’t have to walk down the aisle on “Here Comes the Bride”. You can do these things if they make you feel happy – but other than that, you don’t have to have anything you don’t want at your wedding.
- There are a lot of wedding cake alternatives available out there. One of them is having a naked cake instead of the frosted one. These cakes are very in right now and they look (and taste!) absolutely fabulous. If you want to avoid being too traditional about the cake, but if you still want your slice of dessert, a naked cake will be more than adequate.
- Aside from naked cakes, there is a myriad of other dessert options available for you. Cake pops, cupcakes, candy bars, cookies, pies – you name it and you can definitely incorporate it into your wedding, especially if you use your creativity so that it fits into the wedding theme and style.
Here at Stonebrook Manor Event Center Gardens, we love weddings regardless of what dessert is served – and we always go above and beyond to make sure our brides and grooms are truly happy with our services. So, if you are searching for an elegant wedding venue in Denver, don’t forget to stop by and take a look at what we offer!