Your wedding cake will be a focal point and one of the most visual parts of your Hampshire or Dorset wedding reception. Designs vary from a tempting display of cupcakes to a six-tier extravaganza, or why not opt for a bespoke cake for your big-day reflecting your personalities? A professional Hampshire or Dorset wedding cake maker will create cakes to wow and delight your guests with a variety of fillings and flavours.
Here’s some star wedding cakes Hampshire and Dorset suppliers you might want to get in touch with...
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French pâtissier Ladurée, expert in providing luxury macarons and table favours, has a gorgeous selection of sweet gifts, cakes and macaron towers that would make the most gorgeous addition to any wedding celebration this summer. The story of the Ladurée macaron starts in the middle of the 20th century with Pierre Desfontaines , who had the idea of sticking two macaron shells together and filling them with a delicious ganache. Since then, the recipe remains unchanged.
Posted: 26 June 2023
After moving to Andover, the team at Ditsy's Cakes are celebrating their first anniversary at the new studio. After the last couple of difficult years, the wedding season is back in full swing with many wedding fayres, no restrictions and consultations taking place in person – allowing the company's wonderful new space to be fully utilised. Owner Suzanne Glew has been working hard to create new designs, including sculpted cakes to push her skills to the next level. She says, "I love bringing ideas to life and making classic designs as well as bespoke pieces. I can cater to certain dietary requirements with various flavours available."
Posted: 3 January 2023
With full-scale weddings back up and running, having a show-stopping cake is more important than ever. If you're walking down the aisle this year and in the process of finalising your menu, you must ensure that you are up to date with the latest trends so you can choose the perfect wedding cake.
From delicate florals to bright colours and sculptured designs, experts from AYRE Events share the most popular up and coming trends to keep in mind.
Posted: 4 May 2022
Online sweetie wholesaler Wholesale Sweets is helping couples create the tastiest sweets table for their guests to enjoy on their wedding day. Sweets tables are a great way to give guests another treat at wedding receptions and over the years they've become extremely popular. Kathryn Hague from Wholesale Sweets said: "We understand that catering to your guests is an important part of your wedding day so we wanted to give couples some tips on how to create a gorgeous sweets table that guests will keep coming back to...
Posted: 9 March 2022
The creative juices have been flowing at Dorset's Magically Crafted Cakes. Owner Beth Carter has been working on a new autumn showstopper to add to their range of wedding creations. She says, "It's my absolute favourite season; I love all the colours, crisp cool air and log-fire evenings, so my latest design had to be autumnal.The stone effect really helps the colours of the florals to pop!"
As well as being super busy with weddings, they've been working on tantalising new cocktail flavours too. "We already have Jack Daniels and rum and coconut on the menu, so we wanted to try some more daring alcoholic flavours," reports Beth. Thinkpiña colada, sex on the beach, watermelon and lime mojito and lemon and mint mojito; perfect for a summer wedding!
Posted: 5 February 2022
Hampshire-based Cocoa & Whey Cakes has moved, but don't worry they haven't gone far. The bespoke wedding cake company has relocated over the border near Blandford Forum in Dorset. Appropriately the business is now based in an 18th-century cottage called Little Batch! Run by cake designer, Penelope Hurst, Cocoa & Whey produce both sweet wedding cakes as well as delicious savoury ones and favours. Penelope says, "We will continue to serve all our usual clients and venues throughout Hampshire and Wiltshire as well as expanding into Dorset.
Posted: 8 January 2022