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Sweet News – Congratulations to Nicki and Chris

October 14, 2010

Congratulations to Nicki and Chris on their recent wedding.  It was our first time setting up at Gingerwoods.  What a hidden gem!  Old hardwood floors worn to a patina housed in an old church in a tranquil country setting surrounded by horses playing in the fields.  What could possibly be more charming?

Nicki and Chris chose Watermelon Pink and Canary Yellow for their colors, and weren’t afraid to use them!  (Bright colors always make me smile.)  And I heard from a guest at the wedding that all of the cake was gobbled up!  And by gobbled up I mean “enjoyed by all.”

Chris’ Groom’s Cake, a replica of the a UK Basketball court was served at the Rehearsal Dinner.  It’s completely appropriate to serve the Groom’s Cake then, in part because the Groom’s family is the host of the Dinner.  It’s their time to plan a party!  Dinner guests enjoyed Tuxedo Cake with Vanilla Buttercreme and Crushed Oreo filing.  mmmmmmm

Reception guests chose from Princess Cake with Bavarian Creme Filling, Strawberry Cake with Strawberry Creme and Chocolate Buttercreme Filling, Lemon Cake with Strawberry Creme Filling and Banana Cake with Bavarian Creme Filling.

Thanks for choosing Louisville Wedding Cake to create your one-of-a-kind cakes!


Sweet News – Congratulations to Pam and Clinton

September 24, 2010

Congratulations to Pam and Clinton who were recently married and had their reception at Good Shepherd Worship Center.  They’re a fun loving couple and thoroughly incorporated a casino theme into their reception.  Red and black, the four card suits, sparkle and fun were everywhere in the decorations, including the cake!

For their cake design, Pam and Clinton chose to incorporate both their theme and a design from Pam’s gown!  It was a truly personal expression and we here at Louisville Wedding Cake always say, “It’s your wedding cake.  Yes, you can do that!”   The flowers and leaves were taken from the lace motifs in Pam’s wedding gown, embossed and applied to the cake.  Then we piped on swirls and sweeps in buttercreme and added in small hand cut clubs, spades, hearts and diamonds.  Then we put those same symbols on floral wire to pop out of the top and sides of the cake.

Guests could choose from Dreamsickle Cake with Bavarian Creme filling, Pina Colada Cake with Pina Colada buttercreme filling, or Chocolate Raspberry Cake with Raspberry Creme filling.

Thanks, Pam and Clinton for choosing Louisville Wedding Cake to create your one-of-a-kind wedding cake!


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July 26, 2010

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