May 27, 2005

Gratuitous Cake Posting

I just might get in trouble with the Goddess of Snark herself for posting a photo, since she didn't give the humble guest bloggers file uploading privileges. Since this seems a perfect venue for a bit of cake blogging, I took the liberty of uploading this to my server:


You see, I am getting married this summer, and the Lad and I are going to Las Vegas. This plan was intended to avoid the muss and fuss of wedding planning, along with all of the madness (cue photo of Jennifer Wilbanks) involved with throwing what is essentially multi-thousand dollar party. Overall, this was the best decision for our future nuptuals, except for one teensy little aspect. I will indeed miss having a decadent and outrageously overpriced wedding cake. Mmmmmm.

'Tis a lovely tradition, to keep the top of the cake for a private one-year anniversary celebration. Of course, I've heard that the cake generally tastes horrid after one year in the deep freeze. Hmmm. Anyone have any suggestions on this dilemma?

Posted by Sadie at May 27, 2005 05:50 PM

I was watching a food network show on Vegas, and they profiled a wedding cake maker who even sells their cakes by the slice. You could arrange to have a small cake delivered to your hotel, or wherever your reception is going to be. You should be able to have the hotel store your top layer till you check out, and then just pack it up with some ice packs.

Posted by: Ith at May 27, 2005 07:47 PM

You totally order a cake((small version)) to chow once you return from vegas.... of if you did your research you would know cake and photos are available at the "Chap O of LUV"

Posted by: Babs at May 28, 2005 06:13 AM

A lot of my friends recently have been going off to get married on their own and then just throwing a big party for friends when they get home. You could still have your cake at the party.

Cake. Yum.

Incidentally, I appreciate the invite, but I've already got four weddings to attend this summer.

Posted by: The Minister of Propaganda at May 28, 2005 10:48 AM
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