We're Engaged!

Did you know that December is the most popular month of the year for couples to become engaged? (It really is! Nearly 20% of engagements happen in December.) If you happen to be one of the lucky ones who popped the question (or gave an enthusiastic “Yes!” as the answer) during the holidays – then it is time to start planning a wedding!

As a couple-to-be, you’re probably just beginning to get a feeling for all of the details involved in planning for such a special occasion. (Then again, you may have been planning since you were a little girl!) Just to begin with, there’s:

  • The date
  • The venue
  • The color scheme
  • The dress
  • The bridesmaids and groomsmen
  • The Maid of Honor and Best Man
  • The guest list
  • The food
  • …and the list goes on

A Fine Affair - Wedding Cake #1049

But most importantly – there’s The Cake. (At least, it is to us!) Because the cake is, of course, much more than simply ‘dessert.’ It’s a focal point and centerpiece for your celebration. Something you want your guests to “Oooh!” and “Ahhhh!” over. And there are a million and one designs you have to choose from.

Trio of Colors - Wedding Cake #1058

Just take a look through any bridal magazine, or flip through the website pages of The Knot, and you’ll see what we mean. So it’s never too early to begin planning what your wedding cake is going to look and taste like. Which means now is as good a time as any!

Wedding Cake #794

On our Pastry Palace website, we have dozens upon dozens of cake designs to choose from – beginning with simple yet elegant, to themed designs, stylishly you, fabulously ornate, amazingly stunning, and well – you get the picture.

Diamonds & Drapes - Wedding Cake #702

Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and you’re going to be spending a lot of time over the next weeks and months making sure every detail is precisely how you want it to be. Pastry Palace wants to help you design the perfect wedding cake for the most special day of your life. Sounds like we’re on the same team, doesn’t it?