July 2, 2010

Go faux!

"We had so much cake left over after the reception that I was begging people to take it home with them." or "We were eating cake for weeks after the wedding." How can you avoid this situation at your reception? A great way to avoid a massive amount of left overs is by using dummy cakes (styrofoam). There are many more advantages to this technique. Such as it cuts the cost of an all cake wedding cake, a more smooth, flawless looking cake and is makes tranporting a "piece of cake". And no one will ever know the difference. You could display it at the reception and then take it with you to the open house a week later. There are many different options for using dummies, such as the bottom two tiers dummy and the top tier real cake to keep and freeze for your first anniversary. Or have all dummy and bring out a small single tier cake for the bride and groom to cut and serve your guest sheet cakes.

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There is a minimum charge of $150 on any cake. Each cake is individually priced. Prices depend on the number of guests being served and the design. Prices begin at $3.oo per serving with additional charges for complex designs, flowers, fondant, gum paste, etc.

A non refundable deposit of $100 is required at confirmation of your order. Final payment is due at least two weeks prior to delivery date. An additional $25 deposit is required for any cake equipment such as boards, styrofoam, pillars etc. that will be refunded when equipment is returned.

Delivery and set-up are free in the Pocatello area. There will be a charge for any deliveries outside a 30 mile radius.


Fondant is becoming
one of the most popular
trends in cake decorating.
It provides an extremely
smooth finish to give a
perfect look to any cake.
The options are endless
when using fondant icing.