I have to say today's Q and A may take the cake. Literally. Videography gives me insight into many, many weddings. This is one blog post that I have never read about or had any clue what I was doing myself. Most couples don't think about cake cutting until they are actually cutting their cake for guests to enjoy.
Q: How do we cut the cake?
A. You don't. You throw it at your guests. Totally kidding but guys cake cutting is an art. All your guests are watching. Your palms are sweating. Is your husband going to smash cake in your face? Is your eyeliner smeared? Do you have meatball sauce on the back of your dress from a guests plate brushing up against you when they hugged your neck? True story. Interesting story really.
Cake cutting is something you more than likely have not thought about. I love when couples go to cut the cake and then realize it isn't cutting like a normal cake. The expression of confusion as they stare into the camera is priceless. No, I shouldn't make fun but honestly I love it. I will say each cake is different. Some are right on the stand. A majority of cakes have a cardboard base under the bottom cake layer. When you cut into the cake you start to think why is this not cutting through all the way? You have, no worries. Also remember that bottom layer when it comes to plating your piece of cake. You will not cut a perfect piece and that is okay. Cake is
Love Song Friday next!